Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Teyana Taylor Makes History as the First Black Woman to be Maxim’s Sexiest Woman...

Teyana Taylor tops Maxims Hot 100 List, becoming the first black woman to be named “Sexiest Woman Alive.” The...

YouTube Opens Application For Black Voices Fund During Black Future’s Month

YouTubeBlack Voices Fund will now include songwriters and producers and many other new roles to amply the Black perspective on the streaming...

Spice Talks New Album, TEN and Dancehall’s Influence on Hip Hop

In honor of Black Music Month, Revolt TV sat down with Dancehall Queen Spice. She explained how dancehall redefined music, her new...

T.I Announces Final Album, ‘Kill the King’

On Tuesday (June 8th), rapper T.I. announced his rap retirement in the music video for his latest single, “What It’s Come Too.”

Swizz Beatz, Timbaland and D-Nice to Receive ASCAP Voice of Culture Award

Swizz Beatz, Timbaland, and D-Nice will receive ASCAP Voice of Culture at the 2021 ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards on June...

The Smollett Siblings Continue to Bring Their Creative Style and Flare to CLEO TV

The Smollett siblings, Jake and Jazz, continue to bring their unique style and design flavor to LIVING BY DESIGN WITH JAKE AND...

Dru Hill, Trina, Silk, and More Headline TPT Global Tech’s Juneteenth Concert

TPT Global Tech Inc. announced its R&B concert “Back to Life, Back to Reality," a two-day event hosted by R&B legend Larry “D”...

The Three Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors Will Receive $100,000

The three living survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, Viola Fletcher, Lessie Benningfield Randle, and Hughes Van Ellis, are slated to...

Halsey’s New Makeup Line, About Face, Unveils New Summer Collection

Grammy award-winning singer Halsey, aka Ashley Frangipane, released her Summer collection inspired by her wistful 90s nostalgia, About Face’s best-selling highlights, and...

President Joe Biden visits Tulsa, Making the First Steps in Grieving America’s Long History...

President Joe Biden visited Tulsa, Oklahoma, last Tuesday (June 1st) to commemorate the “Black Wall Street” massacre a century prior.

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