Miami rapper Pitbull is no longer a fan of Donald Trump. Check out his comments on 45.
It may sound hard to believe, but there was a time where the concept of "race" did not even exist. Read on.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg is happy with her nickname and she even knows a little bit about Biggie Smalls!
A new book explores the dark, racist side of being a comedian.
Students of all races are uniting on campus at UNC Chapel-Hill, do topple a racist statue named "Silent Sam," which celebrates Confederate alumni.
Montana State University will examine the relationship between hip-hop music and the criminal justice system.
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The author of a new book is very proud to have taken cultural appropriation and the debate around Affirmative Action to new lows.
While Detroit grew geographically to accommodate newcomers, most blacks were confined to four districts in the city until about 1960. Venturing into other neighborhoods came at a considerable risk.
Even though there are worldwide sanctions on North Korea, and half the population is starving, The Supreme Leader and his family are known for their lust for luxury goods.
Comedian Adam Carolla testified in front of Congress about free speech on college campuses.
While many people struggle to look past the profanity, materialism, and high-risk messages often celebrated within mainstream rap music, hip hop culture at its core, is built on values of social justice, peace, respect, self-worth, community, and having fun.
Diamond and Silk appeared on Fox's "Sean Hannity and Friends" talkshow, and they continued to defend President Donald Trump.
Charlamagne Tha God breaks down the meaning of "black privilege" and talks about his latest book of the same name.
Smoking a little weed in America is really no big deal nowadays, but not so much so in South Korea.
O.J. Simpson will be back on the street this October. Check out five facts about the case...
DMX says it's not his responsibility to be a role model. Is he right or wrong?
Atlanta rapper Big Boi has some good advice for the Dems, as police brutality rises...
Caprice is a Polynesian singer-songwriter, director, partner and mother-of-three and is aware of the challenges facing women in music and the community at large.
It's hard to understand the magnitude of the bills he’s signing and the Russia scandal, but Angela Rye comes to our favorite podcasts, The Breakfast Club, her Twitter, and other relatable platforms to explain it to us.
Donald Trump may be attempting to agitate a trade war with China, but there can be no restrictions on the cross-border flow of hip-hop culture...
Another college in Indiana took action against an employee, over a hip-hop album cover and posted a Facebook page.
Is “manspreading” becoming a public epidemic for travelers?
Since his death in 1996, Tupac’s place in the pantheon of cultural icons has been firmly cemented. Scores of books and documentaries have detailed his life, career and tragic death, while musicians continue to pay tribute to his influence in their songs.
If you were scrolling through your Instagram around midnight Saturday morning, chances are you came across a picture of Amber Rose’s vagina.
A new tactic has been dubbed the "Poopootov" in a play on the Molotov cocktails often seen at streets protests...
J Cole's "Neighbors" video made a strong point about race but it also confused some fans...
To white Americans, the relationship between skin color and toughness or masculinity might not be obvious.
The world's top, and only rapping terrorist is in love...
The success of artists like Drake, The Weeknd and others could be a risk thanks to new Internet laws...
It took Brazilian artist Iaco one minute to whip out a can of spray paint and write “doria” seven times...
There is a new movement on college campuses called Black Minds Matter, to prepare African-American students for the 21st century.
Students review Kendrick's DAMN....
President Obama explains all the challenges he had as student after he graduated.
One professor in Durham is going to run for Mayor and he's asking Hip-Hop heads for help!