Unboxed Vol. #34: HAARPER Wants To Take Underground Music To The Mainstream
Combining rap and heavy metal, the Bay Area native has earned millions of streams and gained a significant following of dedicated fans
Unboxed Vol. #33: GROOVY Is Poised To Take The Sound Of New Jersey To The Masses
Blending the sub-genre of Jersey Club with contemporary R&B, GROOVY is on the fast track to becoming a breakout artist.
#Unboxed Volume 32: Teni’s Artistry is a Testament to the Power of Resilience
The Nigerian singer/songwriter displays her range and evolution as a musician on her sophomore album ‘Tears of the Sun.’
Revisiting A Tribe Called Quest’s Midnight Marauders: A 30-Year Perspective
Only their third album, the Queens natives defied the odds with another bona fide classic project.
BJ The Chicago Kid: Keeping the Soul in Music with 'Gravy'
The critically acclaimed artist talks about the creative process behind his highly anticipated joint project with super-producer Yeti Beats, sharing insights on the collaborative magic, the influence of his Chicago roots, and the essence of 'Gravy’.
It's a Vibe - Ladies of the "Soul Train Line," Pt. 1BET Soul Train Awards 2023
Look back at "Soul Train Lines" from the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s as dancers shake their groove thangs to hit tunes from every decade.
#Unboxed Vol 30: Shaboozey Remains True To His Artistic Vision That Has No Limits
Influenced by hip-hop, Afrobeats, country, and more, the native Virginian transcends all definitions and restrictions with his music.
The Time’s Jerome Benton Talks Prince, ‘Under The Cherry Moon,’ Screening And Whether He’s Ready to Retire
The musician reveals never before details about the Prince megahit “Nothing Compares 2 U."
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S1 • E4BET Her Live! Hosted by Yo-YoMc Lyte
Host Yo-Yo and rap pioneer MC Lyte trade off asking about each other's trailblazing music careers and community work before MC Lyte performs "Cha Cha Cha," "Cold Rock a Party" and more.
How ‘One Margarita’ Became The Drinking Song Of The Summer
That Chick Angel, Casa Di and Steve Terrell describe how they got Saucy Santana and Cindy Crawford on the remix.