Arts & Entertainment
Articles on television, film, music, and other elements of Black popular culture from NewsOne.
A legend deserving of praise this Black History Month is none other than Larry Wilmore, who has put many other legendary talents in a position to win.
Celebrating Black History Month, we hit up Harlem for a new art exhibit from the eyes of 17 Black artists with vivid American stories to tell.
Here’s how legendary talent Larry Wilmore helped forge a path for a new legend named Issa Rae. She continues to do the same for others.
From motherhood to Black women, Rihanna offered a glimpse into her motivation for deciding to perform at Super Bowl LVII years after she turned down a similar offer out of solidarity with Colin Kaepernick.
During the XXXTentacion Murder Trial on Feb. 8, one of the murder suspects says he knew that the armed robbery had a high chance of going wrong.
Sonovah Hillman, the 10-year-old daughter of late rapper DMX, is producing a four-part docuseries on drug addiction after her father's death.
In the 42 years since his untimely death, Bob Marley still remains the most popular figure in reggae music.
Tony Hawk will donate half of the proceeds of autographed photos to the Tyre Nichols fund for a skatepark.
NBA YoungBoy is ditching rap for the religious life.
While hosting "The Daily Show," D.L. Hughley weighed in on Tyre Nichols' death, Tucker Carlson and Tech CEO Jennifer Tejada.
Here are several essential reads as we celebrate Black History Month.
One of John Singleton’s most prolific works is Boyz N The Hood, which put several actors and fellow filmmakers on the entertainment map.
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