Looks like Azealia Banks is on the move to bigger and better things in music and entertainment.  At her concert tonight in Maryland, Banks announced she will be dropping her mixtape, “Coco,” on December 1st, 2017. Not only will fans get new music, but also a new film. “Love Beats Rhymes” […]

Azealia Banks Announces New Mixtape, “Coco,” and New Film, “Love ...

2016 had us taking a seat at the table, while drinking lemonade. #BlackGirlMagic & #CareFreeBlackBoy  became extremely popular hashtags in 2016, it’s the year where some real music came back, not just in their respective genres, but music for the culture, for the movement. “Now Michelle Alexander wrote the new constitution/ Beyoncé made […]

2016: The Year Of Blackness In Music

Serena Williams sat down with Common for ESPN’s show “The Undefeated In-Depth,” which features meaningful conversations with African-American sports figures who are accomplished in their sport or profession. The duo have often been vocal about speaking to each other, and out to the public on their achievements and how it feels to […]

Serena Williams On Her Blackness, Self-Love, Body Image, Racism, And ...

“Trayvon will never get to be an older man/ Black children, they childhood stole from them/ Robbed of our names and our language, Stole again” “Black America Again” is Chicago native Common’s 11th studio album, and during a time where racial injustices are prevalent; it will go down as a staple […]

Why Common’s “Black America Again” Is More Than An Album