Since Brandy Says We're Getting a Moesha Reboot, Maybe We Can Finally Find Out WTF Happened to Myles
Mo to the, E to the, up in the morning, a new day is starting and Brandy Norwood is realizing her responsibility, which is to let us know (again) Moesha is being rebooted!
There are two undeniably difficult things in life: getting up to go to work on Monday morning after a four-day weekend and imagining Bad Boys without Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Matthew A. Cherry’s Hair Love Is Now Online and I’m About to Use My Tears to Moisturize My Hair, BRB
One of my fondest memories of grandma involves sitting betwixt her fair-skinned and veiny legs as she slathered Royal Crown grease over my thick follicles. She’d braid (or more accurately, plait) my soft tendrils into two or three ponytails and wrap each one into what I just learned is technically called a “hair bobble
No One Can Ever Replace John Witherspoon's Grandpa on The Boondocks, but We Wouldn't Be Mad If Jenifer Lewis Stepped In
We lost many things when we learned of John Witherspoon’s death. One of those things was the ability to see him reprise his role as Grandad in the upcoming revival of The Boondocks.
Rihanna Can Take a Bow as the First Black Woman Whose Album Spent 200 Weeks on the Billboard 200 List
Rihanna’s lucky number of the day is 200. Two hundred, as in the number of weeks her album, ANTI, has spent on the Billboard 200 list. This is a huge deal because it means Rihanna is now the first black woman with an album to last that long on the list in the chart’s history. As Billboard reports, the Billboard 200…
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson of The Roots (sidenote: for all the times The Root, the publication, gets mistaken for The Roots, the band, it would be dope if one time we, The Root, hosted a meta panel with live sounds from The Roots) will be making his directorial debut in the upcoming feature documentary titled, Black…
Back Back, Forth And Forth: Aaliyah's Full Discography Is Reportedly Coming to Streaming Services in 2020
If you can believe it, it has been 18 years since the tragic death of Aaliyah “Baby Girl” Haughton. Desperate to maintain the legacy of such a beloved singer who lost her life too soon, fans (I’m most certainly included in this number) have been clamoring for her music to be available on digital platforms.
Ava DuVernay and Netflix Formally Respond to When They See Us Lawsuit, Claim Dialogue Is Protected Under First Amendment
Netflix and When They See Us writer-director Ava DuVernay are fighting back on a lawsuit filed against them and the figurative punches are formal.