Porter becoming the first to earn his first Golobe and Emmy nomination this year for his role in POSE was deafinitely something to be industry celebrated. He was the first openly gay black man ever to have been nominated at the Emmys, in the category of Lead Actor in a Drama. Continue reading Billy Porter ‘POSE’ Star Discusses Being “Set Free”
Have you been tuned in to season 2’s of Episodes four and five Facebook Watch’s drama series, Five Points, Executive Produced by Kerry Washington & Indigenous Media are now available on the Five Points page? Continue reading Five Points produced by Kerry Washington & Indigenous Media
So many people are excited that Chris Brown and Drake have finally dropped the music video for “No Guidance.” Back in June the two released the single and it became one of the summer anthem singles. It seemed appropriate for the video to be shot in Miami. Continue reading Chris Brown and Drake Drop Video “No Guidance”
On May 24th 2019 the late Dwight Arrington Myers aka Heavy D would have been 50 years of age. Gone too soon due to a pulmonary embolism the Hip Hop World was shook. Gone was one of the finest Hip Hop Pioneers who repeatedly proved to be a ray of light by way of song, rap and melodies; a pillar in the Hip Hop Community and his monicker was to spread inspiration through his music and even in the advice and interest he took in his friends personal problems.
Amazon Prime Video released a documentary “The Life of Heavy D – Be Inspired” a video documentary is now available for download on Amazon Prime Video. Originally recorded in 2012 featuring interviews by Will Smith, Queen Latifah, Mary J Blige, Chuck D, Doug E. Fresh, Kim Fields, DJ Eddie F, Kool Moe Dee, Brett Ratner, MC Lyte and others. In the documentary Queen Latifah talks about what Heavy D was the first to do for her when she was 18 years old. Will Smith mentions how Heavy D was the first to embrace DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince into the world of Hip Hop. Continue reading Andre Harrell, Teddy Riley, and DJ Eddie F Reflect on Heavy D
Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral (2019 Movie) in theaters March 1st
Tyler Perry recently spoke with Page Six and the producer’s channel tv found out the following:
Tyler: “I’ve made my last Madea. It made so many people laugh, but turning 50 I don’t want to be her age playing her.”
About funeral fun being fitting for a finale, he says: “Look, nothing’s funnier than stuff that happens at a black funeral. Who’d let Madea plan a nice burial? And with a Beyoncé hat on? If you’re looking for ‘Schindler’s List,’ this ain’t it. I just want to make people laugh.”
We will absolutely miss Madea, but over the years she has taught us so made lessons and dropped so many gems of life into our souls that can be passed down from generation to generation. March 1st is when the movie will be in theaters nationwide. Please help Madea go out with a bang by showing box office support.