The PBS classic animated show is inspiring nostalgia and rachetness.
The streets. The church. The lingo. All the above have become an accepted cultural norm for discrimination. Isn't it time that comes to an immediate halt?
Summer 2016 has turned into Escobar Season.
Now that Michael Jordan and Drake have publicly addressed police brutality, it's officially a safe topic to talk about.
Some dudes ran up on Joe Budden, so Joe Budden ran up right back.
And, social media was merciless.
Desiigner is lit over his new track “Timmy Turner,” and Lil Yachty will update his lyrics on Genius.
Drake drops solid gold Jordans.
Usher, Young Thug and Gucci Mane are collaborating again.
Social media continues to drag Rich Homie Quan while enjoying Pokemon Go.
A$AP Rocky gets heated, and Chance The Rapper and Steph Curry gig at the ESPYs.
Puff Daddy is a proud father as he hangs out by the pool with his kids.
Nick Young gets revenge on Gilbert Arenas, and The Game declares a braid war with Nick Cannon.
The supergroup consists of three parts Rage Against The Machine, one part Public Enemy and one part Cypress Hill. Together they are anti-heroes arriving at just the right time.
Where is Ja Rule to make sense of all of this?
As Blu & Nottz are set to drop “Titans in the Flesh” tomorrow, the rapper of the duo gives his favorite joint projects.
Sticking up for the Atlanta rapper just became extremely difficult.
Despite violence and tragedies hitting America, one mobile game brought everyone together.
Azealia Banks talks skin bleaching, and Gilbert Arenas makes Nick Young’s son cry.
YG offers his thoughts on police brutality, and Joe Budden remains confident in his craft.
Tyga and Kylie Jenner are back on, and Nicki Minaj throws it back to her mixtape released nine years ago.