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Big Sean Reflects On Mac Miller, Talks Piano And Vocal Lessons

"He had a positive energy about him and was just gone way too soon.”

Album Reviews

When It Comes To Both Sound And Sartorial Matters, Masego Has Upgraded To Silk

With his new album 'Lady Lady,' Masego strides into grown and sexy territory.

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Folarin Season: Are We Entering A Wale Renaissance?

With three quality EPs released in 2018, Wale is in rare form.

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Beautiful Struggle: The Iconicity of Cuban Hip-Hop And Political Exile Nehanda Abiodun

Nehanda Isoke Abiodun, née Cheri Laverne Dalton, was just 10 years old when she joined the picket lines. Columbia University in the '60s…

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Estelle’s ‘Lovers Rock’ Serves As A Testament To True Love

Estelle is ready to put her parents’ love lost, yet love found storyline at the center of her new project, Lovers Rock (VP Records/Est. 1980).

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‘Creed II’ Reinstates Familial Importance, Carves Space For Characters To Expand

The team rekindled their onscreen chemistry that’ll take the audience from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to a main event in Russia’s Olympic Stadium.

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Sheck Wes Takes Over Footaction For ‘No One Way’ Campaign, Talks Astroworld Tour and ‘Mudboy’

The "Mo Bamba" rapper spoke about bringing his energy to Travis Scott's Astroworld Tour and becoming hip-hop's Kevin Durant.

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Hip-Hop Has An Opioid Problem Too, And It’s Time People Cared

Opioid addiction is getting harder to contain, but is the increasing spread of opioid addiction within the hip-hop community being ignored?

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Marsha Ambrosius Reflects On The Joys That Music And Motherhood Have Opened

Marsha Ambrosius speaks about family, being a fly on the wall for mythical studio sessions, what rapper she would make a Best of Both Worlds album with,…

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ONE MusicFest 2018: T.I., Monica And George Clinton Shut Down Day Two

Atlanta's best made this year's festival one to remember.

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H.E.R., Big Sean And Nas Bring The Heat On Day 1 Of One MusicFest

Teedra Moses, Jessie Reyez and Big K.R.I.T. also came through with astounding performances.

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Mac Miller Grew Through Joy And Pain, And Fans Saw It All Up Close

Before his tragic death at age 26, Mac broke boundaries and evolved into something that even he couldn’t have foreseen.

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Meet The McClures, The Real ‘Modern Family’

"We want [Ava and Alexis] to be beautiful and funny, but use their influence to make their world, hopefully, a little bit better."

Entertainment

Instead Of A White Savior, A Black Man Is The Hero In The African Western ‘Five Fingers For Marseilles’

South African television star Vuyo Dabula stars as Tau, a proper outlaw simultaneously trying to fix his past, to better prepare for his destiny.
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