"It's really about the music of the culture, the music of the South," says the actor about his quotable lines as fan favorite Uncle Clifford from the hit series.
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"I was there, firsthand, doing her hair!" he said.
Generational curses come to life in this spooky audio thriller.
'The Nod' Podcast is now a less-than-ten-minute Blackity Black visual experience too.
"I don’t believe they’re ‘lady chores.’ I believe they’re house chores," she said.
This milkshake-loving singer is the latest celebrity mama to announce that she's expecting.
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Michelle Obama’s new podcast is one of 10 audio gems amplifying Black voices about everything from politics and pop culture to science and sex.
Tiny Reparations Books will focus on pushing the conversation forward.
D.C.-based brand The Spice Suite, founded by Howard University alum Angel Gregorio, and Kelis are joining forces to wake up your taste buds.
In an intimate interview, the city’s first Black female mayor discusses the city’s resilience during the COVID-19 crisis, the power of trust and how her own story wouldn't be the same without the people who live there.
Ludacris, Kandi Burruss and Eddie Murphy are some of celebrity parents that celebrated their kids' graduations.
On Yes, Girl! podcast, the actor and activist advocates for uplifting our communities despite the pain of being Black in America.
The reality star confirmed she "cannot wait to meet" her new baby girl named Ari.
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Since Lauren Simmons left her NYSE trading job, her career has been a testament to what can be accomplished when you strike out on your own