Making Friends With Black People is the basis of a buddy comedy show about the state of race relations in the U.S. that’s being developed as a sitcom for NBC.

On a special episode of Oprah, Brad Pitt came by to share the ins and outs of his tabloid-headlining relationship and came across a startling revelation when it came down to him and the opposite sex.

Listen to the latest track from Ludacris’ forthcoming, Theatre of The Mind, produced by DJ Premier.

Bummed that the elections are over? Well, Variety has put together this cheat-sheet for you so when you commence your Oscar Night drinking games, you’ll be more than well-versed on who’s who!

He told us all that he won’t stop and that he can’t stop… So, the actor/rapper/mogul known as Sean “Diddy” Combs will join the cast of CSI: Miami for a two-episode appearance set to air on CBS.

The first season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta may have ended its first season, but after such a spirited reunion special, E! will surely bring this entertaining show back for another one.

The racial tensions being felt in the U.S. is being challenged in an interesting set of events by Al-Qaeda. The second-in-command of the Islaminc militant network calls President-elect Barack Obama a betrayer.

While The Blueprint 3 won’t hit shelves until early 2009, his former business parter-slash-friend, Damon Dash and mentor, Jaz-O, have some strong words for Jay-Z.

Now that you’ve read The Urban Daily’s excellent review of Beyonce’s I Am…Sasha Fierce, see what other sites, magazines and blogs around the web are saying.

Factor 5’s Julian Eggerbrecht has spoken out on the heavily rumored Superman video game. Why is this important to you, The Urban Daily…? Because the Man of Steel hasn’t been given its dues since the Atari 2600.

With video games more than aptly becoming a part of our daily relaxation, National Geographic is wading into the video game biz by lauching their own full-fledged games division.

According to Variety, NBC and producers anxiously continue to keep a tight lid on the Amy Poehler sitcom, but details have begun to leak out. Quincy Jones’ daughter, Rashida Jones, is set to join the cast as Ann Logan.