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India Arie Is At Her Most Enchanting In New Video For 'That Magic'

The song is the lead single from her newest project, 'Worthy.'
Sean Collins
 • a year ago

Jill Scott Says Fan That Taped Oral Simulation Didn’t ‘Capture The Point’

She is just trying to upgrade the love life of couples, y'all!
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • a year ago

The Sample Behind The Song: Lil Duval And Snoop Dogg’s ‘Smile’ Rides A Classic Uncle-Music Sound To The Top Of The Charts

We chat with Brooklyn-based DJ and event producer Rimarkable about R&B/soul’s most beloved uncle crooners.
Kibwe Chase-Marshall
 • a year ago

Why Real R&B Is Underappreciated And Misunderstood These Days

People born in the '90s and 2000s are ruining it.
Domonique A.
 • a year ago

Black Child, You Are Brilliant: 5 Quotes And Songs To Remind Our Kids Just How Great They Are

"While we can’t always control the horrendous deeds of others, we can help make sure our children don’t fall victim to the internalized racism that can develop when kids grow up in a nation that doesn’t value their lives."
Veronica N. Chapman
 • a year ago

Why America Only Values Black Artists After They Die

"Everything we know about black art says it isn’t good enough without a whiter co-sign, and that’s because a white signature means a white point of view."
Steven Underwood
 • a year ago

#MutetheArtist: Should We Be Cancelling These Artists, Or Getting Them Help?

A look at how call out culture has shaped our perspective
Kynala Jabree
 • 2 years ago

Wynton Marsalis Vs. Hip-Hop: Why Elders Ranting About The Language We’re Using Is The Last Thing We Need

Wynton Marsalis' disdain for hip-hop comes on the heels of it becoming the most consumed genre and winning its first Pulitzer Prize.
Calvin RaShaud Davis
 • 2 years ago

What Is It Going To Take For Us To Fully Cancel R. Kelly?

"... each time we decide to liven up the family cookout by playing 'Step in the Name of Love,' we are giving a pass to predatory sexual misconduct."
Courtney “Shyne” Holland
 • 2 years ago

The Irony Of Hip-Hop Imagery Being Praised In Entertainment, But Unaccepted In Everyday Life

"Society assumes the worst, categorizing men who look like this as thugs, drug dealers and gangsters worthy of being dealt with more harshly than anyone else."
Christopher Rucks
 • 2 years ago

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