Keke Palmer is opening up about how to identify bad relationships and contemplating the role mental health plays in personal relationships after her recent breakup with ex-boyfriend Darius Jackson, whom she accused of abuse late last month.
Kim Kardashian shared that when it comes to co-parenting with her ex-husband, Ye, formerly Kanye West, he's still considered the favorite.
Controversial sportscaster, Sage Steele, is officially a free agent after settling her lawsuit with ESPN after being suspended by the network for her public comments previously made on an outside podcast about getting vaccinated, how women dress, and former President Barack Obama’s lineage.
Kim Kardashian is once again using her voice to advocate for the re-trial of No Limit artist and brother of Master P, Corey “C-Murder” Miller.
Amazon’s live interaction radio app, AMP, has officially announced the three selected standout stars for their new emerging artist program The Come Up, shining the spotlight on Atlanta rappers Pote Baby, CEO Trayle and Ken Carson.
Now and Later® Candy is teaming up with La La Anthony to highlight Black-owned self-care businesses for National Black Business Month.
Ian Connor is clearing up the rumored beef with ASAP Rocky after being dissed during the Harlem rapper’s performance at Rolling Loud.
Fabolous is sharing his opinion on the current state of rap by honing in on what he considers redundancy in female rap.
Missy Elliott is using her star power to defend Flyana Boss after social media users posted open criticism over the continued running theme in the young Hip-Hop duo’s videos.
The South has something to say and Amazon’s live radio app, AMP is helping emerging talent use their voice by announcing their new program, ‘The Come Up’, driven by lifestyle specialist and veteran industry executive Kenny Burns.