First things first: Fuck Cancer.
My blood pressure still has not returned to normal after episode three of Game of Thrones. The Battle of Winterfell popped off and shit did not go as any of us expected. I turned on my friend’s television in preparation to say goodbye to all of my favorite characters because I knew the Night King was going to swoop in…
In a 90’s kind of world, we were glad to have our girls. That notion still rings true with a new program that includes the Queen, also known as Latifah. Latifah, Tribeca Studios and Marc Pritchard, Procter and Gamble’s chief brand officer, have partnered to bring the dreams of black women to reality.
Not only is the writing on the walls, but it’s also on a new script of a stage production detailing the evolution of Destiny’s Child.
Nigel Shelby was a 15-year-old high school freshman in Alabama who, according to reports on Facebook, committed suicide because of homophobic bullying.
Howard University’s yard isn’t a dog park, but the historic black university in Washington, D.C., has been reduced to as much by colonizing residents who have made it their home (and Lassie’s).
Updated: 4/19/19 at 3:42 p.m., ET: There is some discrepancy regarding who was paid what when it comes to Beyoncé and Ariana Grande performing at Coachella. The Blast reported that according to their sources each artist was paid the same amount for two weekends worth of shows—$4 million per show, which still bears…
Beyoncé and Michelle Obama have been out in these streets hailing each other’s praises and it’s honestly the kind of content that makes paying my internet/phone bill worthwhile.
Beyoncé knows that 2019 has been a shit show, so not only did she bless us with a Beychella documentary on Netflix, she’s also re-releasing the audio from her album Lemonade. A benevolent queen.
Beyoncé. First of her name. King of Music. Snatcher of edges. Creator of Stamina. The untouched.
It’s hard not to root for Megan Thee Stallion, a bawse ass bitch whose efforts and lyricism has placed her in the minds of many a person with taste. As quipped by Essence, Megan Thee Stallion isn’t a one trick pony. Her lyrical stylings have landed her on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart with her single “Big Ole…
Winter is finally here, but it has neglected to bring HBO’s Insecure with it, because the show will not be returning to the network until 2020.
When Jesus says yes, nobody in their right mind can say no. So when a 33-year-old luxurious, well-moisturized bearded Christ spoke, Yvonne Orji and Luvvie Ajayi had no choice but to listen; and thus the Jesus and Jollof podcast was born.
God speaks to you in many ways. Sometimes it’s through a burning bush, and other times it’s through 14-year-old Marsai Martin.
The category is: BOOKED AND BUSY! The second season of FX’s groundbreaking television program Pose is scheduled to return to our screens on Sunday, June 9, and it’ll be bringing you new looks and a new attitude.
This past weekend, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade did what parents around the world should all do: They supported their child.
It is the day that the Lord has made, so let us rejoice and re-up on those Netflix subscriptions because the streaming giant has given us a name and a release date for Beyoncé’s upcoming documentary.
It is a biblical fact that Taraji P. Henson has never been the one, and so it is fitting for her to play activist and disruptor Ann Atwater in the new film The Best of Enemies.
On the 3rd day of the fourth month, in the Lord’s year of 2019, a photo of Beyoncé and her husband’s children was revealed on social media.
Beyoncé, the King of Music, and her husband Jay-Z blessed the rainbow coalition with their presence at Thursday night’s 30th annual GLAAD Awards.