R&B songstress Carmen Rodgers enlists Anthony David to celebrate the irresisitable attraction of lovers in her new video for "Charge."
Studies say that though unemployment rates have decreased, many millennials still live with their parents. When do you think it's the appropriate time to move out?
Meagan Good will play Victoria Wavers in the upcoming NBC sitcom, 'Mr. Robinson.'
We've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week. From author Tamara Winfrey Harris's take-no-prisoners manifesto on Black womanhood to Jill Scott's new album on her own womanhood.
The carefree Black girl movement is flourishing and oh so fly. Just check your social media feeds for the hashtag and you’ll be inspired seeing Black women presenting an alternative narrative that doesn't paint us as angry, attitudinal or combative. #CarefreeBlackGirl shows us loving life, wearing our hair however we like, traveling where we want to, breaking the rules when we need to, and simply being carefree. Here are the celebrities who embody the carefree spirit of the movement.
ABC's The View was reportedly looking to restore it's greatness. Enter Sherri Shepherd.
Phylicia Rashad will reunite with cast memebrs from the original Broadway production (not the movie) for a free performance at New York's Central Park Summerstage.
"She will be missed, that’s for sure. She was a good little girl," said the legendary songstress.
Jackson and J. Cole join together for a sultry remix of No Sleeep. And FYI: Janet has not lost it.
Danisha Danielle Wrighster gives ESSENCE the scoop on who she is and what it's like to work on the set of Fox's new show, Home Free.
It's Throwback Thursday! From the original Aunt Viv on The Fresh Prince to dial-up Internet, here are 10 #TodaysKidsWillNeverKnow memes to give you a sweet wave of nostalgia.
We've got your covered on what to watch, hear, and support this week. From watching Prince's new video for "Baltimore," to signing up for the ESSENCE Beauty Box and seeing JIll Scott and Nicki Minaj in concert.
YouTube personality Evelyn from the Internets hilariously explains why "calling in black" is sometimes the perfect reason not to go to work.
Newcomer Gail Bean talks 'Unexpected,' the heart-warming indie drama about a teen girl who discovers she's preganant at the same time as her teacher.
Young poets Crystal Valentine and Aaliyah Jihad call out Black men who make Black women feel undesirable.
We've got you covered on what to see, listen to and support this week. From Ta-Nehisi Coates's riveting new book to Stacy Barthe's new album.