A grand jury in Dinwiddie, Va. indicted seven Henrico County deputies and three hospital employees in the smothering death of Irvo Otieno.

Something In The Water, the music festival spearheaded by Pharrell Williams, will return to Virginia Beach, Va. in 2023.

Pharrell Williams continues to give back to the people. His newest mission is to create a private school in his hometown for low income families.

Barry Presgraves, the mayor of Luray, used Facebook to make the racist quip.

A Black business owner was forced to pull herself together after being attacked by a racist over her store's mask policy. According to a local publication, ALX Now, Abyssinia Market & Coffee House, a Black-owned Virginia based coffee shop was vandalized and the owner, Lily Damtew, was spat on after asking a white customer to wear a mask, a new policy Damtew enforced upon the reopening of her store. 

Governor Ralph Northam tapped Pharrell to help roll out the announcement that the state of Virginia plans to officially recognize Juneteenth. On Tuesday (Jun 16), Pharrell joined Gov. Northam for his press conference in Richmond where he unveiled plans that Virginia will recognize Juneteenth as a paid state holiday. "[Juneteenth] matters now because it says to the black community, this is not just your history, this is everyone’s shared history, and we recognize it together," Gov. Northam said per the Daily Press. "This symbol, this holiday, is one step toward reconciliation."

Harry Rogers, 36, was charged with attempted malicious wounding, felony vandalism, and assault and battery after driving his vehicle into a Black Lives Matter protest just north of Richmond.

The Virginia rapper is partnering with Draper, a music industry veteran, and Davis, a former NBA star, to help aid locals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are talking Coke Rap then you have to put respect on the Clipse. But to hear their former colleague tell it most of their classic bars come from his life.

Pharrell Williams put on one of the best music festivals of 2019 in the Something In The Water festival, and revelers will once again have a chance to experience the magic. Working in tandem with his hometown of Virginia Beach, Va., Williams and his team announced an epic lineup while adding week-long programming as well.

Pharrell’s first annual Something In The Water festival this past April was a resounding success. Today (Oct. 14), the Neptunes producer, creative director and a whole bunch of other titles announced that the festival will be returning in 2020, and is damn near a week-long event.

The city of Virginia Beach in the Commonwealth of Virginia is probably still recovering from a music-packed weekend after the conclusion of the Something In The Water music festival. Pharrell Williams and a bevy of his famous friends hit up the oceanside venue and gave the thousands of fans in attendance a memory they won’t […]