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.

  Since her return from incarceration, Remy Ma has been on a musical warpath. From landing feature MC verses to destroying the BET Hip-Hop Awards, the Bronx spitter has made her presence felt.   Now, she’s back with her first mixtape ‘I’m Around‘. The 12-track project features production from Sean C and LV, Ted Smooth, […]

Learning your ABCs is one of the most important things you can learn in life. You’re always going to need to use letters for something–be it reading, writing or algebra. (Side note: whose bright idea was it to add letters in math?!) A rapper named Mac Lethal decided he was going to spice up his […]

New York rapper Papoose must not have heard that you never bite the hand that feeds you. He recently released his response to Kendrick Lamar‘s verse on Big Sean‘s record “Control” where he called the California MC a joke. Despite Pap showing Kendrick a little bit of love in the beginning for letting him perform […]


“Space and opportunity.” It’s a mantra many a street hustler has recited at one point or another. At last night’s Summer Jam XX, rapper Papoose appeared to take advantage of just that. The husband of incarcerated rapper Remy Ma took the stage at East Rutherford, NJ toward the end of Kendrick Lamar’s performance, which some […]

Every year since 2008, XXL Magazine has released a “Freshmen Class” issue, which consists of new rappers who have the potential to be breakout artists. These MCs have created a buzz for themselves via the internet, social media or by simply staying consistent and dropping mixtapes left and right. But where are they now? It’s […]

Have you ever turned on the radio and the first few songs you hear are ones that you rather shoot your face off, than listen to again?

In this interview from Bedford Hills Correctional Facility rapper Remy Ma discusses how she has been treated while in jail. She has been serving an eight year sentence for shooting her former friend Makeda Barnes Joseph.