Simone Biles, the most decorated gymnast in history, has been tapped to be Time Magazine's Athlete of the Year for 2021. The honor was announced on Thursday, with an accompanying profile detailing her journey of declining to compete in gymnastics events at the Tokyo Olympics, elevating the conversation about prioritizing mental health and wellness.
Time's highly-coveted 100 Most Influential People List is out, and it's infused with melanin, and WE LOVE TO SEE IT.
Annually, TIME magazine publishes a special issue that highlights the “Person Of The Year” which it has done since 1999. For its 100 Women Of The Year programming, the magazine lists 100 honorees, naming the founders of Black Lives Matter for the year 2013.
Lizzo has easily been the breakout star of 2019 and her years-long grind has paid off tremendously in the form of accolades, hit records, all while skirting past controversy. The Minneapolis by way of Detroit resident was named TIME‘s Entertainer Of The Year because, who else, really?
One of the world’s most iconic periodicals has released their yearly list and put heavy respeck on our culture. TIME has announced their “100 Next” and it spotlights some of our newest stars.
Hate him or love him, 2019 is Lil Nas X’s year. He has landed one of the most coveted covers in popular culture.
As Rick Ross prepares to release his eight studio album Black Market in December, all eyes are back on the Maybach Music Group boss once more. In a revealing interview with TIME, Ricky Rozay touches on several topics which include ghostwriting, the evolution of his brand and much more.
All eyes are on Baltimore, the latest American city to lash out after a Black man laid dead following a police encounter, and authorities had no answers. In light of the tension between citizens and local police following Freddie Gray’s death, TIME Magazine unveils their latest cover, featuring a gripping image that embodies the happenings in Charm City.
The brave men and women on the ground combating the spread of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa and worldwide have been named TIME Magazine’s Person Of The Year in 2014. Named the “Ebola Fighters” by TIME, the announcement was made Wednesday (Dec. 10) morning.
Gaining respect and displaying crossover potential in the realm of comedy isn’t easy to say, let alone do. Very few art forms are as subjective as making audiences laugh and variables such as age, gender and undoubtedly race all play a factor in being a successful comedian. (White people say Seinfeld is the best TV […]
TIME magazine has finally realized something that Hip-Hop fans have known for years. The magazine has chosen the Roots drummer and Hip-Hop renaissance man Questlove as its Coolest Person of 2013.
Jay-Z has been on plenty of magazine covers [see: Every Jay-Z Magazine Cover, Ever*], but this one is definitely special. Hova graces the front of TIME magazine, which is most definitely a big deal.