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Tamar Braxton Confirms She Is Quitting Music

Tamar Braxton, who will be performing on the 2018 Fantastic Voyage, has been in the media lately over news that she won’t be making music anymore. So we wanted to know if it was true. “I just have to kind of step away from it for you know a moment

2017 BMI R&B Hip-Hop Awards

Another Awesome BMI R&B Hip-Hop Awards By Zahra Mcclendon BMI celebrated the songwriters, producers and publishers of the year’s most-performed R&B/hip-hop songs during the 2017 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards held at The Woodruff Arts Center’s Symphony Hall in Atlanta. Multi GRAMMY Award winning, singer and songwriter

Racist Italians Mistake Samuel L. Jackson And Magic Johnson for Migrants

Actor Samuel L Jackson and retired NBA player Magic Johnson might be most people’s idea of global superstars, but in Italy, the two men look like your typical government-mooching Africans. Johnson shared a photo of himself and Jackson sitting on a bench surrounded by luxury shopping bags, including Louis Vuitton and Prada,

Benny Boom Not Feeling John Singleton’s Comments On Tupac Biopic

  Director Benny Boom has opened up for the first time publicly about director John Singleton’s unsavory remarks about the upcoming Tupac biopic, All Eyez On Me. The film chronicles the life and legacy of Tupac Shakur, including his rise to superstardom, as well as his imprisonment and controversial time at Death Row

Lionsgate Making 2 Live Crew Movie

RJ Cyler Eyed To Play Luther Campbell Lionsgate is in development on The Book Of Luke, a drama about Miami rap group 2 Live Crew and its leader Luther Campbell, whose parody of Roy Orbison’s “Oh Pretty Woman” was the center of a victorious Supreme Court case that paved the way for

‘The Carmichael Show’ tackled the n-word —

  By Bethonie Butler Lil Rel Howery, Amber Stevens West, David Alan Grier, Loretta Devine and Jerrod Carmichael in NBC’s “The Carmichael Show.” (Chris Haston/NBC) “The Carmichael Show” is known for confronting controversial topics, so it’s not surprising that the NBC sitcom would dedicate an episode to the

‘Dear White People’ Gets Renewed For Season 2

By Sonya Eskridge Netflix is bringing Dear White People back for another semester! Creator Justin Simien announced during an appearance at The Essence Festival that Dear White People has been renewed for Season 2, according to Entertainment Weekly. The show, which follows the interconnected lives of Black students at Winchester