Author: DeRochelle Coleman
Tamia Talks New Album, "Passion Like Fire" R&B Singer Tamia joins The Steve Harvey Morning Show to celebrate 20 years in the music business with the release of her new single, "Leave It Smokin'" off her upcoming album, "Passion Like Fire."
Amazon Alexa now wants you to go hands-free in a car Columnist Marc Saltzman reviews one of the hands-free driving options, Alexa in a car.
Black Lives Matter activists crash police officer's wedding The protesters say the officer was involved in the shooting of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man who was shot eight times in his grandmother's yard.
Virginia declares state of emergency ahead of Charlottesville anniversary The group behind last year’s "Unite the Right" rally are organizing a second event on the one-year anniversary of the rally, which left one counter-protester dead.
Tamia - Leave It Smokin' “Leave It Smokin” is the lead single from Tamia’s forthcoming album “Passion Like Fire”, Instores September 7th.
Lalah Hathaway: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert Lalah Hathaway comes from royalty: Her late father Donny Hathaway's voice was crucial for my generation, setting the bar for inspired, old-school soul singing. But living in that kind of shadow can also be a burden, robbing the offspring of an identity apart from that of the famous [...]
Salim Akil on Making a "Different Type" of Superhero Show With 'Black Lightning' Salim Akil ('Black Lightning') joins Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter for this season's Genre Roundtable. He talks about bringing real world problems and African American representation to the superhero genre.
The Jump reacts to Donald Trump's LeBron James tweet The Jump's Cassidy Hubbarth, Ramona Shelburne and Chris Haynes react to President Donald Trump's tweet about LeBron James, Don Lemon and Michael Jordan, questioning LeBron's intelligence, and discuss LeBron's work in the community with the opening of the I Promise School.
Roland Martin Asks ‘Where Is The Evidence That Trump Is Pro Black?' Darrell Scott Tries To Explain The Black community was in an uproar after several Black pastors met with Donald Trump last week, and pastor Darrell Scott said, “Trump is the most pro black president.”
The Black Panther still in prison after 46 years In 1971, two police officers were shot dead in Harlem. Nineteen-year-old Jalil Muntaqim of the Black Liberation Army was convicted and sent to prison. Nearly half a century later, he's still locked up – and he believes he's a victim of his involvement in the black [...]