To close out Black Music Month, we put together a list of 20 amazing duets by Black musicians released over the past two decades.

Mavis Staples and the late Aretha Franklin had slight beef over their 1987 duet "Oh Happy Day" when Franklin turned down Staples' vocals.

Rapper Azealia Banks believes that Beyoncé's venture into house music with "BREAK MY SOUL" is a ripoff of her own musical legacy.

New releases by Beyoncé and Drake recently sparked dialogue around house music, which has roots in LGBTQ culture & Black music history.

The 1993 house music classic, “Show Me Love,” by Robin S is getting a rebirth thanks to the new single “Break My Soul” by Beyoncé off her forthcoming seventh studio album, Renaissance.  In an interview on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, the house music legend took the time to thank the iconic singer for sampling her […]

We put together a few songs to sum up what Juneteenth means to Black people everywhere and also, well, it's Black Music Month, too!

Powamekka Café, a soul food eatery conceived by late emcee 2Pac, is being brought to life as a limited pop-up in Los Angeles.

The Beyhive got it right. After much speculation that Beyoncé was dropping something after she scrubbed her profile pics off socials, the superstar singer has announced she is releasing a new album, titled Renaissance, next month. In the early morning of Thursday, June 16, Tidal gave up the intel first, tweeting a message that […]

Setting up in Accra, Kendrick Lamar documented his first time visiting Ghana in a doc for his new album, 'Mr Morale & The Big Steppers.'

Queen Latifah stopped by 'Hot Ones' recently and told a surprising story of the time when she took late rap legend 2Pac to a gay club.

Take a look at how Beyoncé broke the internet with a 'B7' album hoax joke that currently has the entire internet out of formation.

Lil Nas X called out the BET Awards for his lack of nominations this year. Did they snub one of pop music’s biggest Black stars? Watch inside.