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During part two of my Getting To Know Cardi B interview, we focused on her music and personality.

It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from R&B crooner Mario, but he’s back with new music and a new sound.

Nate Parker isn't shying away from the controversy about his past.

Allegations of sexual abuse against Afrika Bambaataa have been swirling for weeks, and now the hip-hop pioneer is finally breaking his silence.

When you think of soul singer Anthony Hamilton, being funny probably doesn't come to mind, but contrary to popular belief, the "Amen" crooner is knee-slappingly hilarious.

As Black History Month comes to an end, we’re giving you one more healthy dose of Black excellence from the self-proclaimed “Classic Man” – Jidenna. When it comes to creating innovative concepts with Black artists and breaking barriers, PepsiCo has found itself at the forefront of cultivating a space for artists of color to share their culture […]

Montana of 300 stopped by to discuss his rise in the rap game, being different from other Chicago artists, hanging with Kanye West and Rick Rubin, and details about his new project.

The past decade has been filled with trials and tribulations for New York rappers Remy Ma and Papoose.

As an artist who's thrived on being "ahead of her time," But You Cain't Use My Phone is a project indicative of a highly evolved Erykah who's operating on yet another "frequency."

You've probably heard her soulful voice on Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment's Surf album and Chicago newcomer Towkio's "Heaven Only Knows," but there's more to Eryn Allen Kane than background vocals and guest features.