Gina Yashere of “Bob Hearts Abishola” spoke of putting oneself out there to break boundaries.
As it looks like none of us will be going outside any time soon, streaming has stepped up to fill the gaps left in my day.
Pot has quickly cemented itself as one of the most used motifs in music today, and it’s not really that surprising to see why.
Although many artists and musicians have pushed back their tour dates and album releases due to the coronavirus pandemic, there’s still new music waiting to fill your speakers and new artists to uncover.
Comedy has always been a go-to coping mechanism for many — and for good reason.
Elton John hosted the Living Room Concert Benefit amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Everything but the Song: If Ne-Yo v. Johntá Austin provided one lesson, it’s that R&B is the greatest genre out there
As someone who grew up in the 2000s, listening to every R&B album I could get my hands on — “The Emancipation of Mimi,” “B’Day,” “Trey Day” and the list goes on — I know that there are two men (among others) who most certainly have the formula for a hit record: Ne-Yo and Johntá Austin.
The New Yorker reporter joined Annenberg students in an entertainment reporting class over Zoom to discuss Harvey Weinstein, Trump and the state of media.
The album establishes the artist as the standard for commercial pop artistry.
With these ever-evolving circumstances, it’s crucial for our emotional and mental well-being to maintain some sanity. And to assist, here are a few ways to improvise your wine game.