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Diddy Love returns with his latest single "Gotta Move On" featuring Bryson Tiller. Watch the music video starring Serayah and Tiffany Haddish inside.

Check out this throwback Black Music Month moment from 1998’s Freaknik in Atlanta featuring Chaka Zulu and Goodie Mob inside.

Take the time to learn about the history of house music through a collection of songs released by Black artists throughout the years inside.

Amazon Music debuted the trailer for their new original feature-length documentary, For Love & Country, that proclaims country music has always been Black music. Watch the trailer for the upcoming documentary inside.

Dave Grohl of Nirvana sat down with Pharrell to have a conversation in the studio that will surprise you, or maybe not. Grohl revealed that he is the most basic drummer ever and many of the early Nirvana records we know and love today were inspired by old disco records from The Gap Band, Cameo and Tony Thompson. 

People have traveled near and far to see their favorite entertainers' names embedded in terrazzo and brass stars on the sidewalks along 15 historic blocks in Hollywood. The city of Atlanta welcomed its latest attraction honoring influential Black entertainers with the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame.

Spotify and Bose kick off Black Music Month with an exclusive music and talk show featuring Black icons and the way music has shaped their lives entitled A Life In Tracks.

Facebook Watch debuts Black History Month special, "Forward: The Future of Black Music" with actress and activist Yara Shahidi and rapper Neelam. In the episode, the two discuss why Neelam inspires Yara, Black feminism, the importance of lyricism and their impact on the culture. 

iOne Digital Senior Content Director Janeé Bolden will moderate the conversation.

The recent #ClubQuaranine Instagram Live have been so impactful to the culture. 

Artists are often criticized for being outspoken about their disappointment when it comes to losing awards, or not being acknowledged for all the hard work they put it. But let’s be honest, even folks with regular 9 to 5 jobs deserve to be respected and to feel appreciated for their work. After Sunday night’s Soul […]