Coming-of-age drama ‘Blackbird,’ starring Academy Award winner Mo’Nique, Isaiah Washington, and breakthrough talent Julian Walker, will arrive on DVD/Blu-Ray on August 4, 2015.
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‘Blackbird,’ an award-winning gay coming-of-age drama starring Academy Award winning actress Mo’Nique and Isaiah Washington, has been set for an April 24, 2015 theatrical release in the U.S.
You can now watch Nosa Igbinedion’s sci-fi/action short film ‘Oya: Rise of the Suporishas’ for free.
Nosa Igbinedion’s sci-fi/action short film ‘Oya: Rise of the Suporishas’ is now available for streaming.
Rapper Angel Haze presents strong but disturbing visuals for “Battle Cry,” a triumph anthem featuring Australian singer-songwriter Sia.
Tamil-British bad girl M.I.A. drops a hot new banger, “MATANGI Mix for Kenzo,” featuring new and old school sounds of India blended over hyper electro and dub step beats.
African Gods and Goddesses will become modern-day superheroes in an upcoming sci-fi film, ‘Oya: Rise of the Orisha.’
Today we get our first look at Lifetime’s upcoming romantic tv film, Twist of Faith, which stars Grammy award-winner Toni Braxton, Mykelti Williamson (Forrest Gump) and David Julian Hirsh (Hawthorne).
Brazilian beauty Lais Ribeiro hits the colorful streets of Bahia to cover L’Officiel Netherlands February 2013 and pose for a stunning editorial spread titled after Gilberto Gil’s famous 1979 release, “Toda Menina Baiana.”
From the mind of Atlanta-based photographer and Noire 3000 Studios CEO, James C. Lewis comes a stunning new photography series that brings African deities to life.
“Oh what a beautiful chocolate mannn!” It’s not as if we’re at all surprised that Denzel Washington looks absolutely amazing on the cover of GQ Magazine’s October 2012 issue, but… damn. The 57-year-old two-time Oscar winner, who’s currently filming 2 Guns (his 42nd movie) with Mark Wahlberg, is the definition of sexy and debonair.
Aesop Rock keeps the impeccable visuals coming with a third new video for “Cycles to Gehenna,” which is the third single from his tenth studio release SKeLETHoN.
Major Lazer has finally released superb highly-anticipated visuals for “Get Free,” their down-tempo, ethereal new single featuring Amber Coffman of Dirty Projectors. Shot in Jamaica by director SoMe and produced by Iconoclast, the beautiful clip takes us through the island’s rich culture.
Following Frank Ocean’s open bi-sexuality, popular ungerground hip-hop artist Murs premieres a soul-stirring new video for his single “Animal Style” — where the rapper tackles anti-gay rhetoric, religion, identity, love, teen suicide and so much more.
Drake invites us to his re-bar mitzvah in “HYFR,” directed by Lil X. The visual opens with an adorable young Aubrey busting out the original “Wheelchair Jimmy” dance for the camera at a bar mitzvah back in the day, and fast-forwards to quite the rather untraditional Jewish celebration.
Actor and socially/politically conscious emcee Mos Def, now using the stage name Yasiin Bey, recently dropped his own interpretation of Jay-Z and Kanye’s infectiously popular “Niggas In Paris.”
Last night I watched along with many others as one of the most intellectual discussions of Hip-hop transpired at the New York Public Library. The three men discussed in detail Jay-Z’s new book, Decoded and touched on other subjects along the way including love, politics, religion and Jay-Z forgiving his father for leaving.