When it comes to the original GOAT, new documentaries are always welcome. Muhammad Ali has long been the subject of stories about his life, but new work is in development to intricately break down his most legendary fights. Dubbed “Excellence: 8 Fights” the scripted series will focus on eight critical times in Ali’s life and […]
We got a chance to chop it up with Tyla, the next big international pop star to crossover from South Africa.
Happy International Wig Day! Wigs offer people the confidence and expression they desire. Celebrate with a history of wigs through the ages.
The salad dressing brand is teaming up with popular parlor Van Leeuwen for a limited-edition ice cream flavor at select Walmart locations.
Cedric the Entertainer and Anthony Anderson are cooking up some tasty TV.
The University of Houston's, History and African-American professor Gerald Horne and Baltimore activist Brother Haki join The Carl Nelson Show...
The National Day of Action Against Police Terror unites racial justice groups demanding accountability for victims who have died at the hands of law enforcement like Tyre Nichols. The post National Day of Action Against Police Terror: Racial Justice Organizations Unite To Demand Change appeared first on NewsOne.
As Hip-Hop celebrates fifty years of existence, the culture is getting a much-deserved round of appreciation thanks to a selection of museums and special exhibitions showcasing all of its brilliance. These exhibits focus on artists who've changed society on a whole through their work covering Hip-Hop as well as other elements such as fashion, and cover all of the history and artifacts of the past fifty years. The post A Guide To Museums and Exhibits Honoring Hip-Hop’s 50 Years appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.
A report from the Department of Justice revealed that its investigation of the Louisville Metro Police Department showed that it exhibited constant racial abuse of its Black citizens and those with behavioral issues. The 90-page report showed that officers routinely hurled racial epithets and utilized excessive force, particulalry against those protesting the death of Breonna Taylor in 2020. The post DOJ Exposes Constant Racial Abuse By Louisville Police appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.