Mark your calendars because the highly anticipated 6th annual “URBAN ONE HONORS” is back! Premiering on TV One and CLEO TV.
From visionary writer and director Jeymes Samuel, The Book of Clarence is a bold new take on the timeless Hollywood-era Biblical epic.
Jeymes Samuel’s “The Book of Clarence” is a film that swings for the fences, aiming to be both a thought-provoking exploration of faith and a visually stunning spectacle.
Today, Urban One revealed the honorees for “URBAN ONE HONORS,” set to tape on Saturday, January 20, 2024, at the Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, GA.
In a heartfelt social media post over the weekend, the Harlem-born singer Teyana Taylor revealed the end of her 10-year relationship with husband Iman Shumpert.
Afropunk Brooklyn has announced the addition of Teyana Taylor to the lineup as the Sunday Night headliner.
Everyone is looking out for the highly anticipated Sundance award-winning film, A Thousand and One with Harlem superstar Teyana Taylor.
Teyana Taylor is approaching her final exit from the music industry.
Although Harlem lady Teyana Taylor recently announced that she was going to retire from music, legendary singer Dionne Warwick has other plans.
Teyana Taylor’s had it up to here with the music business making her feel “super underappreciated as an artist,” so she’s announcing her retirement.
Today BET announces the hosts and Harlem nominees for the “2020 SOUL TRAIN AWARDS” across 12 different categories.
BET announces the nominees for the 15th annual “Hip Hop Awards,” honoring the past year in hip hop music across 17 categories, like Harlem’s nominee Teyana Taylor as Video Director of the Year.
Harlem lady Teyana Taylor who has been doing big things in and out of Harlem is shooting a new reality show with her husband, Iman Shumpert, and family.
Besides being a Harlem born singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer and actress, Teyana Taylor also owns her own nail salon, Junie Bee Nails, named after her four-year-old daughter.
The coronavirus has affected many aspects of everyday life, which has prohibited many families, friends, and loved ones from gathering to celebrate the millions of graduates across the country.