These are some impressive spin doctors whose prescribed mixes should be in your daily rotation.
The PLAYLIST also co-stars Chelsie Denise and Anthony Hamilton and is only for the summertime partygoers.
The "What You Did" singer offers advice on dealing with the pandemic while sharing crazy song ideas that didn't make it onto her new project.
Ishmael Butler premieres an ode to the women in his life, while Emmavie and Gregory Porter offer messages of hope and love in this week's edition of The Playlist.
The Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee looks to tackle challenges and break boundaries with the relaunch of his hitmaking record label.
The 6ix god delivers a fan-service effort full of previously released songs that clear the way for a new album due out this summer.
The Pyer Moss founder makes his directorial debut in this thought-provoking, race-reversal video starring Wale and actor Lucas Hedges.
Tonight two sons of North Carolina will join Fantasia, The Hamiltones and more to support those affected by the coronavirus crisis.
Learn the message behind Jidenna's liberating new bop before "Insecure's" next episode.
The Playlist returns with a premiere by India Shawn, a new bop from Maségo, feel good classics from "One World: Together At Home" and more.
The Black female writer-director behind "Selah and The Spades" shares a never-before-told story about the production, why Lovie Simone has that “It” factor, and how Rihanna inspired the film’s visual style.
The multi-platinum artist from the DMV joins Skip Marley and H.E.R. for this drippingly sultry groove.
This week’s Playlist entry also features new music from Toni Braxton, Usher, Black Eyed Peas and more.
The British rap duo behind “Don’t Rush” are more than just the popular TikTok viral challenge.
Meet the minds behind the charming Netflix series that audiences have fallen in love with.
At a time where we’re apart more than ever, DJ D-Nice showed the power of unity through his Homeschoolin’ party at #ClubQuarantine.
As quickly as his new music was shared, the surprise collection has vanished—but not before we gave it a few spins and learned something new about Childish Gambino.
For the "Black Mamba," the ball was always in his court.