Doug E. Fresh
The stars were out Wednesday night at the Avalon Hollywood for Ebony’s Power 100 Gala. The annual list and event honor Black achievement in various categories, like Innovators (Shonda Rhimes, Kevin Hart), Cultural Influencers (Rickey Smiley, Lupita Nyong’o), The Thinkers (NewsOne Now‘s Roland Martin, Ta-Nehisi Coates) and Young Leaders (Mo’ne Davis, The Jackie Robinson West Team). NewsOne attended […]
Download Podcast “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin celebrates Black Music Month with exclusive interviews from the set of the James Brown biopic Get On Up. Chadwick Boesman, Aleo Blacc, and Octavia Spencer discuss the highly anticipated movie chronicling the life of the Godfather of Soul. Erica Campbell joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” to talk about her new album, titled Help and addressed the controversy in […]
“NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin celebrates Black Music Month with Hip Hop legends Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E. Fresh. Can Hip Hop be used as an agent for social change in the African-American community? Our panel of Hip-Hop pioneers share their views on this subject and more. Be sure to listen to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin, […]
Chuck D, Monie Love and Doug E Fresh – the veteran Hip-Hop artists may not be the first figures that come to mind when thinking about political action, but the three joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” Monday to discuss the role that Hip Hop can again have in shaping culture. And guess where Monie […]
It’s time to get it started! Roland Martin helped Doug E. Fresh kick off the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference. Stay connected on 2013 CBCF Coverage, and tune in to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin this fall on TV One!
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