Los Angeles-based alt. R&B singer-songwriter Kelela engages in an animated war with herself in the official video for “A Message.”
Detroit lyricist and former Slum Village member Elzhi reflects the bitter cold of the year’s second month and J Dilla’s death in “February.”
Australian pop/R&B singer Jessica Mauboy’s fun new “The Day Before I Met You” video highlights the beauty of her Aboriginal hometown.
Rihanna’s concept album for Dreamworks’ ‘Home’ will include “Towards The Sun,” a mid-tempo pop/R&B anthem driven by motivational lyrics, pounding drums and beautifully layered harmonies.
Produced by Noah “40” Shebib, Drake’s “Jungle” incorporates Gabriel Garzón Montano‘s soothing “6 8.”
London-based duo Oh Wonder releases a fresh February groove titled “Lose It.”
Watch prolific Philly emcee Black Thought (of The Roots) perform at an intimate and exclusive charity event New York City on Thursday.
With “Blacker The Berry,” Kendrick Lamar unleashes a scathing critique on some generational intra-racial issues.
Childish Gambino’s love interest endures quite a bit of his staring, wobbling around, and finger-dancing in Hiro Murai-directed visuals for “Sober.”
Brilliant UK artist FKA twigs presents us with a metaphor of love and heartbreak in her dazzling visual for “Pendulum.”
Brooklyn emcee Joey Bada$$, BJ The Chicago Kid, and The Roots delivered a very a smooth rendition of “Like Me” for ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’
Ciara covers Italian fashion magazine L’Uomo Vogue’s Big in 2015 issue, where the singer/dancer speaks on her love for Michael Jackson, being a mom, new music and much more.
Common and John Legend have premiered the official music video for their award-winning protest anthem “Glory.”
Bob Marley’s two eldest sons Ziggy and Stephen Marley star in John Varvatos’ sleek black-and-white Spring/Summer 2015 campaign.
Common and John Legend’s Selma anthem “Glory” won “Best Original Song in a Motion Picture” at Sunday’s 2014 Golden Globe Awards.
Ghostface Killah, along with The Revelations and Kandace Springs, perform “Love Don’t Live Here No More” live on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Coultrain finds himself blurring reality and imagination in the soulful title track from his new album ‘Side Effex Of Make-Believe.’
Rapsody takes a trip to South Africa in her new video for “Godzilla.”
Iggy Azalea is not criticized because she has a vagina, she’s criticized for being a modern-day Jim Crow era-inspired minstrel without the blackened face.
Last night Big K.R.I.T. blessed the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon stage with a performance of “Soul Food,” joined by Raphael Saadiq and in-house band The Roots.