On International Women's Day, the Queen of hip-hop soul shared the news that her festival would be returning for the second year! Click inside to check out the lineup!
This week (February 20), The Roots and Live Nation Urban revealed the details for this year's 'Roots Picnic' weekend. Click inside to learn more!
The current R&B and rap girls are giving us a fresh take on a nostalgic sound. These are the legends and future legends that the world will continue talking about. Take a look at this list of female artists of today who are influenced by the greats in the 90s and early 00s.
MTV’s ‘Making Black History Now’ Campaign Features Nail Artist Aja Walton’s Iconic Album Art-Inspired Designs
MTV is currently highlighting Black trailblazers and content creators throughout the month including Brooklyn-based nail artist, Aja Walton. Aja utilizes her artistic talents in the latest 'Making Black History Now' campaign to create custom nail sets inspired by some of today's biggest acts in music.
Lauryn Hill has become the first female rapper to sell ten million copies of an album with her debut, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Twenty years after its release, the album has been certified Diamond. This is a major milestone for Hill and any female rapper to dat
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.
Head inside to tune into the living legend's new anthem.
A father responds to his child's healing journey.
The North Carolina spitter gives her take on a controversial artist.
The holidays are right around the corner and it’s time to start creating your Christmas lists and checking it twice. While we are all trying to figure out what to get our loved ones for the holidays, we wanted to have a little fun and go Christmas shopping for some of our favorite celebrities. Here […]
Separating the BS from the #realtalk.
Lauryn as a fashion diva? Yes, please.