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An hour before his conversation with Cassius, NLE Choppa had one of his young career’s best bits of validation. The Memphis rapper was enjoying a vegan meal in an upscale Los Angeles eatery, getting a moment of downtime after a busy few months. His new single “Slut Me Out Pt. 2” has netted more than […]

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Today is one of the better days in the life of ascending rap star ScarLip.   A year ago, a photo shoot for her very own magazine cover seemed out of reach by more than 365 days. Although the La Bodega NY Studio, where she’s currently being photographed, stands in the same Bronx borough in […]

Power Book II: Ghost's star Michael Rainey Jr. continues to shine in his role as our favorite young street-savvy hustler, Tariq St. Patrick.

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In the second season of 'BMF,' the crime drama explores family dynamics, giving deeper insight into its main characters’ motivations and mistakes. 

For our cover story, we had the honor of speaking with a talented quartet of individuals across several industries within tech, sports, fashion, and entertainment.

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“There’s no greater feeling in the world than slamming Brad Pitt’s face on a tray table,” muses Brian Tyree Henry. The burly yet affable chameleonic actor is alluding to his bonkers fight scene with the Oscar-winning Hollywood icon in the dizzying, hilarious and outrageously violent action assemble Bullet Train (based on Kōtarō Isaka’s 2010 novel Maria Beetle). Henry […]

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Jacob Latimore is a reality star. But you won’t see his non-existent custody battles on any version of Love & Hip Hop or Marriage Boot Camp. In the real world, you’re more likely to see working-class Black people tearfully thanking him for being a surrogate of their stories via his Emmett Washington character on Showtime’s […]

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When you meet The Bobby Brown, it’s not just another day at the job. I don’t care how many famous people you’ve encountered: it’s your whole life in playback right before you, strolling in like a rock star, half-fresh-to-death, half-not giving that much of a f*ck, and also looking like every favorite uncle you’ve ever […]

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“The alignment of the whole process was so crazy I knew it was meant to be,” says the 23-year-old Banks. “I believe nothing happens for no reason. So I just said, let me surrender to the universe and ask for guidance through this whole experience.”

Pride Month

It’s an early Thursday morning in late May and I am on a video conference call virtually sitting alongside my friend, Angelica Ross, the actress, business leader, and unbossed champion for transformative justice.

August 2018

Black Panther isn't our only hero.