One comedian is taking advantage of a new law that allows adults to give each other marijuana legally.
A new book explores the dark, racist side of being a comedian.
Comedian Mike Epps explains how he almost made the wrong career choice, and what led him to become famous.
Comedian Kountry Wayne discusses his viral success and more...
Aries Spears talks about why his honest opinion about people like Kevin Hart and Jay Pharoah makes people think he's a "bad guy."
This kid definitely has a future in the NBA, if his parents decide to hone his skills.
Apparently Demar DeRozan and his teammates are in desperate need of a little bit of flair to go with their scoring and Drake and Will Ferrell are the ultimate fix.
R.I.P...Charlie Murphy had a major impact on Hip-Hop over the years...
A comedian sits down to have a question and answer session with his own pop!
Checkout Dee-1 as he describes how it feels to pay off those damn Sallie Mae Loans. Even if you haven't finished handling that school debt yet, we are sure you can relate to how it's feels to pay "Sallie Mae Back"
All-Star Weekend has come and gone. But there's still never a bad time to check out the WORST dunks in All-Star history!
Kanye and Wiz may have been beefing, but Amber Rose has taken her disses to Kanye to a new level with the hashtag #fingersinthebootyassbitch
CollegeHumor.com recently issued the second installment of "The Book of Jaden," which turns the younger Smith's tweets into a series of epic post-apocalyptic cartoons. In the latest edition, our hero’s tweets are transformed into a storyline that includes tackling climate change and defeating his arch-enemy "the Dust the Lord.”
Don't get it twisted. Blowfly (R.I.P.) could write real songs too. He wrote and produced tracks for Betty Wright, K.C. and The Sunshine Band, Sam & Dave and others. Blowfly really flexes his chops on the records below, which we believe showcases his best writing and his great singing voice. Be prepared, after Blowfly's versions of these particular songs, you will never hear them the same when they "pop up" on the radio...