Diana Ross eased on down into the ESSENCE Festival, slaying the stage hits and wardrobe changes.
After more than ten years in the biz, the McClain sisters keep success in the family.
Chance isn't just changing the rap game, he's on a mission to change the education system as well.
Daniel Kaluuya’s British speaking voice turned on many new fans during his MTV Movie & TV Awards speech
The comedian performed with Wanda Sykes and Riz Ahmed for a worthy cause: immigrants and refugees.
From The Front Lines To Hollywood: These Influential Women Share What It Means To Be 'Woke'
Uzo Aduba opens up about identity, racial profiling and the beauty of gap teeth as the special guest for ESSENCE’s first podcast Yes, Girl!
On March 1, for 12 hours across five countries, 25 female directors will flood their timelines in support DuVernay’s Rebel-A-Thon.
Check out some of our favorite moments from years past.
From the screen to the page, 'Hidden Figures' stars Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monáe shine equally bright on ESSENCE’s February 2017 cover.
Vanessa Williams and her daughter, 'Lion Babe' vocalist Jillian Hervey inspire New Year hair goals on January 2017 issue
As Cicely Tyson received her Presidential Medal of Freedom, our entertainment director remembers another time Ms. Tyson inspired her.
During this difficult time in our nation, a mother and daughter bond over the pop singing animals in 'SING.'
The stars speak on honoring the legacy of August Wilson, dissecting the colossal effect of deferred dreams, and showcasing the breadth and beauty of the African American experience on film.
Union talks Hollywood, marriage, motherhood, politics, sports and 90s R&B in the November issue of ESSENCE
'A Seat At The Table' lands Solo in the number one spot.
'The Birth of a Nation' Actresses Speak: 'This Isn't the Nate Parker Story, it's the Nat Turner Story'
'The Birth of a Nation' actresses addressed the controversy surrounding director Nate Parker's past acquittal of sexual assault during a roundatble at the Toronto International Film Festival
The Grammy award winning musician gets personal in a song penned for the new Disney film, starring Lupita Nyong'o, David Oyelowo and newcomer Madina Nalwanga.