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Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images Omarion is headed on the road, and he’s bringing some of his R&B peers. Starting in April, he’ll be making his way around the U.S. for his just-announced Vbz on Vbz Tour alongside Vedo, Tone Stith, WanMor and Jastin Martin. Set to kick off April 5 in partnership with the Black Promoters Collective, […]

Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage J. Cole has gifted fans with a vlog that follows him on the It’s All A Blur – Big As the What? Tour with Drake. Seemingly inspired by the Smack DVD series, which gives fans a glimpse of celebrities in their natural settings, the video features behind-the-scenes footage of Cole on the trek and working […]

Dune star Josh Brolin is in talks to star in Weapons, Zach Cregger‘s follow-up to his 2022 horror thriller Barbarian, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Pedro Pascal was previously set to star in the film, but the writers strike created a scheduling conflict with his commitment to Marvel’s Fantastic Four, which starts shooting this summer. […]

Ahead of the upcoming Lifetime documentary Where Is Wendy Williams?, Wendy Williams‘ niece, Alex Finnie, opened up in an interview with Good Morning America. Williams became a household name from her daytime show The Wendy Williams Show, which she hosted for 12 seasons. Known for her signature greeting, “How you doin’?” Williams entertained a massive […]

Netflix/Roger Kisby Jenna Ortega is opening up about her role in the forthcoming Beetlejuice sequel and why she’s excited to bring “weird, strange, off-putting stories” back to theaters. The Wednesday actress stars in the Tim Burton film, titled Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, as Astrid, the daughter of Lydia Deetz (Winona Ryder). Ortega described her character as “weird, […]

On this day in Black history, February 22: — In 1911, activist, writer and speaker Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, also known as the “Bronze Muse,” died. She was one of the first Black women to be published in the United States. — In 1979, St. Lucia, an island country of the West Indies in the eastern […]

NPR Music’s Tiny Desk got a visit from Jeezy, who performed a few of his tracks, keeping in line with the acoustic vibe the series is most known for.  With the help of a string quartet, live drums, keys and bass — with all the musicians wearing Jeezy’s Snoman shirts — he performed “Standing Ovation,” “Air […]

Nicki Minaj is grateful for the fans who have helped her upcoming Pink Friday 2 tour outsell her previous treks. Alongside a screenshot of a Live Nation press release announcing the tour “is now her best-selling tour to date with more than 25 sold-out arena shows in just days of presale,” she wrote, “This happened within days of […]

Universal Christopher Nolan‘s Oscar-nominated epic Oppenheimer has another record to boast about: Variety reports the acclaimed movie’s debut on Peacock beat the streamer’s previous record holder, The Super Mario Bros. Movie. As reported, the R-rated historical drama launched on the streaming service on February 16, and while the trade explains exact numbers were not released […]

Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Since she started her solo career in 2018, Normani has only released a handful of singles, including “Motivation,” the Sam Smith collab “Dancing With a Stranger” and the hit duet “Love Lies” with Khalid. But the former Fifth Harmony member is finally unleashing her debut album. Normani wrote on Instagram, “cryingg typing this rn. […]

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