Ray J meets with Donald Trump regarding job creation

Reality-star-turned-entrepreneur Ray J met with entrepreneur-turned-reality-star Donald Trump at his renowned Mar-a-Lago compound in South Florida this past week.  William Ray Norwood Jr, 41, hooked up with the former president, 75, for about five hours in Palm Beach, Florida, located 70-miles north of Miami, and it is becoming evident that Ray J has political aspirations. […]

Singer-songwriter and funny lady Jade Novah is lighting up the internet

Singer-songwriter Jade Novah is a mother, wife, entertainer and businesswoman. In a wide-ranging interview with rolling out, the multitalented beauty describes being discovered by Tyler Perry on YouTube, working with Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and other powerful women in the music industry, creating her hilarious one-woman “Jade of All Trades” comedy sketches, and much more. Click […]

Megan Thee Stallion in awe of letter from Congresswoman Maxine Waters

Megan Thee Stallion shared with fans one of the biggest highlights of her year. Although Megan is one of the hottest rappers in the industry, this particular accolade did not stem from the success of her music career. She revealed it was a letter she received from Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif. On Monday, Dec. 7, […]

Radio personality brings thousands of students together for peace in Chicago

DJ Hotrod is a radio personality at Power 92.3 in Chicago who has a habit of creating dope experiences for the Chicagoland area and its youth. Tune in as he opens up about not playing violent music on the radio, his support from Chicago celebs, such as Chance the Rapper and G Herbo and the current […]

Angela Simmons named AT&T ‘Dream in Black’ 2020 Future Maker with T.I. and Wale

In celebration of Black History Month, AT&T kicked off its “Dream in Black” campaign in Detroit on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020. The campaign honors leaders and trailblazers who are making Black history by shaping culture today. As a reality TV star, fitness model, fashion designer, mother, entrepreneur and the daughter of Rev. Run of the […]

Black empowerment through tech with DeRay McKesson

We caught up with activist DeRay McKesson to talk about the importance of tech in building up the Black community. How important is technology for the advancement of Black people? There is no America without Blackness. There is no culture or community without Blackness. Blackness has always set the trend of what is cool [and] […]

Nipsey Hussle, the businessman: Be like him

We’ve learned a lot about Ermias Asghedom, aka Nipsey Hussle, since his untimely death on March 31, 2019, all of which has contributed to the void felt within the hip-hop community and the Black community as a whole since he departed. Most people knew Hussle as an artist, but his creative endeavors extended beyond the recording […]

Destiny Inspire: Atlanta’s fastest-growing empowerment expert

Known as “The Empowerment Juggernaut,” Destiny Inspire is an expressive speaker, life coach, author and CEO of Destiny Inspire LLC. Her focus is empowering, impacting and inspiring others to create the life they desire and were designed to live. She has spoken to hundreds of women and youth and conducted workshops at colleges, universities and […]

Samuel Simmons: Racial trauma tied to Black men’s health

Sam Simmons has more than  28 years of experience as an alcohol and drug counselor and behavioral consultant in Minneapolis, who specializes in practical, culturally sensitive and trauma-informed work with African American males and their families. He is scheduled to deliver the keynote address during the Black Men’s Healing Conference: Solutions to the Opioid Epidemic” organized […]

Lawrence Kenyatta: Black community ‘in crisis mode’ with drugs, violence, more

Lawrence Kenyatta has dedicated his life to working in the field of substance abuse prevention, treatment and recovery. Having witnessed the devastation that drug abuse has caused his community, he advocates and educates individuals across the state of Michigan about the consequences of substance abuse. He is executive producer of two documentaries, Fratricide I and Fratricide […]

POWER BOX empowering our communities

In 2014, after the death of Mike Brown and the outcry in Ferguson, Missouri, Blacks across the country decided to boycott for Black Friday. A such, no products would be purchased from any merchant on a particular day. This nationwide protest occurred to show how serious the Black community was about the deaths of so many […]

From Black history to Black excellence

With Black History Month ending and all, I feel like it’s the perfect to reiterate a fact that most of the country, if not most of the world even, seems to forget: Black history is meant to be celebrated 365 days a year! Matter of fact, more than just Black history, but the ongoing accomplishments of […]

G.O.O.D. Music’s ‘Cruel Summer’: Illuminati, Blasphemy or Self-Empowerment?

G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer was officially released this week,  and any person who knows the basics regarding music industry may have some questions about their lyrical intent. With Kanye West leading the parade, Cruel Summer features R. Kelly, Jay-Z, The Dream, Mase, and the entire G.O.O.D. Music family. There’s also lot of heavy weight name dropping and hood […]