History was made twice and sisterhood was on full display. With every triumph is a testimony. Three Emmy winners each offering a lesson from how they made it to one of the biggest night's of their lives to how they handled the spotlight.
We've been unhappy with Black representation in the media for a while now. Thankfully, creative minds have been creating spaces to tell honest stories that reflect our experience. Joining the ranks of Black and Sexy TV, Issa Rae, and Cecile Emeke we now have Band of Artists Filmmaking Collective.
Wondaland Records consisting of Janelle Monáe, Jidenna, Roman GianArthur, St. Beauty and Deep Cotton, has released a six-track EP to usher us into the future. The future of Black expression and Black liberation. This is The Eephus.
Blood is the 2nd studio album released by the beautiful Lianne La Havas since her 2012 debut with Is Your Love Big Enough? The albums title is appropriate being that the music, all co-written by La Havas, is an acknowledgment of her roots.
The first solo artists from Janelle Monae's label Wondaland hosted a Q&A #AskAClassicMan on twitter and we got to know the well-dressed rapper and crooner, who is making a wave from his finger curl to the subject matter of his music, a little better.
Thank Stone Mountain, Georgia for another Carefree Black Boy. Childish Gambino is in good company with singer-songwriter Raury who is unique for his authentic mix of folk, soul, and hip-hop. Check out his EP Indigo Child that got him signed to Columbia Records.
Have you ever wondered what Beyoncé would say in any given situation? We never know what she'll do next, though we do know it will be #FLAWLESS and likely to #BREAKTHEINTERNET, but she has graced us with song after song full of advice and now her greatest words of wisdom can be in your hands with WWBS playing cards.
Last night Raven-Symone joined Oprah Winfrey in Chicago to film OWN's "Where Are They Now" where she dropped a bomb that has exploded on twitter. She went on a brief tangent about how she chooses to label herself and which identities she denies.
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