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Described by Comedy Central as "a socially aware stand-up and music series," the primary mission of "The New Negroes" is to showcase a collection of new and established comedians and musicians. It's the brainchild of actor/comic Baron Vaughn and rapper Open Mike Eagle, who took inspiration for the series and title from the Harlem Renaissance, a time when black people shared their lives and affirmed their various identities to dismantle outdated assumptions and beliefs. Each episode includes stand-up performances from three different comedians and ends with an original music video featuring Eagle and a guest recording artist, with some guest-actor appearances.

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Baron and Mike talk about survival go-bags; Josh Johnson confesses to accidentally knocking down an old man; Percy Miracles and Mike write a song about how to get into heaven.
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Featured comics are Richard Douglas Jones, Sam Jay, Ian Edwards and guest Moshe Kasher, with music by Sammus.
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Dulcé Sloan imagines life as a trophy wife; George Wallace rails against the silly things Angelenos do; Method Man and Mike team up for a song about eating luxury items.
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Naomi Ekperigin confesses that true crime shows give her some much-needed perspective; Alonzo Bodden shares what is on his FarmersOnly dating profile.
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Sasheer Zamata talks about the first time she went camping; Lizzo and Mike drop a music video about a guy who's extra into consent.
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Baron and Mike explore the meaning of "woke"; Candice Thompson discusses the benefits of looking racially ambiguous; Tone Bell pays tribute to the glory of Klondike bars.
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Donnell Rawlings admits to abusing the race card; Lil Rel Howery breaks down the social dynamics of eating food on a bus trip; MF Doom and Mike rap about policing oneself.
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A showcase of new and established comedians and musicians; comics Chris Redd, Shalewa Sharpe, Langston Kerman and Hannibal Buress; music from Danny Brown.

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