The “Wipe Me Down” rhymer wants to be an advocate for change.
Vice President Kamala Harris thanked Quavo for his “call for action to prevent gun violence,” following his visit to Washington.
TV host tries to bash Vice President for having rappers at her home.
The “Shawty” rapper backs up the VP.
MSNBC’s resident Hip-Hop connoisseur, Ari Melber, was quick to make the connection on the latest episode of “The Beat.”
Vice President Kamala Harris Commemorates 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop in Grand Style With Jeezy, Common, Slick Rick, MC Lyte, Lil Wayne And More!
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer had issues with Democrats three years ago.
The Grammy-winning rapper was invited to the home of Vice President Kamala Harris for a Glamour celebration of Women’s History Month.
E-40, Mistah F.A.B. and Too $hort joined The Golden State Warriors, President Biden and Vice-Pres. Kamala Harris at the White House. Check out our exclusive look inside.
A clip from the show featuring VP Kamala Harris went viral last year.
Kamala Harris made history yesterday when she became the first female to become President of the United States – for 85 minutes!
Vice President Kamala Harris wishes the two hosts, Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro, well and points to the benefits of vaccination.
George Floyd’s family wants the police reform act named after their late relative to pass Congress.
The VP had a very scary encounter out in front of her house today when a man was busted with guns and ammunition.
The Hip Hop icon joins Hit-Boy and Ryan Coogler to talk about the ‘Judas And The Black Messiah’ soundtrack.
From Killer Mike to T.I. To Jeezy, Hip-Hop hit hard. Laurence Wilson talks to Julia Beverly about how The Senate got flipped!
The rapper, who claimed he was initially snubbed by the Biden Administration, will get his chance to talk to the new POTUS afterall.
Many Black voters want the incoming administration to support policies that benefit the communities that helped get them elected.
The incoming President of the United States hopes to unify the country. And the administration’s new playlist sonically unveils the vision for the nation.
Local and federal officials are warning about possible pro-Trump violence in the District and around the country.