“For people to finally have eyes on what I’m doing is dope,” says the standup comedienne and star of 'First Wives Club'
Michael B. Jordan Says Lauren London’s Transparency About Grief Helped His Acting In 'Without Remorse'
"[Acting] is sometimes our space to vent and express ourselves in a certain type of way, and she felt like it was time for her to do that," the actor shared.
Her new single 'Wild Side' samples Aaliyah's hit song 'One In A Million.'
Tran, who is of biracial African American and Vietnamese heritage, won for her performance in Popstar! TV’s “The Bay.”
Academy Award Nominated Filmmaker Sophia Nahli Allison Comes Together With Famed Activists For 'Eyes on the Prize: Hallowed Ground'
The documentary premiering on HBO Max August 19 is a love letter to the 14-part docuseries that originally aired on PBS in 1987 and 1990.
"It’s just as important for a little Black girl to see a Black woman in a position of power as it is for a little white girl to see," says the actress
Morris Chestnut & Yaya DaCosta Talk Demystifying The 'Black Elite’ Community In New Series 'Our Kind Of People'
The series centers around a group of African American families who have had wealth, status, & power at their fingertips for several generations.
D-Nice Was A Web Developer? Angela Yee Owns A Coffee Shop? Why Multiple Income Streams Are Key To Career Longevity
Both successful entrepreneurs stress the importance of being able to wear multiple hats while pursuing your passions.
The documentary premieres July 16 on Netflix.
Don’t Be Afraid To Say No, Show Up Authentically & More Tips For Making An ‘Undefeated’ Career Impact
Phenomenal career women discuss breaking out of traditionalism and in the professional world to seize opportunities that feel authentic.
P-Valley Star Shannon Thornton: 'Not Enough People Write Black Women Characters As Well-Rounded Human Beings'
The leading ladies of STARZ share refreshingly candid thoughts on being able to bring authentic Black narratives to life on the network.
The four actresses portray estranged members of a Hip-Hop supergroup who reunite after years apart to seize an opportunity to reclaim their notoriety.
"I was never acknowledged for a lot of things. But for ESSENCE to want me here for the 25th Festival, that’s absolutely an honor."
The Afro-Pop conglomerate spoke with press about the recent surge in popularity of Africa in the U.S. entertainment industry.
Jess Hilarious And Sherri Shepherd Get Candid About Facing Backlash As Comediennes In A ‘Cancel Culture’ Society
Just before hitting the Orpehum Theater stage in New Orleans, The ladies of Essence After Dark’s HERlarious comedy show pulled no punches when it came time to talk comedy, legacy, […]