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Dive into Drake's sonic love letter to Detroit! Discover how the 6 God turned fines into musical triumph in the heart of Motor City. #DrakeLovesDetroit
Revel in Gigi Dia's triumph as an actress & beauty icon, pushing boundaries, and empowering diversity! ??✨
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Discover the power of Caribbean superfoods in this sensational new Black-Owned skincare line, Sweet July Skin! ?✨ #SweetJulySkin
Don't miss out! ? Relive the magic of the 2023 BET Awards: amazing performances, Hip-Hop's 50th anniversary, and touching tributes. #BETAwards
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In celebration of his 20th anniversary of being signed to Motown Records, KEM is set to release both his debut memoir and his first live album
Hip-Hop Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary at The 2023 ESSENCE Festival of Culture
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Soul and R&B sensation Deva Mahal is set to drop a two-part EP series entitled, Future Classic, with Volume 1 -- Classic set for release this Friday, March 17, 2023.
2023 Music Tours We're Looking Forward to Attending
We've curated a list of our favorite artists that are going on tour. For example, fresh off of the success of her second studio album, SZA will embark on the highly-anticipated SOS Tour in February. The 19-date run will hit cities such as Detroit, Toronto, DC, New York, Atlanta, and several others.. For a bit of nostalgia, Janet Jackson and New Edition both start their separate tours, titled Together Again and The Legacy Tour.
We are looking for the brightest storytellers to Work with Editor in Chief Darralynn Hutson for a 12-week Editorial Apprenticeship. 
STAND explores the personal struggles of Abdul-Rauf – born Chris Jackson in Gulfport, Mississippi – and how he overcame overwhelming odds, including extreme poverty and Tourette’s Syndrome, to make it to basketball’s biggest stage.
This fascinating biography of the late Colin Powell brings to light his towering achievements and errors in judgment during a lifetime devoted to public service. 
He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1975 -- the first Black player to be so honored -- but declined to attend the ceremony. He wouldn't accept his ring until a private ceremony in 2019. He announced on Twitter he had finally accepted the honor, saying he didn't deserve to be the first Black player to go into the Hall of Fame.