Harlem Fave Jermaine Dupri’s Talk At BUILD Is So So Def

The documentary special, “Power, Influence, and Hip-Hop: The Remarkable Rise of So So Def,” explores the prolific career of hip hop mogul and legendary producer Jermaine Dupri. Continue Reading →

Snoop Dogg On ‘UNCENSORED’ On TV One

Hip hop’s Renaissance man Snoop Dogg has been through it and seen it all. From his hood upbringing days of Long Beach, California and his splash in the West Coast gangsta rap scene to his mainstream pop music acclaim and television success Snoop’s legendary career is a story worth telling. Continue Reading →

Las Vegas: Anika Noni Rose, Snoop Dogg And More At Stellar Gospel Music Awards (Photos)

Central City Productions completed the taping of the 2018 Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards in Las Vegas at the Orleans Arena. Continue Reading →

Los Angeles: Harlem Fave LL COOL J Launches His Exclusive New SiriusXM Channel

On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, LL launched his exclusive new classic Hip-Hop SiriusXM channel, LL COOL J‘S “Rock the Bells Radio” at a special invitation-only retro roller skating event at World on Wheels in Los Angeles. Continue Reading →

DJ Khaled Turns 42 With Harlem’s Diddy, Teyana Taylor And More (Photographs + Video)

The Jasmine Brand says it’s officially Sag season! Over the weekend, DJ Khaled celebrated his birthday with a star studded birthday bash in Beverly Hills. Continue Reading →

Martha Stewart Detects Sewage Smell Uptown

And so it happened that on July 13, 2017, with two minutes left ’til 10:45 a.m., career perfectionist and Snoop Dogg spirit animal Martha Stewart, 75, became the latest person to realize that the glamorous isle of Manhattan, despite its fame and fortune and highly exclusionary housing market, still smells a lot like sewage sometimes. Continue Reading →

Juelz Santana Reps Harlem Hood On “The Get Back” (Audio)

XXLMAG reports that Juelz Santana is gearing up to drop his upcoming mixtape, The Get Back. Before it drops, the Harlem native links up with Bronx native A Boogie Wit Da Boogie for the title track of the tape. Continue Reading →

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