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Daily Archives: April 17, 2017

Lyft Driver’s Video On Sexual Assault Goes Viral

It seems like every day women are asking men to speak up about rape culture and sexual assault and to also hold their fellow men ...

ELHAE Shares First Project of 2017, ‘AURA II’

SoundCloud is a goldmine for music lovers. Yes — sometimes it comes with the hit-or-miss and the occasional IceJJfish cover, but all is well that ends well, I say.

Tomi Lahren Feels Silenced After Being Suspended From The Blaze

Tomi Lahren is the millennial conservative everyone loves to debate.

Some People Are Opting To Take Ubers or Lyft Rides ...

Hospitals see millions of patients come and go in their emergency rooms.

New York’s R&B Duo OSHUN Shares Powerful Declaration in “Not ...

Despair and frustration will not shake our belief that the resistance is the only way of liberation. – Emile Lahoud

From ‘Game Of Thrones’ To ‘Fast 8’ Nathalie Emmanuel Is ...

Nathalie Emmanuel first burst onto the scene as the freed slave Missandei who befriends Daenerys Targaryen and falls for Grey Worm in HBO’s smash fantasy ...

Real Tears: Chance’s Younger Brother Taylor Bennett Shares “Only Brother” ...

In celebration of Chance the Rapper’s 24th birthday yesterday, his brother Taylor Bennett dropped a new track in his honor, “Only Brother.”

Chris Brown Prefers His “Privacy” in New Neon-colored Visual

Following the teaser he dropped a few weeks ago, Chris Brown shares the neon-colored dance clip for “Privacy.”

Exclusive: Meet DJ Ameer The Teenager DJ’ing All The Hotest ...

DJ Ameer, the 16 year old sophomore at Columbia High School in Maplewood NJ is ready to conquer the music scene.

Why Millennials Love Maxine Waters!

“Auntie Maxine” is the name many millennials have given to California Congresswoman Maxine Waters.

Cleveland Man Sought After Committing A Homicide On Facebook

On Easter Sunday, a day where people are celebrating with their friends and family, the city of Cleveland was on high alert after a man ...

‘Step’ Is The One Documentary You Must See This Year

There aren’t many positive depictions of Black folk in documentary films.