BlackKklansman is a comedic depiction of the real life undercover infiltration of the Klu Klux Klan, by Black Colorado Springs cop, Ron Stallworth (John David Washington, and yes, he’s Denzel’s son), and his Jewish partner Flip Zimmerman (Adam Driver) in 1978. Sound unbelievable, right? It is. But this mess actually happened. Continue reading “Movie Review: BlacKkKlansman” »
Donielle Artese may suffer from health issues, but that doesn’t stop her from living out her dreams.
Artese is a fun, bubbly actress that just landed a role on Insecure with Creator/ Producer Issa Rae.
Continue reading “DONIELLE ARTESE from HBO’s Insecure Talks Balancing Acting Career & Battling Lupus” »
“It’s a slow process’” Claudia explains, “ My audience was used to me as a model, so I needed to slowly introduce music content to my pages so that my fans could start seeing me as a music artist.”
Beauty, brains, business. Don’t let her strikingly good looks fool you, the Brazilian model, Claudia Alende, Continue reading “CLAUDIA ALENDE: Beauty. Brains. Business.” »
Sunday night the House of Blues played host to Tory Lanez. Check it out in photos… Continue reading “TORY LANEZ CONCERT-IN PICTURES” »
Keisha Desvignes is an award winning make-up artist and hair stylist based in the UK. She has honed her craft for the last 13 years and to date she has been lead MUA for several high profile London events such as Afrohair and Beauty Show and for 2 years in a row she has been Continue reading “Keisha Desvignes Art Exhibition” »
Bestival is a massive 4 day festival that takes place every year on The Lulworth Estate – an enchanting, wooded country estate on Dorset’s Jurassic Coast in England.
They say pictures are worth a thousand words, and Continue reading “BESTIVAL 2018- A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS” »
Lauren Sanderson has that highly unusual mix of the girl next door approachability mixed with a healthy dose of the rockstar vibe. Continue reading “Lauren Sanderson Lands In Space City” »
by Alycia Miles- Tuesday, July 31st at All Real Radio in Houston Tx. Willie D along with his team, Bro. Deric Muhammed and atty. Vonnie Don hosted a press conference to address the wrongful termination of his Youtube channel titled Willie D Live. They called for a sit down with Google and Youtube executives to Continue reading “Rapper Willie D Demands Sitdown with YouTube & Google After His Channel Shutdown” »
La-Di-Da-Di… If you don’t know that intro, have several seats and read up on your hip-hop history. Slick Rick came to Houston to get honored by the city with a proclamation stating July 28th is now known as Slick Rick Day for the contributions he’s made to the community, and hip-hop. He also visited…. Continue reading “June 28th Proclaimed Slick Rick Day In Houston” »
You can always appreciate celebs giving back to the community! Super producers Mannie Fresh and Steve O Valdez (OG Valdez) came out to the Houston Library in conjunction with Hip-Hop for Literacy to create beats for aspiring artist to freestyle too. Mannie and Steve O will choose the winners to show case their talents on the main stage at Hip-Hop for Literacy’s event. Peep the interview of the live mix session with the masters!
(INTERVIEW, music and photos available EXCLUSIVELY on the 2LOUD APP.)
In his new release after the most recent hit “Date Night (Same Time)” with Chris Brown, Kirko Bangz is joining forces with R&B leading men, Tory Lanez and Jacquees for a hot new single “Work Sumn.”
On a roll, the Houston native is….
Continue reading “KIRKO BANGZ FT. TORY LANEZ & JACQUEES DROP “Work Sumn”” »
In the winner-take-all $1,000,000 championship game on Thursday night, Fighting Cancer of New Orleans, defeated Godspeed, 26-6, to be crowned AFFL Ultimate Final Champions.
Thousands of fans took in the thrilling final at BBVA Compass Stadium, the first ever flag football game that pitted pros vs. amateurs in a nationally televised game on NFL Network…. Continue reading “Fighting Cancer defeats the Pros to win AFFL Ultimate Final & take home $1M on NFL Network” »
Diddy, recently spoke with Vanity Fair and vented about how show-business’ fascination with Black culture has yet to translate into investment into Black enterprise. He also talked about his Revolt network, the #MeToo movement, his next move, + more
Peep excerpts from the interview below….
Combs on hip-hop’s commercial dominance, especially through streaming: “You have these record companies that are making so much money off our culture, our art form, but they’re not investing or even believing in us,” .
On the industry lacking black executives in top-level positions: “For all the billions of dollars that these black executives have been able to make them, [there’s still hesitation] to put them in the top-level positions. They’ll go and they’ll recruit cats from overseas,” he continues. “It makes sense to give [executives of color] a chance and embrace the evolution, instead of it being that we can only make it to president, senior VP. … There’s no black CEO of a major record company. That’s just as bad as the fact that there are no [black] majority owners in the NFL. That’s what really motivates me.”