There is an unfortunate rollercoaster ride concerning Michael Jackson that keeps getting more and more odd as the days roll by.
When the remake of It dropped in 2017, it spawned an influx of memes that included its horrifying star Pennywise creeping in sewers, yellow raincoats and red balloons. Today, in 2019, a clown means something equally as scary: being made out to be Boo-Boo the Fool.
OK, OK, OK, that pesky little thing called “history” in the real world says the first music video was filmed in a Thomas Edison studio in 1895 and was called the “Dickson Experimental Sound Film.” But, Melissa Arnette “Missy” Elliott elevated them, OK?!
The day was Sept. 13, 2009. Heaps of celebrities gathered at Radio City Music Hall in New York City to honor each other with shiny moon men at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs). The “Best Female Video” award was up and Taylor Swift’s name was announced for her “You Belong With Me” video. However, Kanye West wasn’t…
Cardi B doesn’t need to take a BuzzFeed quiz to realize that if she were a Powerpuff Girl, she’d be Buttercup. (By the way, I searched to see if there’s an actual “Which Powerpuff Girl Are You?” BuzzFeed quiz, and you’re damn Skippy peanut butter, there is.)
It looks like everyone has possibly gotten wrapped up in a case of “he said, she said” and Jermaine Dupri is here to tell us to “Get Your Shit Right.”
“Cranes in the Sky” … and cranes down under. Solange Knowles is giving the people of Australia what they want and need!
Hit ’em with the hee! Melissa Arnette “Missy” Elliott has a whole museum, y’all!
Make America Zamunda again! Or…“MAZA,” if you will.
The “we” in “We The North” may consist of three particular people this September—well, at least at the 44th Annual Toronto Film Festival (TIFF), that is.
I believe everyone has a shortlist of people they’ve always wanted to see perform live but never really had the chance to. For me, that list consists of folks like Whitney Houston or Michael Jackson. However, there’s a sub-list of legendary people who are (thankfully) still here on earth that I haven’t seen on stage.…
Has the time come when Lil Nas X can’t ride his horse “no more?” Well, he won’t be riding it on No. 1 Boulevard any longer because “Old Town Road” has been dethroned.
Raise the curtains for a Don Cornelius-esque intro, because Soul Train is coming to Broadway!
We’ve expressed this sentiment more than once, but it needs to be repeated: Rihanna has successfully executed the best troll in modern music.
Up until last week, one of Black Twitter’s conundrums is deciding whether to choose $500,000 or an apparent lucrative dinner with Jay-Z. Well, Jermaine Dupri may be able to tell us just how beneficial that hypothetical dinner would be.
Dave Chappelle got five on it—five Netflix comedy specials, that is.
Welllll, I’m going to take my horse to the Old Town Road, I’m gonna riiiide ‘till I can’t no more… *record scratch* Welp, the Country Music Association voting board may say Lil Nas X can’t ride his horse onto their nomination list.
It’s official—we have a date with Kid Fury and Crissle West. It’s a “Hot Top(ic)” in and of itself!
The Coming to America sequel, titled Coming 2 America, is a go—and everyone is very happy to be here!