Though she chose to go on this journey alone, Mrs. Mann says her husband's support helped her along the way.
ESSENCE’s entertainment director shares what she’s learned and what’s she’s come to love in beauty after 20 years in the game.
Call me a creature of habit because I’m still rocking the end of summer releases from Jidenna and Raphael Saadiq—who was a recent guest on our Yes, Girl! podcast—and absorbing the 1619 Project’s podcast. But there’s some new new I’m loving: Broadway’s debut of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
Fantasia added that her brother is now "doing good. He's not walking yet, but he will be soon."
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Saadiq shared the back stories of some of his top hits during an episode of “Yes, Girl!” podcast.
The artist, who just dropped his '85 To Africa' album, tells ESSENCE exclusively why dating isn't high on his priority list.
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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."
The singer and reality star says she gives her children a choice on whether they want to appear on 'Friends and Family Hustle.'
Released in 1995, 'Miss Thang' introduced the world to one of music's most genuine singers.
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Cory Booker shared his commitment to Black women and our community with "Yes, Girl" hosts Cori Murray and Charli Penn.
The multi-talented artist is on a mission to shift the culture.
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