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From an urban hip hop star to a conscious, knowledge dropping legend, Mr. David Banner has made a name for himself by speaking the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Check out what the...

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Rapper Tupac’s death was and still is a major mystery that we have spent the last two decades trying to solve. Though he’d passed so suddenly, he is still a huge influence amongst the hip...

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Xscape is an amazing African American girl group that has made some of the most beautiful music that we’ve ever heard. From ‘Understanding’ to ‘Softest Place On Earth,’ we absolutely love everything that they represent...

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Hip Hop Icon 2Pac Shakur has always seemed to make an impact on people, even after his death and it is no secret that people have been obsessed with the late famous rapper since his...

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We all remember the hit 90’s sitcom ‘Martin,’ with actress Tisha Campbell and funny man Martin Lawrence. The show made you laugh, as well as cherish their friendship and love for one another. Check out...

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Dynamic female singing group En Vogue is an African-American R&B/Pop vocal team who’s original line–up consisted of singers Terry Ellis, Dawn Robinson, Cindy Herron, and Maxine Jones. These women made songs that empowered women everywhere, such as...

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Name one black woman that doesn’t absolutely love actor Leon Robinson… We’ll wait! From ‘The Five Heartbeats’ to ‘Cool Runnings’, he has always been talented and well-worth the watch. Check out this interview that he...

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TLC was one of the biggest girl groups of all time and we love them for the inspiration that they gave and music that they made. We also will never forget Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes...

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Singer Adina Howard has been known as a hip hop $ex symbol and it was no secret that she knew just how $exy she was. Check out this video where she opens up about her...

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Tupac Amaru Shakur was a famous hip-hop star and is now an iconic legend and stamp in the music industry that he’d helped to build. We loved Tupac for his realness and amazing stage presence,...

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