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. […]
The 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival was the backdrop for Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson's Oscar-winning documentary, Summer of Soul, and a reimagining of the original format was announced this week. Titled the Harlem Festival of Culture, the annual event will kick off in 2023.
It looks like Will Smith isn’t the only one who doesn’t much appreciate the way Chris Rock jokes around.
Mariah Carey may or may not be serious when it comes to taking legal action on a version of her song "Shake It Off."
The vibes at the 93rd Annual Academy Awards will be on point because Questlove will be in charge of supplying them.
Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson is a man of many fine tastes be it Hip-Hop music (obviously), sneakers and food, amongst other interests. The Roots drummer's culinary affinities have led to his hosting a brand new Food Network special called Questlove's Potluck at the end of May.
The bandmates and longtime business partners' Two One Five Entertainment will develop original programming via the new venture.
The world’s most acclaimed theatre district is about to be served with some more black excellence. Your music snob’s favorite music snob is about to bring Don Cornelius’ story to life.
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson has been one of most innovative musicians of his era, and even with his formidable talent, he too had moments of doubt. In a recent discussion at the Tribeca Film Festival, the talented Roots drummer and The Tonight Show band member told a tale of how Kanye West essentially surpassed him creatively.