Black Music Month is in full swing here at Black America Web, and we decided to get a bit creative by bringing you 10 of our favorite fictional Black musicians from movies and television.
Black America Web pays tribute to famous folk who lost their lives due to gun violence, including soul legend Marvin Gaye, would-be Harlem rap king Big L and a list of other missed legends.
On the anniversary week of Whitney Houston's hit-filled 1987 sophomore album, we look back at five songs off the Diamond-selling LP that you should definitely give a spin for Black Music Month.
Check out Black America Web's list of good reads by iconic soul sirens from the past and dominating divas on the radio today, including Mariah Carey, Nina Simone, Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys, Patti LaBelle, Grace Jones and more.
Peep our exclusive chat with Kel Mitchell as he meets "the new Keenan" to discuss his partnership with World Vision, the fight for access to clean H2O through his Global 6K for Water, the season 2 premiere for his new MTV show, 'Deliciousness,' and the biggest question of all: orange soda or water?
Black America Web got the exclusive breakdown on how David Oyelowo's new film 'The Water Man' came about, straight from the actor/director himself.
Do you know a Black man with a garden? If so, give that man his flowers; he deserves them. Every Black man you know should consider building a garden in their apartment or home and for good reason. Besides the obvious reason like good air quality in the bachelor pad, green life can work wonders […]
Take a look at these child stars who are all grown and sexy now.
We celebrated Mother's Day with a VIRTUAL Fantastic Voyage Happy Hour on Friday, May 7th with some of your favorites like Sybil Wilkes, Lamman Rucker, Dominique, George Wallace, Lavell Crawford, Kym Whitley and more!
Hey Taurus fam — it's your season! Enjoy your reign from April20 to May 20 by looking at these A-list Taurus stars that share your character traits.
Entering her 15th year anniversary of her debut novel, Secret Society, Coleman inked a deal with Amazon Prime Video to release her self-made film based on the book starring newcomers Reyna Love and Erica Pinkett, plus fan favs Vivica A. Fox and Jeremy Meeks!