D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser signed a bill Wednesday that officially makes go-go music the sound of our nation's capital.
The actress, who appeared in shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and HBO's "Here and Now," spoke to ESSENCE about her role in Amazon's latest series.
Christian Combs, Justin Combs, and Quincy Brown will join Diddy and celebrity choreographer LaurieAnn Gibson as judges.
The docuseries returns with a look at the R&B quartet's rise and a live performance following the premiere.
Issa Rae’s knack for spotting rising talent now includes music artists. Meet her first act: TeaMarrr.
The young actress, who starred opposite Lupita Nyong'o in the Disney film, passed away after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.
Prosecutors in Illinois filed an amended indictment Friday, which includes new allegations of sexual abuse of a minor.
Plus: Phony Ppl drop their video for "Fkn Around" and Popcaan delivers a promise just in time for Valentine's Day.
Turns out the singer's beautiful beachside wedding was a ruse.
The "Insecure" actress will headline her first hour-long comedy special this summer, filmed live at the HBCU.
The series will follow Osaka's journey from last year's US Open to preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The talk show host shared an apology on Friday for homophobic and transphobic comments made during Thursday's "Hot Topics."
The performance will also honor Bryant's daughter Gianna and the seven other victims lost in January's helicopter crash.
The activist has inked a multi-project deal with Audible, which will release the audio version of his upcoming memoir.
The rapper said a talk with his mom convinced him that his reaction to King asking about Kobe Bryant's rape case during her interview with Lisa Leslie was an overreaction.
During a recent episode of "The Read," the comedian and actor shared that it was Mama Tina who helped get his foot in the door at Roc Nation.
The rapper took to Instagram Live to address the 2015 mugshot and the "toxic" situation that led to her arrest.
The singer kicked off the show with a shout-out to Black History Month, female filmmakers, LGBTQIA community and a cameo from Billy Porter.