Y’all got the A/C blasting? Because Megan Thee Stallion’s first music video from her debut album, Fever, is here.
When They See Us: You Will Not Only See the Central Park Five; You'll Hear, Feel, and Want to Fight for Them
Central Park Five. It’s a name that has been bestowed upon Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana, Jr., and Korey Wise. Five men—then teenagers—who tragically embodied the turn of phrase, “wrong place at the wrong time,” were essentially immortalized into infamy as soon as they were dubbed as…
Jason Mitchell Dropped By Agent and Manager, Removed from The Chi and Desperados Over Misconduct Allegations
Jason Mitchell, an actor who was once considered to be a rising star given his critically acclaimed performances in Straight Outta Compton and Mudbound, appears to be in some serious trouble.
Seven years after Whitney Houston’s untimely death at the age of 48, her estate has struck a deal to create a number of money-making opportunities, including a hologram tour and a new album of previously unreleased material.
From Hitsville to the Rubberband Man!
Oh look, it’s a song of ice, fire and a lukewarm bottle of water.
Timbaland and Jay-Z might have to shell out millions of dollars to soul singer Ernie Hines, who alleges the music moguls stole samples of his work.
2019 Peabody Awards: Pose and Random Acts of Flyness Among Honorees, FX to Debut Documentary TV Special on Winners
The 78th Annual Peabody Awards ceremony kicked off on Saturday, May 18 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, and the category was...representation matters!
Ever secretly wished you could witness Romeo spit a hot 16 for Juliet over a DJ Mustard beat?
Lamar Odom Reveals He Passed a Drug Test for 2004 Olympics With the Help of a ‘Giant, Rubber, Black Cock’
Lamar Odom apparently needs to sell some books. Fresh off the TMI news that the embattled baller’s memoir reveals he’s bedded over 2,000 women, reports now say the book also details the um, lengths, he went through to pass his drug tests in 2004.
On May 18, DJ Khaled made his first appearance as a musical guest on Saturday Night Live, paying homage to Nipsey Hussle with some of his close friends and collaborators.
Earlier this week, news broke that serial sleep avoider Steve Harvey had not one, but two gigs stripped from his weekly schedule: his eponymous talk show was set for cancellation, and his hosting gig for NBC’s Little Big Shots would go to another personality, thought to be “American Idol” winner Kelly Clarkson.
Watch: Lil Nas X Drops ‘Old Town Road’ Video Featuring Chris Rock, Vince Staples, Rico Nasty and More
Ye, though he walks through the valley of the shadow of Kris Jenner …
First things first: Fuck Cancer.
DJ Khaled’s latest star-studded scream-fest, Father of Asahd, has arrived, and with it comes the video for the lead single, “Higher.”
Megan Thee Stallion. Megan Thee Star.
Watch: 'It's Been Beneficial to Me, Too'—Adrienne Banfield Norris Opens Up About Porn to Jada and Willow
Take a seat at the red table! And make yourself comfortable. Hell, I did.
The blackest night in entertainment is returning for another round this summer! You hear that? It’s the sound of Bardi Gang rolling their tongues to scream a rousing, “Okurrt!”