Mickey Guyton’s History-Making Country Music Grammy Nod Is Just the Beginning of Needed Change in the Industry
The voice behind “Black Like Me” is also leading the charge for this change
‘Farewell Amor’ Is A Moving Tale Of An African Immigrant Family Reconnecting After Years Of Separation
We touch base with director Ekwa Msangi on her debut feature being a timely universal account of the Black immigrant experience.
Country Star Mickey Guyton Dishes Her Grammy Nod With Rissi Palmer On Apple Music's ‘Color Me Country’
The voice behind “Black Like Me” is the first Black woman to receive a nod in the country category in 45 years.
We touch base with the Ghanaian-American songstress on her first full-length album and how she’s pushing the needle in African pop.
'Stay / Stay Meditation / You And I' is the country-soul mystic’s first release in three years.
We speak with the filmmaker about how his debut feature, tapped by Ava Duvernay’s ARRAY, is a necessary commentary on gentrification in Black neighborhoods
The streaming platform is taking this month to amplify R&B icons, like Toni Braxton and John Legend, and newcomers with exclusive playlists and more.
The "Lovecraft Country" star is making well-deserved headway in film and TV.
We caught up with the Jamaican artist on what inspired him to release his first project in six years.
The Afrobeats trailblazer, who appeared in 'Black Is King,' declares she’s here to stay with this project.
The new album from the “African Giant” chronicles the ups and downs in the face of perseverance and enlists Sean "Diddy" Combs as executive producer.