Help us celebrate love and equality for all as we list some of our favorite black LGBTQ celebrities who got married and put a ring on it!
With performances by KRS-One, Mr. Cheeks, Petey Pablo, Intro and more, Durham's annual cultural arts festival was a huge success.
One thing about Beyoncé, she's going to get her style on.
Teyana Taylor served as the choreographer, stylist, and more for her career, and now she's becoming the resource she needed for other artists.
These Black musicians-turned-actors lit up the small screen in their respective TV guest cameos. The post 15 Standout TV Show Cameos By Black Musicians appeared first on Black America Web.
In an exclusive interview, Yvonne Orji talks her budding directing career, why she loves being a Black woman, and more.
Sharpe hasn't announced his next move yet, but something good is on the horizon for "Unc." The post What’s Next For Shannon Sharpe After His Breakup With Skip Bayless? appeared first on NewsOne.
Oxford's official "Black Dictionary" is coming to a bookstore near you! The post Bussin Or Nah? Oxford’s New African American Dictionary Leaves Many With Words appeared first on Black America Web.
Happy Black Music Month! LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE. June is a time to honor and celebrate the immense contributions that black artists have made to the world of music. Originally created in 1979 by President Jimmy Carter, it is dedicated to recognizing the richness, diversity, […]
The Hollywood Walk Of Fame is definitely missing these Black music icons. The post 20 Black Musicians Who Deserve A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame appeared first on Black America Web.
The aftermath of the Tulsa Race Massacre's 18 hours of violence shows the unthinkable levels of racist devastation inflicted on Black Wall Street in the Greenwood Business District from May 31, 1921.
'I'm so proud and thankful to be your mama,' Beyoncé wrote.