Black History Month Trailblazer We Celebrate! 1st Black Billionaire, BET’s Founder Robert L. Johnson
The first black billionaire is always assumed to be Oprah Winfrey due to her  fame, noteriety and  popularity , but truth is the first black billionaire was a man who founded BET -Black Entertainment Television, Robert L. Johnson. In 2001, Johnson became the first African American billionaire, and the first... Read more
Drake – God’s Plan
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Derez Deshon -“Hardaway”
Plies – “Rock”
Kodak Black – Roll In Peace
Bruno Mars & Cardi B Announce Tour  w/Dates
According to XXL: Cardi B is hitting the road for her first major world tour later this year, and now we know when we can expect to see her at an arena near us. The “Bodak Yellow” rapper officially joins Bruno Mars for his 24K Magic World Tour, and the two are sharing the... Read more
N.E.R.D’s New Album Will Help You Escape the “Narcissistic Chaos”! Check out live performance Ellen!
N.E.R.D, the funk/rock/experimental/electronic/hip-hop/and-everything-in-between collaboration between Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo, and Shae Haley, have had an oversized effect on popular music since their first album dropped over 16 years ago. In a world where genre-blending has become almost soo yesterday,  N.E.R.D was and is blending punk with R&B “Rockstar”,  to... Read more
Black History Month Trailblazer We Celebrate! Before Amelia Earhart, The First Woman Licensed Pilot, Bessie Coleman
Bessie Coleman was a pioneer and an innovator in the field of aviation not only as an African American but as a woman.  With all the  obstacles placed in her path by the society she lived in during her time, she was an example for all of those following... Read more
Prince’s Sister says Prince would have been fine with Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl Tribute
According to Billboard:  Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl LII halftime show gave a lot of people a lot of feels. But when he pulled out his surprise tribute to Prince with a performance of “I Would Die 4 U” featuring a giant projected image of Minneapolis’ finest towering over the U.S. Bank... Read more
Fly Eagles Fly! Philadelphia Eagles are Super Bowl LII Champions
According to USA Today: MINNEAPOLIS – The Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII over the New England Patriots 41-33 Sunday night at U.S. Bank Stadium. Here’s how it happened: Key drive: After the Patriots took their first lead of the game, at 33-32 with 9:22 remaining, the Eagles could have wilted. But quarterback Nick Foles... Read more