Jazmine Sullivan

On this day in 1994, Mary J. Blige released her sophomore album My Life, which went on to go triple platinum and cement the singer's position as the Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul.

Jazmine Sullivan, known for her powerhouse vocals and squeaky clean media image, received peak levels of criticism Wednesday following her Facebook eulogy memorializing gospel singer Thomas "TC" Clay.

It's pretty rare for Jazmine Sullivan to make headlines for doing something messy – but alas, the time has come.

On Thursday, Kierna Mayo, Editor-in-Chief of Ebony Magazine, and JeffriAnne Wilder, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of North Florida, spoke with Roland Martin and the NewsOne Now discussion panel about the magazine cover that has set social media ablaze.

Black excellence was in ambudence Saturday evening NYC's historic Warner Theatre for "The BET Honors" celebration.

Just in time for spring, Ebony Magazine has a cover to get us hot for the season!

Sunday February 21, 2016 marked another first just in time for Black History Month.  Eleven-time Grammy nominee Jazmine Sullivan is now the first African American R&B artist to sing the National Anthem at a National Hockey League game. Sullivan brought the crowd to a thunderous cheer when she effortlessly belted out the Star-Spangled Banner at […]

The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards Nominees were named on Monday December 7th and the list is quite impressive for R&B music. By now you’ve probably…

Just hours before her Verses & Flow performance on TVOne we caught up with Jazmine on an exclusive Google Hangout to chat about the success