From twerking to braids, our culture has constantly been appropriated by those that are not members of our community. When former Disney darling Miley Cyrus ditched the mouse house and embarked upon a poor attempt at twerking, the media went wild over her unconventional moves and a dance that black people originated went mainstream. […]
It’s time to get Unboxed with celebrity interior designer Nikki Chu. New Season. New Trends. New Style. Catch the Season 2 premieres Tuesday, August 6 at 8PM ET.
In a world seemingly filled with scammy websites, poor service and even worse quality, it’s a relief to find businesses and products that are actually worth their salt. Thus, word of mouth can usually be the best way to find out where to spend your hard-earned money. Our aspireMKTPLC host, Vee Prince, spills about a […]
It was around 7:00 pm last Saturday when I was sitting on the couch with my mother. “Mom, are you familiar with Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing?,” I asked as I turned to face her. She looked at me in disbelief. “Duh, Mo! That movie is a classic. Don’t tell me you haven’t seen […]
Black people have created and influenced just about every genre you can think of – jazz, hip hop, pop, rock, gospel, country (which, yes, we invented!) and more. The U.S. finally took note in 1979 and initiated Black Music Month – also known as African American Music Appreciation Month – a month-long celebration highlighting the […]
In a surprise twist to his commencement speech at Morehouse College, billionaire investor and richest black person in America, Robert F. Smith announced that he would be paying off the entire student loan debt for each of the 396 students comprising the 2019 graduating class. The reveal was met with thunderous applause and chants of […]
The wait is over… almost. The countdown is on and we’re just a few months away from the Season Two of Unboxed with Nikki Chu.
April 17 in conjunction with the film release, Homecoming: The Live Albumwas dropped and on this day in history all planned productivity ceased.
Dear Uncle Sam collected more than 3.4 trillion in revenue from taxes during the 2017 Fiscal Year.