Host Yo-Yo celebrates 50 years of hip hop on this interview and concert special featuring Da Brat, MC Lyte, Lil' Mo and 702 discussing their careers and performing their hits.
QUEEN COLLECTIVEBET HER PRESENTS:
Meet Up-and-Coming Nashville Rapper Daisha McBride
JOIN THE MANNS' PARTY
Tamela Mann and Kirk Franklin - "Now Behold the Lamb"
At the Manns' cozy holiday party, Tamela Mann and Kirk Franklin revisit one of their earliest gospel collaborations, "Now Behold the Lamb," first heard on their 1995 Christmas album.
DOE - "Rejoice"
DOE reminds us of the reason for the season with a soulful fireside performance of "Rejoice" that brings down the holiday house.
POWERFUL VOICES SHAKING THE TABLE
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BET Her Presents: A Fireside Chat feat. Megan Thee StallionBET Her Presents: A Fireside Chat feat. Megan Thee Stallion
Rapper Megan Thee Stallion and haircare entrepreneur Monique Rodriquez sit down with U.S. Secretary of Education, Hon. Miguel Cardona, to discuss creating a path to success through school.
BET Her Supports Suicide Prevention Week
Watch original short films about struggling in silence and the lasting impacts of past traumas when BET Her Presents: The Lifeline premieres September 10 at 10/9c on BET Her.
Black Women Building Empires on About Her BusinessBET Her Presents: About Her Business
From orthodontists to fitness experts, Black women entrepreneurs and their successful businesses take the spotlight on the new season of About Her Business, premiering August 6 at 10/9c.
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BET's Year of the Black WomanBET's Year of the Black Woman
Celebrate the culture-defining women of the BET Awards 2021 with interviews from nominees and performers City Girls, Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R., Andra Day and Megan Thee Stallion.
EXTRAS, EXCLUSIVES AND MORE
Daisha McBride's "Bounce Back" Game Is StrongQueen Collective
In this video presented by P&G, Daisha McBride performs her song "Bounce Back" while a DJ vibes behind her on the turntables.
S4 • E6Queen CollectiveFounder Girls
Director Contessa Gayles offers a kaleidoscopic ode to girlhood as young campers find freedom, sisterhood and themselves at a historically Black summer camp in San Antonio.
S4Queen CollectiveQueen Collective Showcases Camp Founder Girls
Contessa Gayles directs a Queen Collective film about a summer camp that has provided a haven for Black girls for nearly 100 years in Founder Girls, premiering Saturday at 8/7c on BET.
S4Queen CollectiveBlack Girls Thrive at Camp Founder Girls
Director Contessa Gayles discusses documenting the work of Camp Founder Girls, which has spent almost a century uplifting young Black girls while attending to their unique needs.
S4 • E5Queen CollectiveGo Behind the Scenes of Queen Collective's Bone Black
Director Imani Dennison talks about the disparities Black women in America face during childbirth and how that inspired her film Bone Black: Midwives vs. the South.
S4 • E5Queen CollectiveBone Black: Midwives vs. the South
Director Imani Nikyah Dennison examines the history and erasure of Black midwives in the South and how the attack on birth workers has created a mortality crisis in the Black community.
S4 • E3Queen CollectiveTeam Dream
Director Luchina Fisher follows friends and competitive swimmers Ann and Madeline on their journey to the National Senior Games, where they won't let age, race or history stand in their way.
S4 • E4Queen CollectiveNegra, Yo Soy Bella
Director Vashni Korin presents a portrait of Mar Cruz, an Afro-Puerto Rican woman who sources strength, healing and Black pride through the tradition of Bomba.
S4 • E4Queen CollectiveAfro-Latina Culture Is Celebrated in "Negra, Yo Soy Bella"
Director Vashni Korin describes returning to her roots to tell stories about the rich culture and Black empowerment of women on the island of Puerto Rico in her film "Negra, Yo Soy Bella."
S4 • E3Queen CollectiveThere Is No Age Limit for Two Black Swimmers in "Team Dream"
Director Luchina Fisher, whose film "Team Dream" follows two barrier-breaking women at the National Senior Games, discusses attaining her own dreams through the Queen Collective initiative.
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