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Houston-based restaurateur Marcus Davis and Chef Keisha Griggs are putting Black chefs and food purveyors in the spotlight with an all-star lineup serving  jaw-dropping, fork-to-plate clinking dishes for Kulture: A Black Chef Table dinner experience. Kicking off in November, the limited series will take place at Kulture’s downtown Houston location, and will include meat, produce and vegetables sourced from […]

Actor, comedian and entertainer Lil’ Duval has released his new shockingly funny video “Call My Ex.” Expounding on a joke featured in Duval’s first music and comedy special, “Living My Best Life,” the video is a telling and rather catchy spin on “wanting that old thing back” and the lengths to get it. Directed by […]

Texas Southern University’s award-winning, 50-year-old community radio station, KTSU 90.9 FM, has earned another honor, this time from the Greater Houston Black Chamber (GHBC) via its 27th annual African American Business Achievement Pinnacle Awards. The Pinnacle Awards celebrate African American businesses that are “seizing the moment and building back better for our community.” KTSU is one […]

Houston Rockets mascot Clutch the Bear and the Clutch City Dancers joined Mayor Sylvester Turner at City Hall today to officially declare October 22 as “Houston Rockets Day” in the City of Houston. The mayor encouraged basketball fans to “Paint the Town Red” and display their team spirit by wearing Rockets’ red signature gear on […]

Rising Latin R&B singer ZTILO is thrilled to announce that his debut EP, ‘No Hard Feelingz’, will see an independent release via streaming/digital platforms on November 12th! The debut record will serve as a celebration of the Bay Area native’s self-described “boy band trap” offerings in 2021, featuring recent singles like “Peligrosa,” “Manera,” and “I […]

Rising sensation “The Shindellas” (Kasi, Stacy, and Tam) is back with a brand new cinematographic visual for their new single “Feeling The Pain.” The new Tyler Oates-directed video finds the ladies tapping into retro sounds of R&B influences ladened with visuals from the 70s that bring to the forefront what they call ‘New American Soul.’ […]

Kicking off this Fall, singer-songwriter, actor/director, model, dancer/choreographer and auteur Teyana Taylor is going on her final tour. The multi-hyphenate artist announced “The Last Rose Petal Farewell Tour,” which runs from Nov. 5 – Nov. 30 with stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, New York City, Silver Spring, Maryland; Philadelphia, […]

ViiV Healthcare, the only pharmaceutical company solely focused on HIV, in partnership with creative and entertainment studio Harley & Co., announces the third season of its highly anticipated, award-winning podcast series Being Seen. This season will center the stories of Black women and femmes, reflecting the urgent need to prioritize mainstream media and entertainment narratives […]

By: Nevaeh Richardson Cancel culture claims to be this indiscriminate force bringing accountability to the rich and powerful. But it’s no secret that certain groups manage to evade the watchful eye of cancel culture, and those groups are more often than not white. This is not to say that wrong-doers of Black heritage should be […]

Early this summer, DJ XO announced his “Big Dreams” interactive promotional tour which has been making stops in his hometown of Houston, Oklahoma City, Austin, and Dallas, and Atlanta. With the release of the platinum DJ’s new project “Big Dreams” on the horizon, today he releases the project’s first single/Banger “Hood Hop” which features Georgia Native, Foogiano. The intro to the […]