The single is the latest from the sound track for "Queen & Slim," a film directed by Melina Matsoukas and written by Lena Waithe.
The holidays can feel a bit hectic and chaotic. So when you're finally ready to relax, why not try one of these gifts.
DAWN continues her collaboration with Trakgirl on "Easy" and Moses Sumney prepares for new double album.
The actress and comedian is accusing the network of attempting to drastically underpay her for a standup special.
It was announced that Issa Rae would be tackling a remake of the 1996 film, which starred Fox.
The hip-hop take on Shakespeare’s most famous story examines the star-crossed lovers' tale through the eyes of Tybalt, Juliet's cousin.
Hall's new project for Amazon Studios follows two Black women at a predominantly white college, who start to experience spooky activities.
"Mudbound" cinematographer Rachel Morrison makes her directorial debut with the film, which tells the story of boxer Claressa "T-Rex" Shields.
The HBO series, co-created by Peele and "Underground's" Misha Green, follows a man, his uncle and best friend as they search for his father.
He also tweeted, "THAT SHIT WAS NOT COOL DAWG."
The actor appeared at the People's Choice Awards on Sunday night, where he accepted the awards for Comedy Act of 2019.
FKA twigs shares her new project, Tinashe teams up with 6LACK, and DAWN drops two new bops featuring Trakgirl and Brooke Candy.
After making history at the Tribeca Film Festival this year, Youmans is ready to share his feature debut with the world and is already looking ahead.
Gaines, who penned "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman," passed away in his sleep at his Louisiana home.
Emmy Award-winning actor Courtney B. Vance has been named president of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation. Vance will succeed JoBeth Williams as head of the foundation, which hopes to bring more awareness […]
The singer recently opened up during an interview about why she turned down the rapper's offer to perform during Super Bowl LIV.
The veteran New York DJ suffered a shattered vertebrae and fractured lumbar.
Wright will appear opposite Zoe Kravitz, who was recently cast as Catwoman, and Robert Pattison, who plays the film's titular hero.