Best-selling author Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Virtue and Vengeance isn’t set to be released until December 3, but the author is giving ESSENCE an exclusive look at the stunning cover […]
The pair spoke to ESSENCE during a recent junket for the upcoming film "Little," set to hit theaters April 12.
Darden became a household name in the mid-90s during the O.J. Simpson murder case after being named co-prosecutor in the trial.
Howell-Baptiste is back for season two of hit show 'Killing Eve' and is set to star in new CBS All Access dramedy 'Why Women Kill.'
ESSENCE Fest is first on our list. Duh.
The actress recently opened up about battling anxiety and depression, sharing that it's important to speak to a professional regularly.
The cast and producers spoke to ESSENCE on the "Ain't Too Proud" red carpet, sharing that the musical goes beyond "the glamour and the spotlight."
Gray spoke to ESSENCE about his character Jamal's growth in the show's second season and the opportunities he hopes to create.
Brunson is back with a new series for Facebook Watch that sees her looking to iconic films like "Do The Right Thing" for tutorial inspiration.
More than 60 celebrities are protesting the state's controversial abortion bill, which prohibits abortions six weeks after conception.
City officials have been vocal since charges were dropped against Smollett, with the city's mayor calling it "a whitewash of justice."
Beyoncé and Jay-Z attended the awards Thursday night where they were honored with the Vanguard Award for their work supporting the LGBTQI community.
Time to update your watchlist and settle in for a marathon of hits you're sure to enjoy.
Carter, the woman originally identified as "L.C." in the indictment in Kelly's criminal case, is speaking out about her encounter with the singer.
Davis and Tennon will produce the series through their company JuVee Productions.
The rapper owned up to her past after a video resurfaced in which she claimed to drug and rob men when she was a stripper.
Charges against Smollett were dropped Tuesday morning after months of speculation over who attacked the actor in January.
The video, directed by Jackson himself, is a wavy love song that sees the actor-singer doing the thing he loves most.
The former federal prosecutor sat down with ESSENCE for a new episode of "We See You Sis," where she spoke about the importance of diverse representation.