Hip-hop artist G Herbo, who performed at the 14th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia, discusses what inspired him to rap, growing up in the rap game, how fatherhood has helped him mature, and how he is helping his community.
Singer Suzann Christine discusses recording a song inspired by Sandra Bland, the healing power of music, shares her musical inspirations, discusses her style, and working with legendary artists following her performance at the 14th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia.
Singer and musician Jordan Hawkins talked with rolling out after performing at the 14th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia. He discussed how he began singing, praying with Kirk Franklin, being inspired by Prince and Lauryn Hill, and sharing the stage with Summer Walker and Mary J. Blige.
Philadelphia rapper Kur, who is signed to Meek Mill‘s Dream Chasers Records, discussed being inspired by 50 Cent and Freeway, and talked about the intensity of his music when rolling out interviewed him after his performance at the 14th annual Roots Picnic.
Jerelyn Rodriguez, the CEO and co-founder of The Knowledge House, discusses the Bronx, New York, beginnings of the nonprofit organization that teaches technology skills so that people of color obtain high-paying jobs. It is now expanding to Atlanta; Los Angeles; and Newark, New Jersey.
WBA lightweight champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis reacted to Rolando “Rolly” Romero requesting a rematch after his one-punch knockout loss. He also thanked his many fans for their support during the post-fight press conference at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe discusses a potential matchup between WBA lightweight champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis and Ryan Garcia and the ability of Davis to draw crowds in New York, Atlanta, Baltimore and Los Angeles at the post-bout press conference at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
“Love & Hip-Hop’” producer and business mogul Mona Scott-Young discusses her career managing legendary hip-hop artists. She also explains how it led to the creation of the successful television series and how the show allows women in hip-hop to have a bigger platform to express themselves.
Chants of “Ali, Ali, Ali” resounded throughout the arena on Sunday, May 1, as the grandson of the iconic Muhammad Ali, Nico Ali Walsh, scored a devastating first-round knockout over Alejandro Ibarra at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The bout aired on ESPN and the win came during Ramadhan, no less.
Jamal Murphy of “Andscape” (formerly ESPN’s “The Undefeated”) and the “Bill Rhoden on Sports” podcast discusses the Cinderella story of Saint Peter’s making the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament to battle Purdue at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
“The Breakfast Club” co-host Angela Yee, bestselling writer Queen Afua, wellness savant Kheperah Kearse, LIFE Camp founder Erica Ford, and Emmy Award-winning journalist Mara Schiavocampoat spoke at the City of Wellness “Spring Clean” detox and book signing hybrid event at Yee’s Juices for Life location in Brooklyn, New York.
NBA legend Dominique Wilkins, vice president of basketball for the Atlanta Hawks, discussed HBCU Night at Madison Square Garden after the New York Knicks faced off against the Atlanta Hawks. He also touched on his legendary slam-dunk competition with the iconic Michael Jordan.
Break dancer, entrepreneur, dance teacher and poet Rokafella discussed handling sexism in hip-hop and the announcement of the Red Bull BC One World Final, the world’s largest break dancing competition. The competition will take place in New York City on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022.
Hampton University alum DJ Envy of “The Breakfast Club” and hip-hop artist Papoose discussed the significance of the NBA acknowledging HBCUs after the New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks game.
New York Times bestselling writer, holistic health expert and wellness coach Queen Afua discusses healthier eating, living and her books at the City of Wellness “Spring Clean” detox and book signing hybrid event at Angela Yee’s Juices for Life location in Brooklyn, New York.
Actor and hip-hop recording artist Dave East was joined by actor and hip-hop legend Method Man in performing the new song “Unbelievable” during halftime of the most recent home game of the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Melba Wilson, owner of Melba’s restaurant, the eatery Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited late last year, discusses icons Dapper Dan, Marcus Samuelsson and Bevy Smith at Ginny’s Supper Club, a speakeasy located inside Red Rooster Harlem.
While enjoying a Harlem Restaurant Week lunch at Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too, an impromptu performance by the Harlem Gospel Ensemble began, and restauranteur and caterer Norma Jean Darden was happy that rolling out‘s cameras were there. This is what happened. Harlem Restaurant Week runs now through March 27.
Harlem Restaurant Week executive director Nikoa Evans-Hendricks discusses supporting Harlem legacy restaurants like Sylvia’s, Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread and other Harlem restaurants and cultural institutions like the Apollo Theater. Harlem Restaurant Week runs now through March 27.
The legendary Grandmaster Caz discussed the first party in hip-hop history in front of the place where it all began at an announcement of the Red Bull BC One World Final, the world’s largest break dancing competition. The competition will take place in New York City on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022.