Rap group None Before on signing Roc Nation Equity Distribution Deal

    Photo: Provided by None Before   The south is known for many things that impact the music and entertainment industry. One notable quality is that the south continues to generate new waves of MC’s such as South Carolina duo None Before who has now made their official stamp in the music industry

The musical journey of singer Shirley Murdock to air on TV One’s “Unsung”

    Photo: Provided by Shirley Murdock   Shirley Murdock, the soulful songstress from Toledo, Ohio, is best known for her hit single “As We Lay” and singing the background vocals on the classic love ballad “Computer Love” by Zapp & Roger. Her journey into superstardom will be televised for the world to see

Actress Tetona Jackson on breakout role in BET’s “Boomerang”

    Photo: On Mogul   It’s been 27 years since Boomerang captivated audiences with its romantic storyline. The tale is of ad executive Marcus Graham played by Eddie Murphy, the incomparable comedian, and actor, who is indeed the ladies man. The drama classic has now turned into a BET series since it’s 1992

Actress Victoria Rowell talks life after “The Young & The Restless,” death of co-star Kristoff St. John

    Photo: Provided by Victoria Rowell   Victoria Rowell is best known for her role as Drucilla Winters on the number one daytime television show “The Young and The Restless” from 1990 until her final appearance in 2007. Her character, a once runaway teen who later transitions into a supermodel and becomes the wife of Neil Winters

Rapper Common on promoting consciousness and the importance of providing services to Black youth

    Photo: Provided by United Way of Atlanta African American Partnership   Chicago native Common (born Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr.) has been rocking the mic since the 90s, and the MC is known for his conscious lyrics on records such as “I Used To Love H.E.R.,” “The Light,” “The 6th Sense”, plus many more.

Recap Friday: Brian Hamilton Foundation helps returning citizens start their own business

    Brian Hamilton Foundation is a beacon of hope for returning members of society. Hamilton and Reverend Robert J. Harris started working at prisons to teach inmates how to become entrepreneurs. Twenty-six years later, an act of service is now a national non-profit.   On Saturday, January 26, Inmates to Entrepreneurs held a