Megan Thee Stallion launches website with mental health resources

Meg Thee Stallion is back again empowering her fans, but this time through a website providing mental health resources. Her most recent album, Traumazine, is a project that expounds on deep disappointment, betrayal, anger, loss, and more. Megan has openly spoken out on her personal struggles with losing her parents, and parting ways with her […]

Virginia artist Kiara Simone makes her mark in male-dominated industry

Born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia, up-and-coming female hip-hop artist Kiara Simone showcases her unique style and flow to solidify her position in the new wave of rap music. Kickstarting her career by interning at a local recording studio, the driven MC was able to form significant relationships within the industry. Through these connections, Kiara […]

LaToya Hobbs speaks to Black women with new exhibit

LaToya M. Hobbs is an impactful artist ready to make her mark, yet again, with a sequel installation called Salt of the Earth II. Hobbs, who currently lives and works in Baltimore, creates most of her masterpieces in her in-home studio. She is also a professor at Maryland Insitute College of Art (MICA). Salt of […]

Avery Sunshine: Life, music and her new album ‘Sunroom’ [Podcast]

Rolling Out talked to Georgia based artist Avery Sunshine recently. We say Georgia based because like many true musicians she has become a world resident. Avery Sunshine’s music and talent have been seen on the big screen, the small screen as well as the stage. Her new Album is called Sunroom and  she talks about music, […]

Avery Sunshine: Her new album ‘Sunroom’ and our black musical culture

Rolling Out talked to Georgia based artist Avery Sunshine recently. We say Georgia based because like many true musicians, she has become a world resident. Avery Sunshine’s music and talent have been seen on the big screen, the small screen, as well as the stage. Her new album is called Sunroom and she talked to rolling […]

Independent artist Rhonda Gray paints to her own rhythm

RHONDA GRAY Art allows the artist  artistic freedom.  Through this the viewer is able to capture a glimpse of what the artist was attempting to express.  Because art is often subjective of what the viewer walks away with, may or may not be what the artist’s original intent.  Delta Sigma Theta’s alumnae chapter presented its […]