‘I’m not sorry I said it’ – Erykah Badu on Music, Motherhood and Wildly Unpopular Opinions

The neo-soul star has sold millions, raised three kids and embodied wokeness before the word was even coined. But can her reputation survive January’s ‘I saw something good in Hitler’ comment?

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The Last Poets – The Hip-Hop Forefathers Who Gave Black America its Voice

It is half a century since the Last Poets stood in Harlem, uttered their first words in public, and created the blueprint for hip-hop. At an intimate open house session, they explain why their revolutionary words are still needed

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The Rise of Donald Glover – How He Captured America

The award-winning writer, actor, singer and rapper has dominated the internet with his provocative, politically charged hit This is America, the latest step in an illustrious, unconventional career

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From Kendrick’s Pulitzer to Beychella – How the Mainstream Woke Up to Black Excellence

This past week the unparalleled contributions of black performers were finally recognized by the establishment. Why has it taken so long?

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