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Beyonce's Renaissance Tour 2023 

We all know that once Beyonce starts something, only she can finish it. Recently Beyonce has just started her Renaissance Tour and we do not want it to end. Beyonce alone is a show to watch, but lately her daughter Blue Ivy has made continuous appearances onstage beside her mother & it has captured the hearts of us all. Blue Ivy's appearances are definitely one to remember as she's usually dressed in matching attire to her mother, leading a group of dancers beside the Queen Bey. Apparently before Blue's…

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The 2023 BET Awards is approaching 

Gen Z is ready to see all their faves and more this year at the 2023 BET Awards. The nominees have just been released and we are going crazy ready to cheer on our fellow Gen Z members. We're beyond excited to see who takes the crown for “Album of the Year." Nominees include "Anyways, Life’s Great" GloRilla, "Breezy" Chris Brown, "God Did" DJ Khaled, "Her Loss" Drake & 21 Savage, "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers" Kendrick Lamar, "Renaissance" Beyoncé and "SOS" SZA. We already know the SOS warriors will be…

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The Little Mermaid 2023 

Everyone has a favorite Disney Princess, and this year everyone's favorite is the 2023 Ariel who is representing the black culture with melanated skin & her ginger colored dreadlocs. Since it's release on May 26th 2023, Ariel played by Halle Bailey, has had everyone wanting to be apart of her world, LITERALLY. Aside from the fact that our Ariel is portrayed as African American, the movie has been adapted from animation to live action, which is so cool. If you were more into superhero's growing up and are…

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SZA Raises the Charts after releasing album "SOS" 

SZA’s SOS makes it a month at No 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, as the album spends a forth straight and total week atop the list since Jan 14, 2023. SOS is the first album by a women to spend its first four weeks at No 1 in a year. SOS is asking the first R&B album by a woman to have four weeks at No 1.

New Netflix Series "Wednesday" Cast Catches All The Hype  

Jenna Ortega lead star in Netflix Wednesday says Enid would’ve dated “in a perfect world”. Since the premiere of Netflix’s Wednesday, there’s been a lot of talk about the romantic interest of the two on the show.  The duo of Wednesday and Enid has become one of the most popular ships of the series, with fans officially christening the budding couple with the hashtag #Wenclair. The hashtag #Wenclair has over 1 billion views of more on most social media platforms. And, as it turns out, viewers are not alone…

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Season 2 Premiere of Netflix's Ginny & Georgia 

Ginny & Georgia season two hit Netflix January 5th and the world can not stop talking about it. The mother-daughter small town drama became a runaway hit with season one and season two delves deeper into the darker themes of try series, touching on many difficult topics such as self harm, generational trauma, depression and abuse. Though the show balances the weight of these experiences with excitement of mystery, silly humor, and compassionate romance, secrets are what drive season 2 to its cliffhanger…

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Season 2 of Peacock's Madagascar: A Little Wild 

Our senior editor sat down with two of the cast members from Peacock's Madagascar A little Wild to get the inside laughs on season 2.  Kate the Zoo Keeper and Gloria the Hippo gave some tips and secrets on their animated roles. Kate played by Jasmine Gatewood and Shaylin B the Hippo both shared insights on their most excitements moments plus song some tunes from the amazing sound track.  Season 2 centers around the crew leaving the zoo to experience a wild journey in New York City.  I don't know about you…

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The 28th Annual PAFF SHAQ's "Foster Boy" Premiere  

At the 28th Annual Pan African Film Festival executive producer, SHAQ aka Shaquille O'Neal walked the carpet with the cast Shane Paul, Krystian Tu and more for the premiere of Foster Boy. The team is hoping to raise awareness globally of the dreadful overlooked problems of the foster system. 

Essence presents the 13th Annual Black Women in Hollywood luncheon  

Essence honored just a few of the phenomenal black women who deserved to be seen. Our senior editor Dai Time was on the carpet to interview some phenomenal females, hear some uplifting speeches and not to mention witness fabulous attire. Essence’s Black Women in Hollywood awards, for the thirteenth year, fills the gap between the Academy and real life.  Click any photo to see our red carpet footage.