"I think what happens with true art is that it has to cause conversation," the rapper said.
"It wasn’t an easy show to put together," the hip-shaking singer said. "There was a lot of work behind it, a lot of stress."
The 28-time Grammy winner talks about navigating the entertainment industry and how as a young Black woman, she knew she "couldn't mess up" or it would all go away.
This is the most woman-heavy and diverse class in Rock Hall history, with fans celebrating several long-overdue accolades.
Jay-Z is opening up about family life with Beyoncé — and not pushing their own dreams and aspirations on their three kids.
Blue Ivy took home the award in the best music video category for Beyoncé's "Brown Skin Girl" video
On the same day news broke that Moet Hennessy will acquire a 50 percent stake in Jay-Z's Champagne brand, Tina Knowles-Lawson posted a tribute to him for being a "bad ass brother."
Griselda rapper Benny the Butcher talks about his acting debut in the new film "Conflicted," recovering from a recent shooting, his partnership with the Buffalo Bills, and more.
Rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black were on the last-minute list. However, Joe Exotic — whose team had a limo waiting outside his prison just in case — didn’t get so lucky.
Pepsi, the NFL and Roc Nation have announced that The Weeknd will perform during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show on CBS at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Fla. on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021. With more than 45 platinum and singles and albums over the past decade, The Weeknd released one of the […]
Blue Ivy Carter, the oldest child of Beyonce and Jay-Z, is lending her voice to Matthew A. Cherry’s “Hair Love” audiobook.Cherry tweeted the Audible link on Monday along with a brief clip.“Dreamscape presents ‘Hair Love,’ by Matthew A. Cherry,” says a child’s voice. “Narrated by Blue Ivy Carter.”Also Read: Netflix Sets New Animated Series From 'Hair Love' Director Everett Downing and Patrick HarpinOn Twitter, the reaction to little Carter’s narration announcement was substantial. The child’s named trended almost immediately as celebrities and other users congratulated Cherry and heralded her being chosen.Gabrielle Union tweeted, “This is the gift that just keeps on giving!! Being able to hear Blue Ivy give voice to this masterful story is so awesome. They try to bury us, not knowing we are seeds of strength and beauty. LOVE!”Television host Gia Peppers was excited, writing, “HOLD UP. You got BLUE IVY CARTER TO NARRATE YOUR AUDIO BOOK?!? MATTHEW. A. CHERRY. YOU BOOKED THEEEE BLUE IVY?!?” She added a few crying emojis for emphasis.Also Read: HBO Max Orders 'Young Love' Animated Series Based on 'Hair Love' Short Film by Matthew A CherryThe account for women’s lifestyle publication xoNecole declared the little girl “booked and busy.”Elsewhere, users pointed out that Carter was ideal for the position because they’d seen rude comments about her hair online and in the media for years.Others noted that Carter’s parents have given her credit on a number of their own projects, so “narrator” is really just the latest addition to her blossoming resume. One user questioned whether working with the 8-year-old is an even “bigger flex” than working with her superstar mother.In July, HBO Max ordered 12 episodes of a new animated series called “Young Love,” based “Hair Love,” which won an Academy Award.The series, which will follow the same characters introduced in the short film, will be executive produced by Blue Key Entertainment’s Monica A. Young, who produced “Hair Love,” along with Lion Forge Animation’s David Steward II and Carl Reed.https://t.co/MSZxGSkZJn pic.twitter.com/wQ8gWl30Oy— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) November 9, 2020Read original story Blue Ivy Carter, Beyonce and Jay-Z’s Daughter, to Narrate ‘Hair Love’ Audiobook At TheWrap
After protestors, including Alvin Cole's mother and sisters, were arrested this week, Jay-Z is offering to pay for their fees.
Kanye West ranted about the music industry in his latest Twitter spree — and vowed not to release new music until his current deals expire.
Rihanna, Jay-Z, Charlize Theron and other celebrities are calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the death of 20-year-old Danroy “DJ” Henry Jr., a Black football player at Pace University killed by a white police officer in New York nearly a decade ago. The case remains an “unhealed wound” for Henry’s family and the people of New York, they wrote. “The DOJ must truthfully determine whether a pattern and/or practice of discrimination played a role in the case of DJ Henry — and if it did — deliver the justice that restores this young man’s name and reputation, while giving hope to other young black men who are just like him and desperate for change," they wrote.
Beyoncé recently won a trademark battle over the rights to her 8-year-old daughter's name, following opposition from a Massachusetts business.
Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, was fatally shot while jogging through his Georgia neighborhood in February
Hollywood is voicing its support for the Black Lives Matter movement amid ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd.
During the coronavirus pandemic, when most of us are staying at home, we’re going to spotlight products that you can enjoy from your couch, whether solo or in small groups, and leave out the rest. With that in mind, here are our picks for June 1-7, including the best deals we could find for each.
“I prevail on every politician, prosecutor, and officer in the country to have the courage to do what is right. Have the courage to look at us as humans, dads, brothers, sisters, and mothers in pain. And look at yourselves.”