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A Juneteenth celebration wouldn’t be complete without music and TV One chose the historical weekend during Black music month to premiere the much-anticipated documentary, THE BEAT DON’T STOP, celebrating the DC birthed phenomenon go-go music.  Featuring a host of celebrities, artists, music historians and journalists, including Doug E. Fresh, band members from Junk Yard Band,…

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Publishing mogul and CEO of Wonderboy Entertainment, Rasheed Rahan Wonder has teamed up with Doug E. Fresh and songwriter Unique Mecca Hall to officially file a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Fox’s top-rated show, “Empire.” The lawsuit contends that during season two of “Empire,” the show sampled the 1993 Doug E. Fresh hit song “I-Ight” (Alright).…

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The Reed for Hope Foundation has partnered for the third year with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation for the “Keep the Promise” concert on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016, at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood and are launching the first “Love Healthy Virtual Spoken Word Slam.” This year’s “Keep the Promise” concert includes performances by GRAMMY Award-winning recording…

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The performances at this year’s Ford Freedom Awards  gala in Detroit complemented an evening filled with empowering stories about men who exemplify courage. The theme — Men of Courage: Advancing the Narrative of African American Men— celebrated the achievements of men who span various generations, including businessman and former mayor of Detroit, Dave Bing; New York Times best-selling author…

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Toyota celebrated the 2016 Chicago Auto Show Charity Preview with a swanky private after-party at The Peninsula Hotel on Feb. 12.  Influencers, media, and special guests showed up dressed to the nines for the semi-formal affair. For an added touch of class, food stations lined the perimeter of the ballroom with delicious servings of shrimp,…

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Last night, BET Networks, in collaboration with Planned Parenthood brought the ‘Breast Party Ever’ Tour to The Overtown Youth Center in Miami.  Actress Gabrielle Union hosted the event in an effort to raise awareness with early detection through self-exams and screenings. View photos from the event in the gallery.  

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