Happy Birthday, Pam Grier! Here's a collection of photos of the woman who became cinema's first female action star.
What a momentous occasion it is to celebrate 51 years of the multi-talented artist, actress and philanthropist Mary J. Blige with an ode to her fabulous boots and classic bops over the years.
There is a lot to celebrate as Nelly turned 46 years old yesterday Nov. 2. The St. Louis rapper has given us undeniable hits across genres that have climbed the Hip Hop, R&B and Country charts. Let us take a look at some of his most successful moments through the years to celebrate another year of Nelly.
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.
Tracee Ellis Ross makes her teenage dreams come true as the new face of Tiffany & Co.'s T1 collection.
Fans are catching up on Netflix's Part 2 of Selena: The Series. There is one scene in particular that has social media buzzing. Beyoncé met Selena in the mall, and the show was sure to include this special moment.
Sade's voice is both soothing and inviting. Her vocals create a real life sound bath, which harmoniously heals and calms any listener. Have you ever met someone who did not enjoy the relaxing sounds of Sade? We crafted a list of 16 sultry Sade tracks that are perfect for winter to celebrate a queen on her birthday.
Everyone loves a good ol’ comeback, but the resurgence of the entity that is Janet Jackson is way more than that. Miss Jackson (if you’re nasty) recently announced that she’s set to kick off her Black Diamond World Tour in arenas across North America this summer, and fans couldn’t be more excited! According to CNN, the […]
Before we were googling over Gaga, ranting about Rihanna and noticing Nicki Minaj, there was Mrs. Milkshake herself: Kelis. The top R&B tracks of the year 1999 were “No Scrubs” by TLC and “Bills, Bills, Bills” by Destiny’s Child — and although both songs were pretty frank (and let men know that we may want ’em, […]