If you’re one the few who aren’t already on Kehlani‘s wave, you better get hip fast. As she continues to perform in front sold out crowds and celebrate the success her latest mixtape, You Should Be Here, it’s clear K is up next. Now, the Oakland-based songstress has landed another magazine cover. In the September… Read More »
For weeks, everyone has been patiently waiting for Christina Aguilera’s tribute to Whitney Houston during the 2017 American Music Awards. However, once Christina completed her performance, not everyone was impressed. In fact, quite a few people felt that the Diva’s performance left much to be desired. Hit the flip for Twitter’s reaction to her performance.
Chance The Rapper and musical guest Eminem both descended upon Saturday Night Live last night to give fans a night they won’t soon forget. The show kicked f with Chance’s hilarious monologue poking fun at Mariah Carey‘s mainstay performance at Christmas and the debut his Thanksgiving song. The Chicago native teamed up with cast favorites… Read More »
Jamaican sounds have been the template for musical experimentation the world over for decades. From The Clash incorporating dub to the West Indian-inflected vocals early dubstep to Fade to Mind’s deconstructed dancehall, Jamaica has been the muse for countless artists seeking to bend the envelope. But with Kingston-based production crew Equiknoxx, we’re hearing Jamaican musicians… Read More »
A recent report in the Sunday Times has Black Twitter outraged after making the appalling claim that Black in fact does crack. Dr. Thobeka Cele, a general practitioner based in Johannesburg who also provides aesthetic treatments, says that the most popular treatments requested by her Black clients include Botox, fillers, and cellulite treatments, as well… Read More »
It’s no question that black film is prospering and black actors are finally starting to get the respect they deserve. “Destined,” the latest must-see black film starring Cory Hardrict, La La Anthony and Hill Harper, will be hitting theaters on November 17th. Watch the full trailer here.
reactid=”117″> NBA superstar Dwyane Wade and Grammy-winning artist Chance the Rapper have teamed up to produce a documentary about high school basketball in Chicago. The documentary is called Shot in the Dark and it will feature players on the Orr Academy High School basketball team. The film chronicles the team’s success on the court and… Read More »