I don’t think the Norwegian band, The Summer Cult, intended to awaken any past traumatic experiences for its listeners, but it sure as hell did today.
JT and Yung Miami are brash, raw, uncensored with a swagger rooted in the queens who came before them.
As National Campus Safety Awareness Month approaches in September, Howard University will kick off a year-long campaign, “HU Stands” to promote sexual assault prevention on campus.
The new atmospheric track speaks to college students, who are experimenting with different drugs and sexual partners.
As children and teens get ready to return to school, New York City’s YMCA is beginning another year of programs to empower youth across the city.
The Bounce television network and the Brown Sugar streaming service are teaming up to carry Aretha Franklin’s farewell memorial service live this Friday, August 31.
Enlighten announces partnership with Lemonhaze for First National Cannabis Business, Education and Entertainment Convention.
Over seven years ago, Lomography launched the Sprocket Rocket. Now, the company is back with a new edition of the camera, the Sprocket Rocket SUPER POP! Teal 2.0.
The movie is about money and Rachel sees a lot of it thrown in the air and it’s the first time in her life to see such obscene wealth, a world full of materialism and a place where financial status is highly valued.
Friday at noon, one of my new writers and I walked into one of Nas’ new eateries, situated on the corner of Flatbush Avenue and Park Place in Brooklyn, New York.