From Child Star to Media Mogul: Why Marques Houston Says His Worst Year Turned Into His Best Year 

In celebration of his forthcoming album, the iconic singer just dropped a new single from the project that he says was inspired by his life as a husband and father, and moments that nearly took him to this breaking point.

New Music Friday: Check Out The Latest Tracks From Coi Leray, Vince Staples, Sexyy Red and More

Also, there's new music from Common and Pete Rock, Juicy J, Don Toliver, Shenseea, Dave East, Shantel May, and Shaquille O’Neal.

MaKenzie Thomas: A Journey of Soulful Versatility and Deep Musical Roots

In an exclusive interview, MaKenzie shares her journey from a small church in Kentucky to national fame on 'The Voice.' Discover how her soulful blend of gospel, R&B, and musical influences has shaped her unique voice and career.

BET Awards 2024: Fab Five: A Look Back at Some of Our Favorite Award Show Moments

You won’t want to miss this year’s ceremony when it returns alongside ‘BET Experience’ 2024, Presented by Walmart.

How The Pocket Queen Went From a Viral Drumming Sensation to Inspirational Music Pioneer

Taylor Gordon, a.k.a. The Pocket Queen, shares her journey from aspiring producer to a global drumming phenomenon.

BET Awards 2024: 5 Unforgettable BET Awards Opening Acts That Set the Stage Ablaze

These performers know how to get the party started right!

Jermaine Dupri Slams Apple Music's Top 100 Albums List

Dupri criticizes Apple Music's Top 100 Albums list for overlooking R&B and Hip Hop classics.

Sexyy Red To Make First Appearance On ‘WWE NXT’

A lifelong WWE fan, the St. Louis rapper’s hit “SkeeYee” was used for wrestler Jey Uso’s walk-up music last year.
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BET Awards 2024: Usher's Vintage Vibes: 5 Ultimate Classic Hits from the R&B Icon

Revisit some of our favorite records from last year’s award winner ahead of Culture’s biggest night.

BET Awards 2024: Get to Know UK Singer-Songwriter Cleo Sol

The songstress is nominated for “Best International Artist” at this year’s ceremony.

Mural of Kendrick Lamar and Drake Unveiled In Compton

The mural shows Lamar dressed as “Kung-Fu Kenny” and Drake wearing a tracksuit with “BBL Drizzy” on the front.