Iconic thespian and dream-narrator-of-my-life-story James Earl Jones is a universal treasure.
The Recording Academy has announced its first round of performers to hit the stage on music’s biggest night.
Cardi B makes multifaceted moves.
Drake may be taking his hotline bling to the gambling capital of the country —Las Vegas.
Hi, I’m Tonja and I grew up stanning Aaliyah so damn hard, I wanted to be her.
R. Kelly’s (self-inflicted) issues are compounding. Next up? Arrears.
So, I was lollygagging on Twitter (half my job, half bullshitting) minding my timeline’s business when I saw “Soulja Boy” in the trending column. One of the possibilities was his reported beef with Nintendo.
Along with giving voices to many survivors, Surviving R. Kelly also pointed the mirror toward society and how it (and we) upheld a culture that allowed the enabling of a toxic man.
Rihanna is poppin’. With Fenty Beauty and Savage x Fenty thriving, as well as the high anticipation for new music, everyone wants a piece of Ms. Robyn Fenty. However, one such person is allegedly doing so through illegal means. And it’s her own father.
Watch out—there’s a storm afoot. Of Alexandra Shipp’s own making.
Hey, Oscars. The Grammys has a host.
R. Kelly believed “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number” when he wrote it, but video proof of that fact is a thing.
Black-ish certainly has a way of evoking conversation on social media—its Season Four-opening “Juneteenth” episode is the best and most recent example of that phenomenon. After a recent conversation with its showrunners, I have a feeling this Tuesday night’s episode will do the same.
How many ways are there to honor the legendary Quincy Jones? How about “One Hundred Ways”... and more! The African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) have found one of those ways, and will be bestowing its 2019 Special Achievement honor onto the music icon.
In case you didn’t know, Coming to America is ... coming back. In fact, they’re going full cheesy and titling it Coming 2 America.
Iyanla Vanzant can apparently fix just about anything through the power of her comforting bosom, but not Robert Kelly.
Members of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) and Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) all congregated in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday night, while us peons watched on the CW for the 24th Annual Critics Choice Awards.
Looks like someone by the self-given name of the Pied Piper is stepping in the name of investigation.
There’s no sugar-coated way to say it—Green Book is in deep shit.
As long rumored, the late Queen of Soul is finally getting her just due respect via the silver screen.