Lifetime Presents LUST: A Seven Deadly Sins Story & ENVY: A Seven Deadly Sins Story

The first of the Seven Deadly Sins book series, is on Saturday, April 10th, 2021, at 8 PM ET/PT this movie is a grounded morality tale that explores the power of lust, but at what cost? Continue Reading →

Atlanta: The Stars Come Out For TV One’s ‘Rickey Smiley For Real’ Season 5 (Photos)

For you “Rickey Smiley For Real” fans in Harlem, TV One pre-screened the season five premiere episode of their hit docu-series, “Rickey Smiley For Real” for VIP’s at Regal Atlantic Station last night. Continue Reading →

Atlanta: WE tv Reveals Second Season Trailer for ‘Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta’

The heirs of Atlanta hip hop are back, on the new season of Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta, and testing the legacy of family and the code of the streets. Continue Reading →

Harlem, Now Serving Throwback Jerseys In 5001 Flavors

By Eartha Watts-Hicks

Music icons of the 90s, Harlem’s Tupac, Notorious B.I.G., Mary J. Blige, we’ve followed their careers and admired their styles. Continue Reading →

Nashville: Black Music Honors With Harlem’s Teddy Riley, The Jackson’s And More (Photos)

On August 19, 2017, Central City Productions payed tribute to The Jacksons, Pastor Donnie McClurkin, Slick Rick, Guy, Oleta Adams, and Jody Watley at the Black Music Honors at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville, TN. Continue Reading →

Nashville: The Jacksons, Guy, Oleta Adams And More At The Black Music Honors 2017

Central City Productions will pay tribute to The Jacksons, Donnie McClurkin, Slick Rick, Guy, Oleta Adams and Jody Watley during the Black Music Honors, a live taping television special that will take place on Friday, August 18, 2017, at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) in Nashville, TN. Continue Reading →


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