Former professional boxer Mike Tyson celebrates 55 years of life today (June 30). He has gone on to create and perform in his own cartoon, explore other business ventures and continue to inspire a new generation of heavyweight champions. Yet, there is still a lot about Tyson's life that fans may not know.
Summer Walker is back in the studio crafting up some magic with R&B great Omarion.
ONE Musicfest announced its lineup today with H.E.R, Lil Wayne, The Isley Brothers and more to headline. The annual outdoor festival will return in person October 9-10 in Atlanta, Georgia this year following proper COVID-19 safety regulations.
The 21st annual BET Awards brought the hottest in music and entertainment to Los Angeles for a special night celebrating Black music. What a way to close out Black Music Month with a number of surprises, fashion moments and memorable performances.
The 5th Annual Culture Creators Innovators and Leaders Brunch celebrates the innovators and leaders in Black culture during one of Black music's biggest moments -- BET Awards weekend. We were fortunate to speak with some of the honorees like DJ D-Nice and Emmy Award-winning film producer Rikki Hughes.
Netflix's The Upshaws has been renewed for a second season. One of the streaming platform's most watched shows will return with even more episodes. The cast joined in a virtual dance to celebrate the series return.
Netflix's award-winning crime drama series returns with its upcoming fourth and final season of Ozark. The relentless Byrde family has encountered a number of enemies within the first three seasons of the show, and Billboard exclusively revealed that they may be up against their most famous "killer" yet.
BET announced that the late, great rapper DMX will be commemorated at this year's BET Awards with a special tribute.
Move over Keeping Up With The Kardashians, E! is welcoming a new family to the network. We Got Love: Teyana & Iman premiered yesterday to E! after the KUWTK reunion.
Warner Bros acquires the biopic of legendary soul singer Marvin Gaye entitled What’s Going On, which Allen Hughes will direct, and produce with Dr. Dre, Jimmy Lovine and Andrew Lazar.