Urban One, the parent company of Cassius and HipHopWired.com, is excited to announce the launch of the Urban One Podcast Network. Right on time for Black History Month, the groundbreaking effort only bolster’s the company’s ability to keep it fingers on the pulse of BIPOC audiences. The diverse roster of podcasts include SZN Opener, which […]

Meta Quest 2 is the leading VR headset in the game and the tech giant is highlighting some top-rated fitness apps and games for January 2023.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have had a significant impact on Black culture, and their influence on Black TV and Film cannot be understated.

"You can get really down if you start thinking about your loved ones that have died. So this balances it out. Just pour some out for them. Let's cook. Let's play music so that you don't have to be scared of death... Let's bust out some tamales, get the pozole going, and some ice cold Modelo. We'll be okay." -Mister Cartoon talking about el Día de los Muertos

Homecomings at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are magical events that combine Unity, Expression, Pride, and Camaraderie.

Pharrell Williams has cemented his place in music history. After creating The Neptunes with Chad Hugo, the Virginia native became one of the most prolific hitmakers in the 90s and the early aughts. The duo crafted memorable hits like SWV’s “Use Your Heart,” Snoop’s “Beautiful” and “Drop it Like It’s Hot,” Kelis’ (now controversial) “Milkshake,” […]

The ESPN morning show is one of the most popular sports talk shows in history and they recently announced that they will travel to Canton, Ohio, for the Black College Football Hall of Fame Classic weekend.

Roller skating rinks are making a massive comeback in NYC, and The DiscOasis is the best one open right now, but only for a limited time.

"We always talk about Black excellence, right. But I'm all about Black normalization, too... Because the truth of the matter is that Black people were always having these luxury experiences. It's just they weren't given the place to show and display them." Kent Johnson, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of "Black & Abroad"