Kendrick Lamar has a word about investments in a new sketch performance posted on pgLang for Cash App. Check it out inside.

The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder returned to Disney+. We had the opportunity to speak with the multifaceted actress, director and entrepreneur Raquel Lee Bolleau, who voices the Gross Sisters on the iconic animated series. Read about her role, starting a successful haircare line in the pandemic and more inside.

Black owned creative marketing agency, Six Degrees, has worked with some of the biggest names in entertainment like Doja Cat and Lil Baby while partnering with massive global brands like Amazon and Footlocker. We celebrate the agency's founders for our special Black History Month spotlight with an interview inside.

What can't she do? Megan Thee Stallion is taking over the restaurant business as the newest Popeyes franchise owner and business partner. The Houston rapper celebrated the launch of her new business by debuting a special hottie sauce now featured at the fast food chicken restaurant. Watch her mukbang.

Atlanta based eco-friendly company Goodr Co. and rapper Gunna partner to place a free clothing and grocery store in local Atlanta middle school. The newly-opened Goodr Grocery Store & Drip Closet is working to provide resources to underserved and underprivileged communities.

@MoijeyDiamonds has Instagram going nuts over their beautiful designs and ethical approach.

She went from 'Shark Tank' reject to the CEO of a nearly half a million dollar company.

“Your business is only as strong as your team.” That quote is just as true now for Khat Rabbani and Ashley Williams as it was in 2011, when the two longtime friends decided to open up their very own business, which they named Hair Are Us. An extension brand that caters to celebrities and the everyday woman […]

Meet Justine Skye. The 20-year-old singer/songwriter is a role model for young Black women, a creative, and a hustler.

Meet Nez & Rio. As a production duo from Chicago, these two self-made musicians influence culture by crafting what they term "the slam"

Draya is still killing shit quietly. Arguably the fleekiest reality-TV-star-turned-businesswoman in the game, the 30-year-old Mint Swim designer is steadily increasing her influence on today’s fashion industry with hard work, dedication, and a great bikini body. Most recently modeling her end of the year releases at her home in the Valley, Draya proves her curves […]