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.

Blue Ivy can barely fend for herself and she’s already becoming a victim of other people’s criticisms due to her natural hair. Recently, an online petition demanding that Jay Z and Beyonce comb Blue’s hair surfaced the internet.   As expected, there were many people who were offended by the inappropriate petition targeting a 2 […]

Music fans always complain about the Grammy Awards not getting it right when it comes to the winners. Fans were especially angry that breakthrough rapper of the year Kendrick Lamar was shut out of all seven of his nominations. India Arie, the Grammy Award-winning singer who was shut out of all seven of her Grammy […]

Nominees for the 56th Grammy Awards were announced on Friday and it’s no surprise that there are artists and fans who feel certain albums were overlooked. While most entertainers will probably keep their opinions to themselves, R&B singers K. Michelle and India.Arie made public statements criticizing their omission from Grammy contention this year. RELATED: 2014 Grammy […]

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The fact that we still have to address such topics in 2013 is beyond sad, but since this is spreading like wildfire across these internets, we see no choice but to once again have this conversation.  According to the Huffington Post, India Arie is in some very hot water for her new cover art for the […]

R&B soulman Anthony David marches to the beat of his own drum. He writes and sings about what he feels and believes his truth to be. Although Anthony David isn’t the most famous singer there is, he has been in the game for a while and has experienced a great deal. Since starting out singing […]


The annual summer concert season is distinguished by its abundance of world-class jazz festivals. And many of these festivals, including the Playboy Jazz Festival, Newport Jazz Festival and Monterey Jazz Festival, are veritable institutions at this point, having attracted millions of attendees between them. So with that sort of competition, building a new multi-day jazz […]

Happy 11-11-11 Day! It’s common knowledge you only get one chance to make a first impression. That old adage is especially true in the entertainment business. One false move and it could grand opening, grand closing for a career. With that being said, The Urban Daily decided to discuss the best debut albums of the […]

Denver, Colorado native, India.Arie, is the definition of “slow and steady wins the race.” In 2000 her debut single, “Video,” wasn’t an instant hit. It gained momentum as radio stations began adhering to the requests of fans. Contrary to the many flashy, over-the-top clips of the day “Video” was about loving yourself for who you […]

The long awaited remake of the 1985 charity song “We Are The World” premiered tonight, February 12th, during the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics.

With the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards a quickly fading memory (if it weren’t for our live blog coverage, I would’ve already forgotten what happened last night), here’s a list of the folks who probably won’t be forgetting it any time soon: the winners!