Mary. J Blige will have “real conversations” with “the hottest, most outspoken” celebs in their field over a glass of wine on her new show.
The program delves into the lives of ATL’s top influencers.
The ceremony also did well on digital platforms.
Lil Nas X continues his war of words with BET over what the young rapper/singer says is their disrespect of his art. Read more!
Watch the “Big Energy (Remix)” collaborators join forces live in LA.
Ja Rule and Irv Gotti executive produced the program.
With a multi-platinum discography, forthcoming book, new tour, and a Hollywood Walk of Fame star on-the-way, Ashanti shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Big Tigger will host a special edition of the beloved show ‘Rap City’ prior to the 2021 BET Hip Hop Awards on October 5.
Entertainment legend Russ Parr was behind the camera for the movie.
Check out the complete list of official nominees.
“I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!!! Frank da bank!”
Will the ‘GUHH:ATL’ executive producer take on a senior management role at Black Entertainment Television?
B-Real, Ty Dolla $ign, Kamala Harris, and more will provide commentary about cannabis.
The show features a “Political Cypher,” “Ladies First Cypher,” “Hot New Crew Cypher,” and “Reggae Cypher.”
Check out the artists’ virtual performances.
Roddy Ricch and Beyoncé had big nights too.
The fundraiser will benefit the United Negro College Fund and Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
Bob Johnson is one of the most respected businessmen in the world, and now he believes America should pay African Americans what they owe.
“Despite the challenges of today, we will deliver a show filled with larger than life, inspiring, empowering, and entertaining moments.”
Kelly Rowland, Terrence J, and Regina Hall will serve as hosts for the “Saving Our Selves” broadcast.