In recent years, colleges and universities have begun to see commencement as an opportunity to book rappers!
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Public Enemy's classic 1988 song "Channel Zero" has more meaning today than when it first came out.
Most people look at the concept of being entertained as something we do in our spare time. But there's more to it than that according to a new study.
Going to the barber can literally be a matter of life and death for African-American men.
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Grime continues to provide a prominent voice of hope to those who feel that the political classes have forgotten about them.
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The upcoming Black VegFest aims to revolutionize veganism this summer.
Michael Ford has combined his love of hip-hop and architecture, and now he's going to be teaching it to students.
Sir Charles is about to school thousands of students in African-American history thanks to a new technology deal.
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Marvel’s had big hits before. But this feels like something different.
Lil Xan wants to change his image but can he do it with this name?
Director Ryan Coogler tapped his go-to composer Ludwig Göransson to come up With "Black Panther" music.
More than an app, Mulaah is a well designed, personalized mobile system that allows smartphone users to customize their device, including themes, apps, icons, and games.
Across the Atlantic, musicians in many African countries are in the vanguard of popular struggles, not only providing a symbolic soundtrack but marching on the front lines and leading social movements.
Trae Tha Truth is rebuilding Texas - literally - with the help of some famous friends.
A new app called Spotlite wants to harness the power of students, and where to find the next big thing in music.
Drake just gave some life-changing money to a student at the University of Miami.
Mathew Knowles recent comments about Beyonce's light skin shows the longstanding issues of color amongst African-Americans.
The better protest songs are the universal ones that still remain relevant years after they were first released. “The Word”, a forgotten gem which was written and recorded in 1985 by The Junkyard Band, is a fine example.
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Senator Cory Booker has a new job. Read more.
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A school in Oakland, California is teaching students the ins-and-outs of the marijuana business.
LeBron James and Nas are betting millions on a new company covering high school sports.
Sex on the dotted line might be a new saying if a new app catches on.
On Jan. 18, 1958, Willie O’Ree became the first black person to play in a National Hockey League game.
Music industry executive Brian Garrett of Future Star Music Group checks in with CollegeHipHop.com to shed light on the streaming business.
The National Black MBA Association – Austin Chapter announces the 2nd Annual HBCU Battle of the Brains competition.
Rap star Nelly has cut ties with the media Institute he helped found.
For King, love was not sentimental. It demanded that individuals tell their oppressors what they were doing was wrong.
Energy drinks are pretty much ruining a whole generation of young students, according to a new report.
Do the Billboard charts really reflect the nation's tastes? One student says no.