The visuals for the rapper's single with Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign has finally arrived for those of us who aren't ready to let summer go.
The film tells the story of a young lawyer who heads to Alabama to defend those who can't afford help and the wrongly accused.
Queen Bey couldn't get enough Lizzo at Made In America but that wasn't the only memorable moment of the festival.
The Australian actress is gearing up for the release of Netflix's "In The Shadow of the Moon."
Wayans spoke to ESSENCE about carving her own career in comedy as an openly gay Black woman and without the help of her last name.
Beauvais hopes to show that "Black Girl Magic lives and thrives in every zip code" as she joins the franchise for its 10th season.
The pair spoke to ESSENCE ahead of the release of their supernatural thriller, dishing on their chemistry and choosing impactful roles.
Speaking with ESSENCE after taking home MTV's Video Vanguard Award, Elliott opened up about feeling Aaliyah's energy at the show and paying tribute to the dance community.
The singer made her debut solo performance at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards and it was a major highlight of the night.
'First Ladies,' a new series currently in the works at Showtime, is set to be a one-hour drama that takes a look at the lives of First Ladies throughout history.
The singer's performance during Monday night's award show was a medley of feel-good, bad b---h anthems that had the entire crowd dancing.
The podcast returns in September with more fanfic, interviews, and a few new additions that will enhance the already fun audio gem.
The rising talent is creating his own world with genre-melding music and dreamy visuals that reflect his own creative past and future.
Tate stopped by ESSENCE's 'Yes, Girl!' where he opened up about the show's sixth and final season, calling it "the best you'll see."
New music dropped on Friday! Saweetie taps Jhené Aiko and Yung Miami for "My Type" remix and Lizzo recruits DaBaby for a new spin on "Truth Hurts."
The actor joins a slew of others recently announced to star in the upcoming sequel, including the film's original cast and tons of new faces.
After the murder of Mario Woods, Kaepernick was inspired to use his platform for good, planting the seeds for the Know Your Rights campaign.
Smith made her feature film debut as a single mother in the 1993 film, a role she almost passed on after Tupac was fired from the project.
Racquel Bailey's billboard stunt paid off after catching the eye of Perry, who recently cast her in his upcoming BET show 'Sistas.'