Cee-Lo Green releases The Lady Killer, his first solo album after recording two albums for his electro-soul duo Gnarls Barkley.
Green’s much-buzzed release includes a new hit single and music video entitled “F**k You.” The song resulted in raised eyebrows as well as a heightened anticipation for the album.
It is the summer of 1976 in Philadelphia, and the city is simmering with racial tension after the disbanding of the Black Panther movement.
Tanya Hamilton’s feature film, Night Catches Us, starring Kerry Washington and Anthony Mackie, highlights the tale of this controversial period often overlooked in the history books. See it in theaters now.
Picking up where the last one left off, Stomp The Yard: Homecoming (Sept. 21) continues its look into the fun, competitive and often ruthless politics of the stepping competitions at the fictional Truth University.
Collins Pennie (Fame) plays Chance Harris, a hard-working student struggling to find balance between school, work, his position as a new leader in his fraternity and of course his complicated love life (and there is lots of high-energy dancing in between). The Game’s Pooch Hall takes a star turn and familiar faces such as Teyana Taylor and 106 and Park’s Terrence J. appear as well.