Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy against hate continues today with Dr. Clarence Jones. Check out a new commercial against hate.
Kelly Rowland stars in the new movie Mea Harper, where she is a criminal defense attorney fighting for an eccentric artist accused of murder.
Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur ponders Drake as “pop” and offers a different view on the Canadian hit maker than Mos Def aka Yasiin Bey.
From Deadpool to Magical Negroes, 2024 is looking pretty good for the movies. Peep a preview of some upcoming flicks.
Prepare for a monumental battle to defend the village Veldt in Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver. Check out the trailer here.
Jason Momoa leads the cast of “Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom,” but the results are completely underwater.
The Kitchen tells a powerful story of resilience, connection and hope. Kano and Daniel Kaluuya lead the charge in this poignant story set in a dystopian London.
KRS-One caused a firestorm of controversy and also conversation about how Hip-Hop as a culture should respond to late corporate “love.”
Award-winning actor Aunjanue Ellis and Ava DuVernay join forces for “Origin,” a deep movie that explores the connectivity around race.
“The Book of Clarence” looks like another hit movie from the visionary director Jeymes Samuel. Even Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter is involved in this potential classic that stars LaKeith Stanfield.
Rest In Peace To Tim “Styles” Sanchez! The West Coast journalist had an amazing legacy of giving back. Chuck “Jigsaw” discusses his contributions to the culture.
Is Usher on the Mt. Rushmore of R&B? The Super Bowl could be the moment that silences the doubters.
Erasure is real. Sgt. Jason Thomas is a hero that saved lives on 9/11/2001, but Hollywood tried to whitewash him.
Florida claims that Black folks benefitted from slavery and now have that mandated in schools, all the while rolling back other critiques on America racism.
Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur discusses why the BET Awards were dope and why it is an indication of how complex Hip-Hop’s many generations have become.
Beyond Juneteenth. What are we doing to truly become from – from the streets to the entertainment to the money. Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur discusses.
It’s Black Music Month, the month many take upon themselves to delve deeper into the founders of the music itself, inspiration for their creation and contemporaneous reality of record label politics. It’s within this paradigm we find swing, jazz, gospel, blues, R&B, country music, Hip-Hop, Rock & Roll, house music, techno and all manner of […]
The Memorial Day holiday has unique origins with African American soldiers. Get familiar with Decoration Day and how it plays into the modern movement of erasure.
Lashawn Thompson lived in a “torture chamber” for a short period of time, until he died on the state of Georgia’s watch. Another Sign The World Is Coming To An End.
It looks like Snowfall is going to spin off into a series that travels through the era of gangsta rap. And, by the way, what will become of Franklin Saint?