A group of 100 Black prominent from all walks of life are standing in solidarity with the #WinWithBlackWomen campaign.
It has been more than a decade since Shyne was signed to Bad Boy, but that's not stopping Diddy from showing his support. On Sunday (Jun 28) Diddy took to Instagram, to offer his support for his former artist, by announcing that Shyne was running for the Belize House of Representatives. “BELIZE I’m so proud of my brother @shyne_bz and the journey he is on,” Diddy wrote on Instagram. “He is running for the House of Representatives and needs your support. #BadBoy4Life”
Last week we lost one of our greatest cultural architects in Andre Harrell. Two of his greatest proteges have testified to his indelible energy and passion for Black excellence.
Joe Biden just dropped his plan aimed to help Black America, is good enough to please Diddy?
Diddy announced to Naomi Campbell and his followers that he is in charge of where the Black vote is going. His good friend Kenny Burns and others strongly disagree.
How do you follow up a night where over 500,000 viewers packed an IG Live battle where we saw Babyface and Teddy Riley remind us that they got hits for days? Easy throw on the #VERZUZ signal and call out Diddy and Dr. Dre to be the next contestants to step up to the plate.
Diddy and Jennifer Lopez may not be together anymore, but it didn’t the old friends from reuniting to help provide relief during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the pandemic continues to ravage the world the stats with people of color is alarming. One Hip-Hop’s biggest names is addressing the issue and more.
Puff took to his IG account to share some encouraging words during these stressful times in a video. In the caption, he vowed to find a way to directly help healthcare workers who are on the frontlines battling the virus plus is taking any ideas or help from others.
Who’s ready to walk to Junior’s for some cheesecake?
While he is now focused on spreading love Diddy is still moving with the same conviction that got him to the top. He recently stood up for the rights of musicians during a key moment in his career.
DaBaby may have experienced a minor set back, but after his short jail stint he is showing he’s back to business.