Six artists you may have already heard of who will be gracing the Grammys red carpet for the first time.
'Baduizm' will be a staple in our community for time eternity. But for Erykah Badu, the debut album that set her on a path to immeasurable success also became the heavy weight of pressure. “[The headwraps] just got heavy, physically and a little bit mentally, because of the expectations of what was under that wrap and what it came with," she told ESSENCE in this exclusive interview.
Since ‘Selma,' David Oyelowo has been living the Hollywood dream. With a new film in theaters, he hopes he never wakes up.
The 70-year-old singer-dancer-actor brings his skills to another iconic role tonight as Dr. Everett Scott.
Solo comes with Nina Simone, “Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair” levels of intra-cultural adoration all over A Seat at the Table.
Netflix's "Luke Cage" wins for portraying undiluted African-American culture interlaced with a strong narrative that tells us something about being Black right now.
The album’s too experimental for an Album of the Year Grammy, but Frank won’t lose for not speaking their language.
'Mercy Street' Stars Patina Miller and McKinley Belcher III Talk Harriet Tubman and 'Contraband' Blacks
We sat down with the stars of PBS's 'Mercy Street,' a historical medical drama set during the Civil War.
Grammy-winning actress Heather Headley recently replaced Jennifer Hudson in the role of Shug Avery.
Lemonade follows in the unapologetically Black path of February’s “Formation,” and the Beyhive can rest easy: it’s easily another classic.