For the would-be 50th birthday of rap icon 2Pac, we revisit his rare 1992 interview with our resident media OG Colby Colb that was unearthed a few years ago.

The year 2020 is all about perspective. You can look at it as a time frame that robbed you of people, opportunities, and relationships, or you can choose to view it as the universe pressing reset and allowing you to create a new beginning. Positive self-talk is what got me through most of this year. […]

This year the 51st NAACP Image Awards were broadcasted on BET. This elegant event showcasing Black excellence aired Saturday Feburary 22nd and the stars definitely showed up. https://www.instagram.com/p/B849d2WoSml/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading https://www.instagram.com/p/B84-sy6FbMN/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading https://www.instagram.com/p/B841dQupHdP/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading   One of tonight’s winners included our Urban One family, TV One in the Outstanding News/Information – (Series or Special) category on their “UnSung” series! […]

D.C. council member Kenyan McDuffie checked in after the momental passing of the bill that makes Go-Go the official music of the district. He called to talk about the Quick Silva Show about the bill passing and the celebration of making go-go the city’s official music. Hear their interview below! https://youtu.be/3lx9VDCznbE

On the eleventh day of Black History Month, Empire actor Jussie Smollett was indicted in Chicago by a special prosecutor for allegedly staging an anti-gay, racist attack in January 2019. In detail, the actor formally known as Jamal Lyon described his attack as, two masked men that poured bleach on him, beat him, and looped a […]

What is human trafficking? It is defined as a crime that people use others to gain profit from the control and exploitation of them. A person that does trafficking will induce, recruit, harbor, transport, and obtain a person (child or an adult) by force or coercion for sex trafficking or labor trafficking. Angelique Stallings and […]

Narcissism is one of those popular buzz words that our generation loves to throw around when describing someone we’ve encountered who we find excessively vain, self-centered, egotistical and overall less than favorable. Whether it’s your awful boss, a trash ex-boyfriend or the leader of the free world, it’s easy to label someone as a narcissist […]

Say what you want about Kenya Moore, but make sure you say pioneer when you’re talking about her. Long before Mrs. Moore-Daly held a peach, the Detroit-native held titles many women dream of. In 1993, she became only the second Black woman to win Miss USA. She went on to place fifth in the Miss […]

All shade isn’t created equal. Watching the Real Housewives Of Atlanta is a lesson in shade throwing– both good and bad. Over the years, we’ve witnessed many reads. Some have given birth to ubiquitous phrases, dances even… “Who gon’ check me boo” and “Close your legs to married men” come to mind. But lately, the […]

I began writing this piece with the intention to understand why some Black men purposely choose not to date Black women. I whole-heartedly believe many interracial relationships are founded in love (my father is Black and my mother is of Hispanic and Palestinian decent), but as I spoke to more and more Black men, I […]

A special celebrity chef helps the ladies hit the kitchen to sample some of the most delicious food of the season.

Ladies share some of their favorite and not so favorite Secret Santa gift ideas for the holiday season.