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Oscar Winner Ruth E. Carter Produces Biopic “African/American” Starring Rap Star Vic Mensa

Fresh off her new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, “Coming 2 America” and the sequel to her Oscar-earning “Black Panther,” legendary Costume...

SL Black Music Month: The Crooklyn Dodgers


Im from Uptown. Harlem and the Bronx to be specific. For those not from the Big Apple, the significance is vital because perpetration was never my forte.

Back in the '90s, there was a very real tension between Kings County and the left upper

Harlem Globetrotters Demand To Be Recognized For Pioneering NBA By Becoming Franchise

The Harlem Globetrotters say it’s high time for the NBA to make them part of the highest professional basketball league as a franchise. In an...

Celtics Hire Ime Udoka As New Head Coach | He’s Got Pedigree, Nia Long...

  The Boston Celtics have their guy and his name is Ime Udoka, who’s spent the last two seasons as an assistant with the Philadelphia...

Gervonta Davis Looking To Slowly Become One Of The Best In His Generation

Gervonta Davis is on a quiet mission. While his peers in boxing use their platforms to become more famous for social media prowess and the...

Remember When LeBron Annointed Ben Simmons “Young King”? | How The Mighty Have Fallen

The Philadelphia 76ers, who were heavy betting favorites to win their Game 7 Eastern Conference Semis matchup at home versus the Atlanta Hawks, succumbed...

Jemele Hill Continues To Build Her Sports, Media and Culture Conglomerate

Jemele Hill has expanded her exclusive Spotify podcast pact to form her own podcast network: The Unbothered Network, which aims to elevate the voices...

SL Black Music Month Flow: Boot Camp Clik


In 1992, the Hip Hop paradigm had shifted to a West Coast perspective. Spice 1 and MC Ren had released their debut albums, and DJ Quik dropped his second titled "Way 2 Fonky" that was certified gold within three months.

Then the left coastal

Simone Manuel Just Wants To Be An Olympic Swimmer, But She’ll Always Be Black...

We knew six years ago, before the Rio Olympics, that Simone Manuel was built different. Her destiny and duty as a Black swimmer transcended the...

“Hitman” Charlo Slowly Improves But Wants To Unify

Despite not getting the highlight reel knockout many initially believed would occur, WBC middleweight champion Jermall “Hitman” Charlo did what he needed to do...

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