Recording Artists

Black Twitter had plenty to say after Google posted a photo of rapper Master P in results for searches about singer Luther Vandross.

Remembering Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace, who was killed March 9, 1997.

On Friday, Nov. 12, Mr. Scarface took one final bow on stage at the House of Blues. The show announced via his "Geto Boys Reloaded" podcast with Willie D is a swan song for 30 years of emerging and sustaining as one of Houston's greatest rappers ever produced.

In late September, the 48-year-old singer made public comments regarding her COVID battle, saying she had technically been declared dead.

Jill Scott is considering moving from the U.S. because she is concerned for the safety of her 12-year-old son. Read about her ideal overseas home inside.

Celebrity News

Afrobeats singer Tiwa Savage has announced that someone claiming to have a sex tape of her and her boyfriend is trying to extort her for an undisclosed amount of money.

R&B icon Raphael Saadiq was on the defensive after a photo he posted to his Instagram showing him sitting next to accused rapist Marilyn Manson during an event for Kanye West's new "Donda" album went viral for all the wrong reasons. 

Special Events

August 28th, local Atlanta activists will be honoring the 58th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s iconic March on Washington by organizing the March On For Voting Rights

In a viral video clip, the New York rapper takes a moment to go off about mask mandates claiming they violate his civil liberties.

Celebrity News

A 23-year-old woman testified Monday that when she was 17, R Kelly forced her into a sexual and abusive relationship during which she was spanked, made to perform disgusting and humiliating acts and that she contracted herpes.

The tweet paraphrased a line from the article, pointing to a larger issue with the outlet's coverage.

The rapper issued a weak apology after being dropped from multiple gigs in response to his doubling down homophobic and poorly informed statements about HIV and AIDS first made at the Rolling Out Loud festival.