Rap star/actress Queen Latifah was publicly vaccinated to encourage the public and protect her business!
Queen Latifah’s revamped The Equalizer” series has been picked up for a second season.
COVID has put Queen Latifah’s new show on ice!
Queen Latifah’s going to be tackling crime in CBS’ reboot of the classic series “The Equalizer.”
LeBron James is executive producing a new movie starring Adam Sandler and rap star/actress Queen Latifah!
The short-form streamer is examining Black women’s impact on American culture.
(AllHipHop News) Queen Latifah is set to commemorate the 57th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington with a new Facebook Watch special. An estimated 250,000 people marched to advocate for the civil and economic rights of African-Americans, culminating in Martin Luther King Jr.s iconic “I Have a Dream” speech on August 28th, […]
Ayana Stafford-Morris and Siree Morris are bringing a unique drive in movie theater to Newark, NJ with help from Queen Latifah and MBJ.
The controversial movie “Gone With The Wind” is considered a masterpiece in American cinema, but the movie’s racist portrayal of black people has become the subject of debate all over again.
Some activists are trying to promote intersectionality among the demonstrators calling for justice for all African-Americans.
Mary J. Blige opened up about her parents love for The Clark Sisters and the influence the gospel group played on her career.
Go back to the 1990s for the murder mystery “movie in chapters.”
Common paid his respect to Queen Latifah by writing her a poem on her 50th birthday.
The actress/director/producer sits down with Tamron Hall.
Hip Hop royalty will take an in-depth look at the women’s empowerment themed single from the 1980s.
Queen Latifah is not only starring “The Equalizer but” she’s also executive producing the series.
Queen Latifah gave some words of encouragement when she accepted the W.E.B. Du Bois medal.
Queen Latifah will join the likes of Nas and LL Cool J when she receives her W.E.B. Du Bois Medal at Harvard.
Rapper/actress Queen Latifah speaks on her Hip Hop successor’s future.