Let’s not think about the fact that summer is almost over and let’s watch some good ass movies instead.
With all the praise going around to black directors and creatives, we also have to be real with ourselves when their work isn’t up to par.
Earlier this week Kid Cudi has announced that he’s dropping his first solo album in four years.
Aziz Ansari disappeared from the public eye but now he’s back with his new Spike Jonze directed Netflix special, ‘Right Now.’
Unsurprisingly, “living Black” soon becomes a problem for Mike.
The Jessica Jones final season drops on June 14. Will JJ save the story from its less popular second season? Or are we in for more disappointment?
One could say cancel culture worked out in this scenario, but you can’t help but still wish for a greater redemption. Only time will tell.
Looking for something to binge this glorious Pride Month? Look no further. Peep our list of bingeworthy queer TV shows. And Happy Pride!
The She’s Gotta Have It artists give validity and identity to a show that seeks to amplify Black art. Who are these distinct and powerful artists?
Meet badass artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. Based out of Brooklyn, she is the real-life Nola Darling from Spike Lee’s ‘She’s Gotta Have It.’