The basketball festivities are simply an appetizer to some as the sneaker game takes center stage during All-Star Weekend.
The city of Philadelphia was super-hyped about the All-Star game, then the NBA lockout happened.
Known as one of the most auspicious storytellers in hip hop, Big L was a legend before his time.
Jorge Lendeborg Jr is representing his Dominican culture and people with every moment he appears on the big screen.
Black creatives are controlling the content and storylines of projects by, about and celebrating black folks, but more needs to be done ASAP.
The Wisconsin GOP’s decision makes you shake your head and laugh simultaneously.
Mayweather has consistently shown that his allegiance is to the dollar only and he does not believe in any causes but his own.
ICE held 21 Savage for over a week.
Some artists yearn for it, while others say it doesn’t move them at all, but the Grammys are the definitive trophy for mainstream musical recognition.
Grand Theft Auto served as many gamers’ entry point for Black music.
The Godfather of custom drip holds Gucci accountable for us all.
Director Antoine Fuqua teams up with LeBron James and Maverick Carter.
One of the hottest actresses in the world spoke to The Shadow League about What Men Want and much more.
Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba join forces.
“The Warriors” remains a cult phenom and a tribute to the New York that raised me.
Black Panther may just win an Oscar for Best Picture! Black comic book characters are winning! But I’m old enough to remember when that wasn’t the case. Walk with me
Mel Brooks made the Sherrif of Rock Ridge a Black Man, and how the mainstream viewed black-white buddy comedies changed forever.
“Black History is no longer a mystery, you gotta’ know where you been to know where you gotta’ be.”
“The arrest and detention of 21 Savage is an absolute travesty.”
Black America was “Taken” by Liam Neeson’s revelation.
The NFL honored the Civil Rights Movement during Super Bowl LIII, but still hasn’t addressed their recently history of blackballing Colin Kaepernick.
Georgia lawmaker comes through for 21 Savage.
The rosters include Quavo, Amanda Seales, and Terrence J, just to name a few.
While not every ad increased our heart rates, here are some that definitely made us stand up and notice.
History-making entertainers of color had a decision to make revealing two Americas.