Find out what Tessa made Janelle take a bite of for the culture.
Filmmakers Bush and Renz break down the Easter eggs in their new flick, streaming now. (Serious spoilers ahead!)
'Antebellum' Stars Janelle Monáe And Gabourey Sidibe Discuss How Film 'Humanizes' Black Women's Power
In this virtual roundtable with ESSENCE senior entertainment editor Joi-Marie McKenzie, the stars of "Antebellum" reveal why this movie is perfect to watch in this moment of racial reckoning.
Brothers Nate Wonder and Roman Gianarthur went from the studio to the big screen.
Janelle Monáe Shares How She Was Triggered Filming 'Antebellum' On A Plantation: ‘I Felt Everything’
In her upcoming horror film "Antebellum," Monáe plays an author who — like herself — speaks out about systemic racism.
In 2019, the artist was very booked and very busy—including filming her new series Homecoming—but a health scare reminded her she’s priority number one
Calling all rappers.
If postponed, Coachella would be the third major festival to be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.
The company's mission is to serve "creators and projects that selflessly speak with, and for, the shared experiences that connect us all."
The rapper is currently wrapped up in a legal battle with her label over claims that 1501 Certified Entertainment is stopping her from releasing music.
The film, from the producers of "Get Out" and "Us," hits theaters April 24.
We can't get over these looks.
'From Slave Ship To Space Ship': The Black History Of Space Exploration Detailed In Fascinating New Doc
"Black in Space," premiering tonight on the Smithsonian Channel, shares the Black history of NASA's space program set against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.
Our favorite looks from tonight's ceremony.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser signed a bill Wednesday that officially makes go-go music the sound of our nation's capital.
Robin Thede Uses 'A Black Lady Sketch Show' To Honor Jackée Harry And Other Women Who've Inspired Her
The show creator and comedian spoke with "Yes, Girl!" podcast about celebrating the women who "gave us so much."
The series will follow Osaka's journey from last year's US Open to preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Bruno Mars, Janet Jackson, Summer Walker, Patti LaBelle, Raphael Saadiq, Tamia, Jidenna, Saweetie, Sir & more. Tickets on sale now!