Slick Rick breaks down his new creative advertising campaign in Times Square.
The sense of time passing prompts us to ask what Shaft signified for black America in the early 1970s, in 2000 – and what he might mean in this latest incarnation.
Berner just did a big deal with Maryland's leading producer of cannabis in the state.
Chance the Rapper's manager is pushing a new wine called Lil Fizz.
The Queen of Bounce spoke a business relationship with Ben & Jerry's.
Branding expert Irina Leoni of Dream Responsibly Productions gives up the game on how to take your branding to the next level.
Dr. John Huber.explains some major life lessons you can learn from watching "Game of Thrones."
The best players get the most lucrative contracts, and there seems to be a long leash for narcissistic behavior.
Can gang culture really be monetized?
Reputation management expert Ryan McCormick checks in with CollegeHipHop to explain why Jussie Smollett's career is over.
The rapper and the world's top gamer are working together to do a "historic" live-stream.
Chuck Inglish recently sold some of the royalties being generated from his music streams using a new app called Vezt.
Was Don Lemon was right when he said white males are the biggest threat to society?
The Detroit hip-hop community organized a citywide campaign to get young voters to the polls.
New data shows unless something changes very fast, Millennials participation in the mid-terms is going to be super low.
We all have that voice in our head that tells us how bad things are going to turn out. Here are some tips to turn that voice off.
A black-owned bank just launched a controversial new ad campaign celebrating the NFL protests.
A higher education is one way to success. But does it have to come through college?
Jesse Kay of The Nue Agency checks in to drop off a business plan that will work for all sized brands.
One of the nation's biggest healthcare unions in the country helped fund an event featuring Dave East, G Herbo and others.
Ninja has already conquered the gaming world. How will he do with a new music project?
Rapper Mikey McFly bares his soul on his latest release.
There's a dope new Hip-Hop photo exhibit at Annenberg Space.
Girls Who Code, an influential organization that helps young women get into tech, just put out their debut album.
AXE is known for producing body sprays, but now they hope to put out hit records.
Did you eat at too many BBQ's this summer? Michelle Obama's personal trainer wants to help you get fit again.
Are you working too hard? It's time to take a vacation and not feel bad about it.
Mike WiLL Made-It & Rae Sremmurd's Slim Jxmmi announced the recipients of 2018 Making Wishes Matter scholarships.
One comedian is taking advantage of a new law that allows adults to give each other marijuana legally.
Landrie Hatcher is putting his Public Relations degree to work for him in Hollywood.
Social media is a world of Illusions. Most Americans are straight fronting according to the data.
Uncle Luke has had an amazing career, and now he will be the subject of a new documentary series.
The term world music may have been a useful way to signpost non-Western music to listeners who had previously only known performers from the UK and US.
Marshmello and Juicy J have linked up to drop a sign language version of their video "You Can Cry" for their hearing impaired fans.
Drake releases a classic hip-hop album with his 5th LP, "Scorpion."
Amber Rose's new vape pens also come with some groundbreaking technology.