Rapper Tekashi69 was released from federal prison on Thursday because his asthma puts him at heightened risk for developing severe symptoms to COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.
I'm Not Crying, You're Crying: Frank Ocean Returns With Two New Singles Guaranteed to Put You in Your Feelings
There are two things I can never get enough of: crab legs and new Frank Ocean music. And while I always make it a point to partake in my favorite crustacean, the gracious soul who blessed us all with Channel Orange has been shortchanging our eardrums for a while now.
Movies that are “so bad, they’re good” are one of life’s unsung treasures. And like anything, adding blackness to that principle is like adding proper seasoning—our series reviewing/recapping bad black movies, Negro Noir. As our queen-in-chief Danielle Belton pointed out, it’s so black, the title of the series is…
With a global pandemic keeping us trapped in our homes for the foreseeable future, Instagram Live has become the premier destination for music aficionados to get their much-needed fix. And outside of DJ D-Nice’s legendary #ClubQuarantine parties, super producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland have spearheaded the effort to…
With everything from polygamy to forced boob jobs and black-and-white-music videos, it’s no surprise that the internet can’t get enough of Netflix’s newest series, Tiger King. One of the show’s newest viewers is O.J. Simpson, who took to his Twitter page to discuss the surprise plot twist of one of the show’s stars.
As if you didn’t know, art has been in Kanye West’s life for as long as he’s been able to talk about it. The rapper/producer/overall creative was enrolled at Chicago’s Hyde Park Art Academy at the age of 4, and of course, dropped out of Chi-Town’s American Academy of Art, where he was studying to receive his B.F.A.
It may be April Fools’ Day—even though we’ve all collectively decided that ain’t shit funny in terms of pranks during this unprecedented time—but Netflix certainly isn’t joking about this month’s new lineup!
T.C. Carlson Reveals He Was Fired From Living Single, Says He Served as Spokesperson When Cast Felt Disrespected
This year will mark 27 years since the first episode of Living Single aired in August 1993. The popular comedy series starring Queen Latifah, Kim Fields, Erika Alexander and Kim Coles has ranked among the most revered television shows universally embraced by the black community.
During the confusing times we’re currently living in, we’re being advised to stay home. However, many companies around the country have been deemed “essential business,” forcing their workers to risk their health and safety by going to work in order to help others. Medical workers, especially those employed in…
Joseph Maldonado-Passage, popularly known as “Joe Exotic,” has been linked to another famous animal enthusiast that is not Carole “cool cats and kittens” Baskin.
Actor Samuel L. Jackson is just as fed up with being indoors day in and day out as the rest of us. He recently stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! (well, from his home) to remind us of the importance of staying safe amidst the COVID-19 brouhaha in a way only Sam L. can.
The Marathon Continues: Family, Friends and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Nipsey Hussle on the Anniversary of His Death
The one-year anniversary of Nipsey Hussle’s untimely passing has arrived today, and the music world is celebrating the life and legacy of the rapper, father and community leader.