The wife of the late great Leonard Hubbard believes The Roots are not men of their word. She is suing Questlove and Black Thought for fraud.
The Roots are best known these days for backing up Jimmy Fallon on 'The Tonight Show.'
Listen: I’ve been an avid fan of The Roots since the release of the band’s fourth album Things Fall Apart. I’ve since made purchases on their whole 14-album catalog, attended three of their live shows and have even made an honest attempt at regularly watching Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show since they are the house band. […]
On Sunday (Aug 2), Jaguar Wright took to Instagram live to address the disrespect she alleges that she faced at the hands of Common. During the live, Wright alleges that Common sexually assaulted her while the two were allegedly dating. According to the songstress, the two were in bed after a show and Common asked for sex, which she declined.
Taking to Instagram Live, Jaguar Wright spoke about the shocking death of Malik B, alleging that despite the public and seemingly heartfelt reactions and condolences, Black Thought and Questlove weren't keeping it real about their behind the scenes actions towards their fellow member.
While he is most associated for his golden touch for penning crossover hits Drake does know real Rap. He spent last week revisiting some of the classics.
One of Hip-Hop’s brightest minds is about to take his talents to Hollywood. Questlove has been enlisted to oversee a film project about a cultural festival you should be familiar with.
The crew at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon can all breathe a collective sigh of relief. A judge has ruled against some former employees who maintain they were unjustly terminated.
It seems there will be justice served for those who missed out on a canceled Roots show. The man who claimed there were explosives in the venue has been placed in handcuffs.
Black Thought of the legendary Roots crew sat down with the New York Times to talk about growing up in Philadelphia, his beard, and more.
Shea Serrano’s best-selling book The Rap Yearbook will be expanded into a six-part docu-series event as part of AMC’s original nonfiction programming in 2018 as announced earlier this morning in New York. The project’s executive producers include Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson and Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter of The Roots fame, alongside Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney.