Atlanta-based genre-bending artist, Brittany Bosco provides us with yet another emotional rollercoaster music video, “Joker,” directed by SupaDope.
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Human rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson on TEDTalks: “We will ultimately not be judged by our technology, design. Ultimately, you judge the character of a society… by how they treat the poor, the condemned, the incarcerated…”
Unsolicited Celebrity Advice for Rihanna, Chris Brown and Whatever His Girlfriend’s Name Is… by Kid Fury
Hilarious African-American pop culture blogger Kid Fury offers some advice to Rihanna, Chris Brown and his current girlfriend Karrueche Tran aka “Kar-coochie,” “Kock-roachie,” “Karne Asada” and “Krispity crunchity peanut buttery bitch.”
The Weeknd’s new video for “The Knowing” may be the most interesting thing we’ve seen all year!
Clearly seeking attention, Rape Crisis Center spokeswoman Ellen Kelly feels the singer’s new video promotes objectivity and possession of women.
As Ms. Jhené Aiko prepares to fulfill our souls with a new material, she’s released a new video featuring Revy ‘Two Hands’ from the Black Lagoon anime series.
When Rihanna recently premiered her mini-movie/music video for “Man Down,” she must have known that a controversy would erupt.
Y’know that guy that just can’t take a fucking hint? In fact, the only hint he can see is that you are obviously in love with him, aren’t you? Aren’t you!?!?!? The Foreign Exchange decided to put the spotlight right on that guy for their “The Last Fall” video.
In the Spring 2011 issue of HEED, covered by Kandi Burress and Rocsi Diaz, the magazine chats with Que Mosley, formerly of MTV’s Day 26. He has a new solo project and is returning to reality television in an upcoming documentary.
There has been A LOT of commentary after Chris Brown “got his frustration out” on Good Morning America this week. After his interview with Robin Roberts — where I personally feel she should have moved on — the entertainer threw what I like to call “a mantrum” which caused a bit of property damage on ABC’s set. On 106th & Park, he explained that he agreed on some talking-points and during the interview, the agenda changed.
Nine-year-old Brisenia Flores was murdered in her home in Arivaca, Arizona in May 2009. She pleaded, “Please don’t shoot me,” right before she was shot — point blank, in the face — by a member of the Minutemen American Defense Corps (MAD).
After countless debates on whether hip-hop is misogynistic or degrading to women, it’s clear that the two generations will never agree.