Common

Sasha Obama was noticeably absent during President Obama's final speech on Tuesday. According to reports, she was studying for an exam.

For the past eight years, the Obamas gave rap and Black music a place to call home.

Obama says the hacks brought attention to Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and issues within the Democratic National Committee.

The president and Mrs. Obama have shown their love for black art (and artists)—from poetry and spoken word to actors and singers— throughout this most historic presidency.

Common dishes on his new album and everlasting love for Black women.

  Common is much more than another rapper from the south side of Chicago. The Grammy, Golden Globe, and Academy Award-winning rapper is also a philanthropist and social activist, who makes no qualms about speaking out about the social injustice that plagues the African American community. All which he discusses brilliantly in his newest album, Black America […]

Chicago native and rap icon Common displayed immaculate storytelling prowess during Thursday's "Tonight Show" while performing the title track off his forthcoming album, 'Black America Again.'

We are taking a look at all of the father’s out there who need someone to “put a ring on it.”

Roland Martin, host of NewsOne Now, recently sat down with Belafonte and criminal justice activist Carmen Perez for an exclusive interview to discuss Belafonte's upcoming music and arts festival, Many Rivers to Cross.

The Oscar winner hopes his new initiative can inspire youth to stay off the streets.