The creative minds over at Pop Chart Lab have teamed up with Atlanta’s A3C Hip-hop Festival to create an impressive Periodic Table of Hip-hop.
Little League baseball sensation Mo’ne Davis met some of her favorite WNBA players just before the Minnesota Lynx and Phoenix Mercury faced off in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals.
This summer Cape Verdean-French model Kelly Moreira graced Romanian fashion magazine The One photographed by Oltin Dogaru.
DC Comics recently revealed a new illustrated character card for Jada Pinkett Smith as Fish Mooney, one of many villains in FOX’s forthcoming Batman origins series, ‘Gotham.’
Radiant Rwandan-Canadian model Happy Umurerwa is “Mrs Sunshine” for Filler Magazine’s Issue No. 2 photographed by Colin Gaudet.
Usher’s groovy new single “She Came To Give It To You” has received a fun and slightly spooky new video featuring Nicki Minaj, Pharrell Williams, and Hit The Floor’s Taylour Paige.
Alicia Keys stars in Givenchy‘s opulent new Dahlia Divin commercial spot as a goddess breaking out of her box.
Hosted by Dave Chappelle, Common’s ‘AAHH! Fest’ is set for September 21st in Chicago’s Union Park, with performances by Lupe Fiasco, De La Soul, MC Lyte, Jay Electronica, Lil Herb and more.
‘White Collar’ star Matt Bomer has been added to the ‘American Horror Story: Freakshow’ cast for one episode.
Two phenomenal female forces collide when Beyoncé graces the latest issue of Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book.
Jennifer Hudson’s ‘JHUD’ tracklisting features T.I., Iggy Azalea, and R. Kelly, with production by Pharrell and Timbaland.
Oprah has joined Lee Daniels’ highly-anticipated biopic on comedy legend Richard Pryor as his abusive grandmother.
Rising R&B singer-songwriter Tinashe has unveiled the official album cover and tracklisting for her upcoming debut studio album, ‘Aquarius.’
André 3000 talks about his break from music, his Jimi Hendrix role, advice from Prince, being a father, and much more in the NY Times.
Dominican model Arlenis Sosa recently shared a photo manipulation of herself as one of Disney’s most prolific villainesses, Maleficent.
Singer/actress Jennifer Hudson is making it clear that doesn’t care what the media or people think about her sexuality and speaks on her love for the LGBT community.