DJ Quik and JasonMartin Discuss Their New Album ‘Chupacabra’ and Their Status As Veterans In the Rap Game

Their second collaborative project features Lil Jon, The Game, Big Hit, and more.

Xzibit On Growing His Brand In The Cannabis Industry and Why He Loves Being Underestimated

Just in time for 4/20, the West Coast legend discusses the grand opening of his dispensary, Xzibit West Coast Cannabis, touring with Ice Cube, and his forthcoming album “King Maker.”

Jason Lee is Leading In the Race For Stockton City Council

The CEO of Hollywood Unlocked could be headed for a runoff election for the District 6 seat in November.

San Francisco Mayor London Breed Plans to Offer Summer Courses In Partnership With HBCUs

The mayor also envisions establishing an HBCU satellite campus in the city.

California Introduces Reparations Package -- With No Cash Payments

The proposal includes the restoration of property that was taken by “race-based” cases of eminent domain and state funding for “specific groups.”

ESPN’s Marc Spears Gets Apology After Racial Profiling Incident

The journalist accused employees of a California home furnishings store of subjecting him and his friends to racial discrimination.

Huntington Beach, Calif., Cancels Black History Month and Other Diversity Observations

Black History Month along with other monthly heritage-themed commemorations will no longer be formally observed in the city.

What Happens When Black Men Chop It Up at a Desert Mental Health Retreat? You’d Be Surprised

Reflection: A rare occasion for all of them, it begs the question of why it doesn’t happen more often.

New Calif. Sen. Laphonza Butler Says She Will Not Run To Replace Dianne Feinstein

A crowded candidate field is vying for the coveted senate seat.

California Establishes Ebony Alert System To Help Find Missing Black Youths

The new system will help address racial disparities, says state Sen. Steven Bradford, who spearheaded the measure.