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Detroit rap is currently one of the biggest sounds in Hip-Hop right now, and for good reason. The realness, style, and wit that Detroit rappers possess is totally different than artists from other cities. But when most people think about the current music coming out of the city, positive...
The NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) deals have changed the landscape of college basketball forever. What once was a multibillion-dollar business founded on free student labor is now an industry that has begun to share the wealth with those who generate it. Companies can now partner with college athletes and...
Lexi Allen is a part of a rare breed of multifaceted entertainers. Born and raised in Toledo, Lexi first came to Detroit to sing background vocals for Fred Hammond and soon found herself deeply connected with the Black Christian entertainment community. Since then, she’s made a name for herself...
The Detroit and Atlanta connection is stronger than ever before thanks to STARZ’s hit show BMF. Since 2021 the series has been one of the best crime shows on tv and an excellent showcase of Black acting talent. In celebration of their 3rd season, STARZ has teamed up with...
Photo Credit: Anthony Harvey Peace and mental well-being are often times hard for a person to obtain. And when you grow up in the streets of Detroit, it can seem almost impossible. However, with the power of music and knowledge of self, Courtney Bell believes that he can help lead...
Derschaun Brown is the Executive Director for Friends of the Children Detroit, division of a  national model and organization that has been serving at risk (or as she likes to say, “at promise) youth for 30 plus years. There are 36 chapters of Friends of the Children, and Detroit...
There’s nothing more heartwarming than a Black love story, and there’s no better way to celebrate Valentine’s day than snuggling up with your soulmate and watching a Black romance play out on screen. However, with so many movies on so many streaming platforms, it can be hard to find...
Anime, video games, fandom, and togetherness were themes last weekend at the first-ever Isshocon. The 3-day anime convention is the brainchild of Angelo Williams and Terry Alexander, a gay couple from southeast Michigan who co-owns a niche Japanese shop named Otaku Detroit. After years of attending other conventions hosting...
On February 4th, the Detroit Institute of Art (DIA) will be debuting its newest exhibition Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898-1971. Originally put together by the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, this temporary addition to the museum will be both a celebratory and educational experience. Regeneration will feature almost 200 pieces...
Detroit swag is nationally known. Whether it be the way we flaunt our buffs (Cartier glasses), or the heavy Carhartt coats we rock, the city’s impact on fashion in America can’t be denied. Ken Walker however, is looking to take Detroit fashion to the international level. Walker is a...
The Michigan Wolverines have a chance to win the college championship for the first time in 27 years. After a season full of controversy and drama, Jim Harbaugh and his boys have a shot to cap off their season with a fairytale ending. Every sports fan in Michigan will...
After spending more than a year in prison for breaking his parole, eastside Detroit rapper 42 Dugg is finally free. And what better way to celebrate than by performing in the heart of his hometown? Dugg will be taking over Little Ceasar’s Arena on the 19th of January alongside...
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