We at Mvslim love to hear what our followers have been loving in 2020!
Podcasts are a huge part of the Muslim entertainment space and there are hundreds of podcasts out that that are listened to on a regular basis.
To end the year, we thought it would be awesome if the Mvslim Family picked their top 6 podcasts of 2020. We launched a vote across our social media asking you all, who you listen to on your commutes, when you’re cooking and cleaning, and basically which Muslim podcast you believe deserves to be platformed this year.
You voted and now we are platforming. Here are the Top 6 Podcasts of 2020 as chosen by you!
The IlmFeed Podcast is an Islamic podcast that features inspirational discussions with inspirational Muslims from around the world. This podcast is hosted by Shabbir Hassan and Ustadha Fatima Barkatulla and has featured guests such as Shaykh Yasir Qahdi and Shaykh Saad Tasleem.
The Young and Muslim Podcast is a platform run by Jibreel Salam and Mohamed Hassan will give you the real on the Young Muslim American experience. These two best friends give their take and personal experiences in a hilarious fashion that is rarely seen on the topic of Islam. The Young N Muslim Podcast has had guests such as Mustafa Briggs, Youssef Kromah, and Ramy Youssef.
The Black Muslim Girl Podcast is a fun and honest podcast bringing you all the big and small talk from the perspective of a Black Muslim Woman with love and laughter but most importantly wisdom. This podcast is hosted by Khadeejah B, Aisha Rimi, and Amina and they cover topics such as relationships, family, deen, and work-life.
The Amaliah Podcast is an award-winning podcast created by Selina and Nafisa Bakkar, here to amplify the voices of Muslim women. Home of the Two Sense and Two Sense *Specials*, Small Talk, Lights On!, Nights In, Amaliah Anthology + Amaliah Live! Series’. They have platformed the likes of Suhaiymah Manzoor Khan, The Village Auntie, and Azeezat Johnson.
Freshly Grounded is a weekly podcast hosted by Faisal Choudhry that discusses current events, trends, and culture. It’s dedicated to empowering Muslim men and women around the world through conversation and promoting excellence. They have featured guests such as Sonny Bill Williams and Ashley Belal Chin.
The Qalam Institutes Podcast has a wealth of high-quality material that can be accessed by anyone anywhere. Qalam’s podcast library includes khutbahs and lecture series by Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda and Br AbdelRahman Murphy.
Make sure to follow the podcasts and listen to their content!