This week Alicia Keys premiered a socially-conscious new piano-ballad titled “We Are Here” with an accompanying music video.
Models Philomena Kwao and Iman McDonnaugh appear in Eloquii’s Pre-Fall 2014 lookbook wearing the plus-size retailer’s vibrant “Green Envy” collection.
After bringing some Latin flavor to Pharrell’s “Happy” music video, L.A.-based singer/dancer NATALITA premiered a sizzling official music video for her first single titled, “In A Skirt While You Werk.”
adidas Originals and British pop star Rita Ora have revealed the latest from their on-going women’s streetwear collaboration, the “Pastel” pack for Fall/Winter 2014/2015.
Tonight’s episode of ‘Hell On Wheels’ may reveal whether Elam, played by Common, survived being mauled by a bear. Tune in at 9/8c.
Chris Brown speaks on the lessons he’s learned from his troubles, how he plans to stay out of trouble, his thoughts on Rihanna, being a role model and much more in Billboard Magazine.
Naomi Campbell is doing entirely too much slaying in Interview Magazine’s September 2014 issue, which she also covers.
Jazmine Sullivan pours out raw emotions in a vocally powerful second single, “Forever Don’t Last.”
Puerto Rican supermodel Joan Smalls has revealed that she has an Estée Lauder lipstick collection in the works and also appears in Estée Edit.
Ava DuVernay’s award-winning drama film ‘Middle of Nowhere’ will re-air on BET tonight at 9:30/8:30c.
Before summer officially ends, we’ll see new album releases from BANKS, Lecrae, Gladys Knight, Jhené Aiko, The Madden Brothers, Chris Brown, Tim McGraw, Train, and Nico & Vinz.
ABC’s black-ish co-creator responds to criticism of his new show starring Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross and Laurence Fishburne,
Before ‘Dear White People’ hits theaters on October 17th, it will screen at this year’s Chicago International Film Festival (October 9-23, 2014).
On September 20th, TDE songstress SZA will headline Foxtail Fest at Philly’s District N9NE, joined by A$AP Nast, A$AP Ant, DJ Diamond Kuts, and more.
In honor of The Rocky Horror Picture Show’s 40th anniversary, MAC Cosmetics will be launching a special collection on October 2nd.
People have been circulating a mislabeled photo that claims to be Esther Jones, whose singing style inspired the popular animated character Betty Boop. Despite the connection, this doesn’t make Betty Boop black.