Malik Taylor aka Phife Dawg of a Tribe Called Quest died Wednesday at the age of 45. While an official statement and cause of death as not been released (Rolling Stone confirms), Taylor suffered from diabetes and underwent a kidney transplant in 2008. The rapper also known as The Five Footer
FLOTUS dropped a new single yesterday featuring a star-studded ensemble of female singers. The girl power anthem, "This Is For My Girls," was written by Diane Warren and features the voices of Missy Elliot, Kelly Clarkson, Lea Michele, Kelly Rowland, Janelle Monáe, Zendaya, JadaGrace and Chloe & Halle. While we know
Yeah....so...the first trailer has been released for the much-delayed Nina Simone movie starring Zoe Saldana as Nina. The film is based loosely on Nina Simone's life, and was directed by Cynthia Mort. It's no secret that controversy has surrounded the movie ever since Zoe Saldana was announced as the actress
Paul Lee, ABC's entertainment president, has resigned. According to the New York Times, the decision comes after tensions between Lee and Ben Sherwood, chairman of Disney-ABC Television Group, came to a head. The two apparently disagreed on programming choices. His successor is Channing Dungey, who becomes the first Black president of
Academy Award Winner Lupita Nyong'o and the cast of the new Broadway play Eclipsed are making history, starring in Broadway's first all Black and female production. The play, written by Zimbabwean-American playwright and actress Danai Gurira of the Walking Dead, tells the story of five women drawn together by chaos resulting from the Liberian
Earth, Wind, & Fire founder Maurice White died Wednesday at the age of 74. According to his brother and group member Verdine White, Maurice passed away peacefully in his sleep. While no cause has been specified, White suffered from Parkinson's Disease. Mr. White was born December 19, 1941 in Memphis, TN.