Grammy Award-winning producer and reality show personality Stevie J is next up to tell his story on TV One's hit series "Uncensored". He sat down for an interview with Hip-Hop Wired to talk about his experience and what keeps him motivated throughout everything.
TV One's "Unsung" series returns on Sunday, March 6th with a look at the captivating R&B group Soul For Real, who made a mark for themselves on Uptown Records with the backing of Heavy D. and Andre Harrell. The episode looks back on their ascent to fame, and how they've navigated life and are creating new music as a group after their hiatus.
R&B singer and songwriter Keyshia Cole is the subject of the season premiere of TV One's "Uncensored". The show, which will air on Sunday, March 6th, will feature Cole talking at length about her career and family situations and the peace she's at now.
Rapper DMX's final interview before he died is set to air on TVOne on the network's popular "Uncensored" series.
For your MLK Day viewing pleasure, TV One is sharing educational and entertaining content centered around an icon of the Civil Rights movement.
After years of fans wondering what happened with Eve's short-lived UPN sitcom in the early 2000s, the rap star painfully admits her penchant for partying was the cause of its cancellation. Catch Eve reveal the backstories about her life in the limelight and more on TV One's "Uncensored" docuseries.
An emerging streaming app is about deliver even more Black excellence to its viewers. A new partnership is set to give our culture a bigger platform to shine.
Lamar Odom has lived one hell of a life. The former NBA baller sat down with TV One’s Uncensored and got very candid about the mistakes he made in life. One egregious error, in particular, is gaining attention, and that was him choosing Khloe Kardashian over Taraji P.Henson.
As we continue to mourn the loss of the “Queen Of Soul” Aretha Franklin, tonight presents an opportunity to know the woman behind the legendary voice. Airing tonight (Aug. 16) on TV One, Urban One founder Cathy Hughes spoke with Franklin for a candid discussion on her life, music and much more.
One of the most tragically unsolved murders in Hip-Hop history is that of Boogie Down Productions founder Scott “DJ Scott La Rock” Sterling. TV One’s Celebrity Crime Files series recently spotlighted the Bronx native that formed the seminal Hip-Hop group with KRS-One but whose life was tragically cut short on August 27, 1987.