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It’s time to say goodbye to yet another one of our stars who made Black actors shine. Suzzanne Douglas, an accomplished stage and screen actress who starred in the Robert Townsend television series, “The Parent ‘Hood,” has died, her representatives confirmed. She was 64. The Chicago native had an impressive list of credits that included […]

FAME… as Debbie Allen said, “it costs,” and while many people actively seek it, others were just seemingly thrust into it overnight. But with as many “ups” as one can enjoy, there are just as many “downs,” with judgment, scrutiny and flat-out jealousy and misunderstandings. Ready to Love’s Alexis “Fly” Jones had THE most memorable […]

They say laughter is the best medicine, and if that is true, then this entire country needs a good old belly aching laugh to heal us from all we’ve been through during these times of racial tension, social and civil unrest, job and food insecurity and, of course, a global pandemic. The new Speak Easy […]

Houston’s next up, Yung Pooda, and hit-maker DJ Chose have released their new, magnetic collaboration single “Forever Tippin,” which is an appealing twist of the Salih William-produced classic, “Still Tippin’” by Mike Jones, Paul Wall and Slim Thug. Bringing a fresh dose of energy back to the iconic Hip Hop track, Pooda and DJ Chose […]

It seems like Nick Cannon is looking to break a world record or something with the amount of children and baby mommas he’s had this past year. The ‘Wild’n Out’ host is rumored to be expecting a child with ‘Wild’n Out’ model Alyssa Scott. The model shared a maternity photo with Cannon in an Instagram […]

Clarence Williams III, the legendary actor who appeared in television shows and films including The Mod Squad, Purple Rain, 52 Pick-Up, Tales from the Hood, Half Baked, and Reindeer Games, died Friday from colon cancer. He was 81. Born in New York City, Williams was the son of a professional musician, Clarence “Clay” Williams Jr., […]

Ari Lenox, the older cousin of Jaelyn “JaeRene” Chapman, has recorded a verse on a song with the singer after her untimely passing. Shortly before being killed in a crash caused by a drunk driver, JaeRene recorded “Bed of Lies,” a song about dishonesty in relationships. JaeRene’s wish was to record with her cousin, but […]

Internationally acclaimed artist and actress Mary J. Blige shared the trailer of her new documentary, My Life, on her Twitter page Tuesday. We know her as an icon who has contributed so much to music and entertainment, but in her new documentary, Mary J. Blige gives us backstage passes to the story behind My Life, […]

Houston native TJ Boyce is a “Jack of all trades” when it comes to the entertainment industry. He sings, raps, writes, produces and directs, not only music videos, but also movies. The multitalented artist’s song, “Black Woman,” is racing up the charts, being the most “added” single on Urban AC, but his latest production, “Mr. […]

Described by others as a combination of Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On” and NWA’s “Straight Outta Compton,” the “Soundtrack to the Revolution” is a gritty, in-your-face call to action to stand against every atrocity created against African Americans, including racism, social injustice and police brutality. The project was led by Smackwater, aka the “Realest [expletive] […]