Rising rap artist Pohhla is a bit different than a lot of his contemporaries. Whereas some artists may be apprehensive
The numbers are in and the reign of “Empire” continues. Fans proved they couldn’t get enough of the hit Fox
During an appearance on the “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore” on Wednesday night, actor and rapper Common, 42, was asked
With the live action fantasy offering of "Cinderella" almost taking in more than last week's top 10 movies combined, it's
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By now the clip of Common’s awkward passing over of Oprah Winfrey’s high-five at last Sunday’s 87th annual Academy Awards
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To kick off the launch of the Tanqueray Trunk Show series, a two-part event was established to shed light on
Common took a moment to inspire the crowd at the Tanqueray Trunk Show at Tao in New York.
In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s 86th birthday, the filmmakers and cast of the Oscar-nominated film SELMA joined local
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he
It was a big night on Sunday, Jan. 11 for Hollywood as they kicked off awards season with the 2015
Within the past few days, the nation heard bold statements from rap artists Kendrick Lamar and Common. However, one rapper
Born Lonnie Rashid Lynn rapper-actor Common, fka Common Sense, is the son of educator Dr. Mahalia Ann Hines and Lonnie Lynn.
He’s come a long way from Common Sense. Chicago native son Common has released 10 studio albums, won a Grammy,
Selma celebrated its New York premiere at the Ziegfeld Theater, where stars David Oyelowo, Oprah Winfrey (also a producer on the
In 2013, the FBI placed Black revolutionary and political activist Assata Shakur on the list of Most Wanted Terrorists. Shakur
A special screening was held Saturday night celebrating Selma and honoring the legends who paved the way. Special guests included
Common’s “Nobody Smiling” tour made its way to Atlanta on Dec. 4. Held at the Tabernacle, Common took attendees on