Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah has revealed there are plans to bring back her hit television sitcom Living Single.

The Broadway hit Hamilton has now officially gone “Hip-Hop.” Check out the mixtape that accompanies this history-making play.

Mike Epps is returning to the big screen with some help from T.I. and Queen Latifah. The comedian is set to star in and produce a new comedy titled The Trap.

Queen Latifah is teaming with Lee Daniels for an unnamed pilot. The rapper turned actress landed the lead role in a show that will potentially focus on the Atlanta music industry. 

Right before Thanksgiving, The Queen Latifah Show came to an abrupt and unfortunate end before it had the chance to close out a second season. Although such cancellations are nothing but the Hollywood norm, Ms. Dana Owens is going out of her way to prove that she meant every word in her heartfelt Facebook message […]

The Queen Latifah Show made it past its first season unlike many other African-American programs but the end still loomed around the corner.

The one and only Snoop Dogg stopped by The Queen Latifah Show to discuss his recent collaboration with Pharrell Williams.

Queen Latifah’s daytime talk series, which started last fall, is about to be axed. Due to poor ratings, the future looks bleak for the Queen’s morning program.

Queen Latifah has decided to use her television platform to align herself with 280 million other Americans.

Female rappers may be a minority in Hip-Hop, but there are plenty that have contributed heavily to the genre. XXL sparked a growing conversation with its “20 Best Female Rappers Of All Time” list, with some expected entries and a few curious omissions.

Queen Latifah is still ruling from her throne as a Hip-Hop legend who operates outside of her queendom.

Dr. Dre once reduced women to mere sex toys who lived to play their cards and manipulate men, when he so eloquently put on wax, “b*tches ain’t sh*t but hoes and tricks.”