Bibi Bourelly sat down with us to discuss her artistry and musical influences. “My biggest musical influence is my father, John Paul Bourelly who is a phenomenal guitar player and jazz musician,” said Bourelly. The singer/songwriter believes that black music is influential all over the world. “Black people are just generally so influential globally across […]

After winning the Top Billboard 200 Album at the Billboard Music Awards last night, Adele debuted the visual for her 25 song “Send My Love (To Your New Lover).” The Patrick Daughters-directed video simply features Adele wearing a floral Dolce & Gabbana dress as visual effects double her image. Adele even shows off her two-stepping skills in […]

Grammy-nominated singer Andra Day lends her powerful vocals to ESPN’s “Rise Up: A SportsCenter Special.” The one-hour long special looks at prominent black athletes and their personal experiences with the social justice issues that have taken centerstage in the media. Taj Gibson, Misty Copeland, Ian Simon and James Blake open up about their specific journey through rising up […]

Comedian Cocoa Brown is happy to be a working actress, but being a cast member of “The People v. O.J. Simpson” comes with the downside of being asked the same question endlessly!

Watch singer Kathy Sledge of Sister Sledge talk about how she’s musically connected to past and present generations.

Interactive One’s Shawn Smith explains how he is making Black history.

Kounty Line is showing love to the thick ladies in his song “Big Thang 4 Big Girls.” Check out this video to see why some people are saying this line dance song for the big girls is going to be the next sensation!  

Juicy J‘s new album “Stay Trippy” has been highly anticipated thanks to the success of “Bandz A Make Her Dance,” and the long wait is finally over. “Stay Trippy” is now available in stores and online, and Juicy J shares 5 good reasons why you should purchase a copy ASAP. Get Breaking News You Want […]