It is 2017 and Diddy is facing a reverse racism lawsuit. Yesterday, Page Six reported that a production team of white men—alums of The Howard Stern Show who are all over the age of 39—say they were fired in 2014 because they weren’t young and black.
In VladTV’s exclusive interview with business mogul Dame Dash, the Harlem man reveals how much he believes his online network, Creative Control, influenced Sean “Diddy” Combs’ television network, Revolt TV, saying that content wise there is a direct correlation between the two.
If you let the music lead the television viewing audience will follow (without the need for sex tapes, physical fights or publicity stunts). Well at least that’s the hope of the executive team behind Revolt TV.
Harlem man Diddy will start a REVOLT next weekend with the airing of “REVOLT x Coachella x 2014”, which is a special offering of a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the internationally-renowned desert music fest.
Sean Combs, the hip-hop mogul now known as Diddy, has bid about $200 million for the Fuse cable-TV channel, said three people with knowledge of the situation.
Diddy is at it again with the launch of Harlem To Hollywood, a studio for Revolt that is located at Highland Center in Hollywood, CA.
The ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards 2017 returned to The Beverly Wilshire in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 22, 2017 for its 30th annual ceremony.
Ever since Harlem man Puff Daddy dubbed himself to be the game’s one and only “Big Homie,” he’s been looking to spread love amongst the culture’s future leaders.
New York City is hosting the Super Bowl, so the days prior will have the city on fire. For instance, February 1, Drake is performing at Time Warner Cable Studios.
Black innovation has and continues to forge a path forward in American society through creativity and imagination for a better tomorrow.
In celebration of NYC Black Pride, Native Son – the leading organization championing Black gay and queer men – presents Black, Queer and Here, a town hall exploring the intersectionality of the Black LGBTQ community in partnership with Warner Bros.
Tupac Amaru Shakur, rapper, actor, activist, thug, poet, rebel, and visionary, born Lesane Parish Crooks, June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996, in East Harlem, New York.
Ivan Nathaniel Dixon II, April 6, 1931 – March 16, 2008, was a Harlem actor, director, and producer best known for his series role in the 1960s.
Comcast NBCUniversal celebrates the one-year anniversary of Black Experience on Xfinity by announcing plans to offer $1M in the form of ten $100K grants to emerging Black filmmakers.
The McKenzie Delis Foundation, a charitable organization committed to moving the dial on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in the workplace, and Ipsos.