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A casual look at the last year of superhero films reveals that the genre is in desperate need of revitalization. Outside of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, it was the weakest year for the genre since the first Avengers took the box office by storm. From The Flash, Ant-Man […] The post Why We Need More Black Superheroes On The Big Screen appeared first on NewsOne.

In this edition of Lose One Wednesday, Ed Lover explains all of the music that came after, and as a direct result of Jodeci and Guy‘s contributions to the industry. He also explains why his surprising choice is to lose Jodeci over Guy. Click on the audio player to hear this fascinating hip-hop history lesson on The Ed Lover Show. 

In this edition of Lose One Wednesday, Ed Lover explains all of the music that came after, and as a direct result of, Jodeci and Guy‘s contributions to the industry. Click on the audio player to hear this fascinating hip-hop history lesson on The Ed Lover Show. 

Even if you haven’t seen “The Best Man Holiday” yet, the scene in the trailer where the four male leads are lip-syncing to New Edition’s classic “Can You Stand The Rain” is already a mega hit. But in any creative process there are drafts and the final product isn’t always what was planned. So what […]

Queensbridge MC Nas has shared some details about the split between him and his ex-wife Kelis during his episode of Behind The Music. There, he revealed when she left all she left was her green wedding dress. With the help of Salaam Remi‘s production, Nas is delving into further detail in the form of “Bye […]

R&B sensation GUY has announced that the group will be taking part in two television specials this month honoring Black History. “Way Black When,” a month long celebration of Black pop culture from the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s, will feature a performance by Guy tonight, February 17 on TV One at 10 p.m ET.  “Way […]

Teddy Riley changed the face of black music in the ’80s and early ’90s with the New Jack Swing sound he laced artists like Michael Jackson, Keith Sweat and Bobby Brown, as well his own groups Guy and Blackstreet.

Wale & Lloyd recently performed their brand new collaboration, “Let’s Chill” at a concert at Bowie State University.

Word must be getting out that Trey Songz REALLY loves his fans. One attendee of HotHipHopDetroit’s Summer Jam made her way back stage and stole a pair of the R&B singer’s boxer briefs.

spotted @ Bossip.com Trey Songz is continuing his quest to be the bedroom bully of 2010  recruiting Amerie to remake Guy’s classic, “Let’s Chill.”