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The Black Women’s Expo, already a staple in Chicago for all things related to Black women, beauty, business, community and entertainment, is making its return to Atlanta’s Georgia International Convention Center Sept. 14-15. Rolling out reached out to BWe founder Merry Green to get the skinny on BWe’s beginnings, what Atlantans can expect from the…

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Born into a rich Nigerian family, Remi Adeleke went from selling drugs in New York, to being a Navy SEAL, to acting in the Transformers film to modeling and ultimately writing a book titled Transformed: A Navy SEAL’s Unlikely Journey From the Throne of Africa to the Streets of the Bronx to Defy All Odds. Read on to…

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Jermaine Dupri celebrated the 25th anniversary of So So Def at the BET Awards with a star-studded showcase of past labelmates, including Da Brat, Xscape, Bow Wow, Jagged Edge, Bone Crusher, and Youngbloodz, with special performances by Jeezy and Waka Flocka. The sold-out celebration, sponsored by Dutch Masters, filled Academy Nightclub in Los Angeles, as…

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Astin Hayes knows a thing or two about bringing people together. As a brand manager for a popular spirits company, she hosts parties and gatherings throughout the city of Chicago. So it comes as no surprise that her first foray into technology would involve a gaming app called TipOff, an urban Taboo styled game that…

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Miami’s elite celebrated Labor Day in style aboard the 60-foot yacht “It’s All Good.” The yacht, chartered by popular Miami lifestyle promoter Lex Pierre-Louis, featured premium cigar brand Backwoods Cigars paired with Courvoisier to create the right vibe for the cruise. Take a look at the yacht and the Backwoods Baddies posing with guests.

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The graffiti themed walls of the warehouse club 787 Windsor in Atlanta served as the backdrop for Red Bull’s “Culture Clash,” a creative take on Jamaican sound clashes where DJs and artists from different countries and music genres battle over the course of four rounds to see who is best at moving the crowd. Four…

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Luster’s SCurl represented well at the 70th anniversary of the Bronner Bros. International Beauty Show with an energetic booth display that brought out model Rosa Acosta, nightlife influencer K. Botchey, and The Ultimate Rolling Out Bearded Cover Search winner (presented by SCurl) Cameron Davis among others. Luster, celebrating 60 years itself, continues to reinvent the…

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Namaste CEO Shawn Tollerson is passionate about Black women and Black hair, and she, along with a dedicated team of hard working Black women created the No Stereotypes campaign to address the often maligned and politicized issue of Black Women’s hair. Tollerson says, “You’d think in this day and age we’d well beyond these negative…

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Teen R&B songstress Haley Smith has overcome major heartbreak to pursue her dream of becoming a recording star. Three weeks before an appearance on the Apollo, which she won, her father was murdered. For this purpose, her new single “I Miss My Daddy” carries even greater significance. Rolling out caught up the Bronx, New York, balladeer…

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Kicks 4 The City, a philanthropic program that gives shoes and financial donations to the less fortunate, hosted its second annual Agora Sneaker Ball this past Saturday at Venue One in Chicago’s West Loop. The Agora in Greece was a popular place for assembly, and the black-tie and sneaker event surely lived up to its…

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R&B crooner Freddie Jackson is excited about his forthcoming album, Love Signals, and the direction of his music. Check out our conversation with the hit maker below. What’s the inspiration behind your new single and upcoming album? My new album, Love Signals tells it all. I wanted to create something that people can relate to…

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