[ooyala code=”xmNWtxMjqqSjdm2ogmTRFy01CvowdJos”] Some of the best songs are not born of one mind, but instead result from the collaboration of great artists. In 1984 Zapp And Roger’s “Computer Love” was a top 10 Billboard hit featuring Charlie Wilson and Shirley Murdock. In this interview for TheUrbandaily.com Uncle Charlie tells the hilarious story of Roger  coming […]

Your votes are in and we’re happy to declare the victor of the Greatest Black Sitcom of All Time Competition: The Cosby Show! Related: Top 9 Episodes of The Cosby Show Bill Cosby’s television depiction of an upper-middle class African-American family living in Brooklyn, NY was eyed as an early favorite in the competition. The […]

Amber Rose can actually talk, who would have known?! After months of believing that Kanye West had a gag order on the ex-stripper she opened up to Foxxhole Radio. Amber confronts comparisons to Kim Kardashian, talks about Kanye West’s VMA Moment with Taylor swift, not liking 3somes and turning people out with Hennessey. What a […]

Mike Jones…Who? Mike Jones laid off the fatty foods and slimmed down to an incredible size. The southern Ice Age Entertainment rapper looks completely different but you can tell it is him by the tattoo on his right hand of an “H.” Mediatakeout.com adds the fact that they think he also got his eyebrows done […]

Arts & Entertainment, Black History Month, Music

If you’re in the entertainment business, in any fashion, it’s safe to say Quincy Jones has had some influence on you. From creating some of the most memorable music in history to founding one of hip hop’s most loved magazines, Quincy Jones has done it all. WBW: Samples of History: Hip-Hop Mines Afrobeat In celebration […]

Now that almost every MC is altering their voice using the latest studio equipment, The Urban Daily is paying tribute to 10 MCs whose real voices are as critical to their success as their lyrics.

Forbes put out their list of the wealthiest people in Hip-Hop this week. Can you guess who made the list? 5 & 4: 50 Cent & Bryan “Birdman” Williams The top five starts out with a tie between G-Unit superstar 50 Cent and Cash Money mogul Birdman aka Baby at $100 million. 50 Cent made […]

The 1990’s was a great decade for NFL football. The San Fransisco 49ers made way at the top of the football heap for the Dallas Cowboys and no one could beat the Buffalo Bills, except the NFC representative in the Super Bowl. For “Way Black When” I present the top 9 Black NFL players of […]

After more than a month of voting and sitcom upsets such as The Jeffersons and Good Times being voted out of the competition, we’re happy to announce the two Finalists in our Greatest Sitcom of All Time Competition: The Cosby Show and Martin. See Greatest Black Sitcom Bracket Challenge It was an easy road for […]

In this exclusive interview for TheUrbandaily.com, singer and songwriter Jeff Redd shares what inspired his club classic, “You Called And Told Me” and how it remains a must-play song on dance floors across country. The 1991 hit was produced by  Dave “Jam” Hall  and was  featured on the soundtrack to the movie Strictly Business. RELATED […]

Jennifer Hudson, Gabrielle Union, Kimora Lee, Lauren London, Tia and Tamera, Angela Bassett, Nicole Ari Parker and many more classy ladies came out for 4th Annual Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon. Tia Mowry Hardrict was pictured with her sister Tamera holding her baby bump. Jennifer Hudson as photo’s holding baby David Jr. She was honored […]

Hip hop producers are known for digging deep in the crates for the records they use to create the songs we all know and love. No genre is immune from being sampled! Here are some songs you might know that have sampled Afrobeat records! Missy Elliott “Whatcha Gon’ Do” Taken from Missy’s 2001 album, Miss […]