The rapper and actor is currently starring in season 2 of American Crime on ABC, opposite Regina King.
The album and documentary will be released on February 26.
The 40-year-old reality star describes this pregnancy as "one of the best" she's ever had. "I don't feel old at all," she says.
From her R&B jams to her lengthy jazz and pop songbook, Natalie Cole is “unforgettable.”
We're all thinking about pressing the reset button for the new year. What will the next 364 days look like? We asked our favorite celebs how they plan to grow and get better. See what Kandi Burruss, Monica, Jazmine Sullivan, Lalah Hathaway, and more, plan to live their best lives in 2016.
In 2015, music videos by Black women reigned supreme. Can we really expect anything less from the best? Whether Rihanna was taking us on a wild ride with “BBHMM” or Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé were giving us #squadgoals and Willow Smith celebrating her eclectic style, we were so there for these videos. Take a look back at 17 music videos by Black female artists that rocked 2015.
Merry Christmas! To celebrate the holiday, we asked gospel star Tasha Cobbs how she plans to celebrate the blessed day.
Comedian Dwight Ross' impression of a Jamaican beauty queen at the Miss Universe pageant will leave you in stitches.
"The Color Purple" opened in theaters on December 16, 1985. Actress Margaret Avery reflects on Shug Avery, and the film's legacy.
In the 80s and 90s, Melba Moore gifted us with classic jams like “Love’s Coming At Ya" and “A Little Bit More” (with Freddie Jackson). Here, she shares her life lessons.
Patti LaBelle and James Wright Chanel visit Steve Harvey to give him a taste of Patti's sweet potato pie.
We recenty caught the taping of “Adele Live in New York City." These were our observations.
"Just because you're looking now doesn't mean that we haven't been here, or that we haven't been talented all this time," says the Empire star.
The LA-based R&B trio has already received endorsements from the likes of Prince, Questlove, and Solange. Discover their beautiful sound.
Lamar leads with 11 nominations. Nicki Minaj, Jazmine Sullivan, D'Angelo, Tyrese, Faith Evans, John Legend also earn nods. See the highlights.
If you were ever need of inspiring stories to fill your cup in 2015, these Black women provided them. From making in history in aviation and government to fashion runways and the world of dance, here are 25 reasons it felt oh-so-good to be a Black woman in 2015.
Robinson was the first female trumpet player and the first African-American trumpet player in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.