black entertainment

How Darrin Dewitt Henson Danced His Way into Hollywood

Growing up in the Bronx, NY, Henson says the city had a reputation for being tough, but he remembers it being an amazing creative environment. Henson notes that New York was the birthplace of hip hop and says growing up in this burgeoning music scene allowed him the freedom to express himself artistically.

Malik Yoba is Giving Back Through Real Estate, Education, and Media!

“It was a moment while shooting, I wanted to bring three of my passions together, real estate, filmmaking, and young people,” said Yoba. “I shared that idea with a woman who is now my Chief of Staff. Two days later she gave me a deck which said, ‘I rebuild New York,’ and she had articulated my vision.”

Meet The New Respects

Performing together as adolescence, The New Respects is a Nashville-based soul/pop/rock band set to uplift audiences with their throwback sound and catchy hooks.

Maurice White, Founder of Earth, Wind & Fire Dies at 74

Maurice White, prolific songwriter, composer, producer, arranger, leader, and co-founder of one of most the successful bands in the world died on Thursday, February 4, 2016 at his home in Los Angeles. The cause of his death is unknown but it is known that White had battled Parkinson disease for two decades. He was 74.