In a recent viral video, singer and rapper Lizzo recently spoke about how obtaining more money won't save all of your problems and the heavy burden that comes with fame.
Entertainment CEO Jesse Collins has been named producer of the Super Bowl LV halftime show, making him the first Black executive to take on the role.
Tennis star Venus Willaims announced her new collaboration with apparel brand K-Swiss and will serve as their new brand ambassador.
Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle made history as the first modern British royal to vote in a U.S presidential election.
Prince Harry has opened up about his own feelings on race and his own unconscious bias from talks with his wife, actress Meghan Markle.
Lebron James will be partnering with CNN Films to produce his latest documentary on the 1921 Tulsa massacre.
Ms. Bling stepped out on faith when leaving American Express to expand her accessories brand into retail fashion, motivational speaking, and writing.
Cardi B took to Instagram to unveil her latest collaboration with shoe brand, Reebok, for a new limited-edition sneaker collection.
Joe Biden unveiled a new ad campaign featuring stars like Ludacris, Jermaine Dupri, and Young Jeezy to encourage Black voters to head to the polls.
Rihanna apologized for sampling the Hadith, a sacred text in Islam, in one of the songs during the Savage X Fenty runway show.
The National Book Foundation will honor acclaimed Black fiction writer Walter Mosley with their Lifetime Achievement Award.
Facebook Watch is greenlighting a new series centered on mental health and wellness hosted by Taraji P. Henson titled "Peace of Mind With Taraji."
Michael B. Jordan has partnered with style platform GOAT for an exclusive sneaker raffle to raise funds for GirlTrek.
"Insecure" creator and star Issa Rae is now the co-owner and face of Sienna Naturals, a new natural hair care brand with clean ingredients.
Celebrity therapist Jeff Rocker discusses the stigma around discussions about mental health among black men and how that is being affected by COVID-19.
Actresses Viola Davis and Taraji P. Henson call for others in Hollywood to boycott media outlets over biased headlines in "The New York Post" over police shootings.