The actor Ray Fisher has a bone to pick with Joss Whedon.

Learn more below…


The countdown is on to the return of the ‘Real Housewives Of Potomac.’

As reported, the fifth season of the Bravo hit premieres on August 5th and promises many a dramatic twist and turn.

It also sees newcomer Wendy Osefo join Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon, Candiace Dillard and Monique Samuels. All of who shake things up on their latest outing.

Ahead of the show’s comeback, the all-important season 5 taglines have been revealed in the new opening credits.

Watch after the jump…


The road from obscurity to Rap’s reigning female duo has been filled with very highly publicized bumps for City Girls, a predicament they wax honest about in the trailer for their forthcoming YouTube docuseries.

Airing across five weekly installments, part 1 kicks the visual journey off July 2nd at 3 p.m. ET.

Peep the official trailer inside:


Bay beauty Saweetie‘s racking up critical acclaim aplenty for her latest single, ‘Tap In.’

A nod to her hometown region as it heavily samples Too $hort‘s classic ‘Blow the Whistle,’ ‘Tap’ serves as the kickoff single from her long-awaited official debut studio album, ‘Pretty B*tch Music.’ 

But, as the tune’s yet to tap in to the Billboard Hot 100 over two weeks post its debut, Saweetie and team are going into promo overdrive in its support.

In addition to features in ‘Vogue’ (YouTube), ‘Paper’ magazine, and more, the 25-year-old is inviting fans to peek on the other side of the lens via an official behind-the-scenes take on ‘Tap’s Mike Ho-directed music video.

See all the action inside:


Ty Dolla $ign gets by with a little help from his friends on new song ‘Ego Death.’

Assisted by an all-star team including the likes of Kanye West, Skrillex, serpentwithfeet, and FKA twigs, ‘Death’ heavily samples classic House tune ‘You Used to Hold Me’ by Ralphi Rosario (and even boasts hints of Ultra Naté‘s ‘Free’).

“It hurt my ego when you walked away / Gave you my all, that wouldn’t make me stay/ Murdered my ego when you walked away,” Ty croons on the tune.

Get into this club-ready jam inside:


Over 244,000 tuned in to Nickelodeon Monday night (June 29) to catch Alicia Keys host and moderate the ‘Nick News’ special, ‘Kids, Race and Unity.’

As we reported here, the virtual event – which aimed to “amplify the voices and experiences of Black kids across the country amid current events” – focused primarily on the impact of the work being done by young activists throughout the U.S.

Featuring a Q&A period with the founders and leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement, ‘Kids, Race and Unity’ was also highlighted by appearances from Naomi Campbell, Simone Biles, Chance the Rapper, and more who collectively added insight to the much-needed conversation.

Did you miss the special when it originally aired?  You can see it in full inside:


Thanks to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), GRAMMY-winning diva Lizzo‘s got yet another reason to feel good as hell.

Details inside:


While hot on the promo trail for his new album, ‘The Product III: StateofEmergency,’ singer August Alsina sent the internet into a state of frenzy with the revelation he had an affair with married actress Jada Pinkett Smith.  What’s more, he even claimed her husband – Academy Award-nominated star Will Smith – approved.

Just hours after his commentary went viral, Pinkett hit back by denying his jaw-dropping claims (click here to read more).  Now, her superstar hubby is following suit.

Details inside:


After a lengthy spell on the bench, August Alsina sent fans into a state of shock when he unexpectedly announced ‘StateofEmergency’ – his official third album.

Released June 26 (just a week after being announced), the LP came as his first studio effort in nearly 5 years and first off the Def Jam imprint (after a highly publicized fall out with the label).  Packed with a whopping 27 songs, ‘StateofEmergency’ was preceded by the release of housed cuts ‘Rounds,’ ‘NOLA,’ and ‘Sincerely’ and boasts names like Yo Gotti, Tink, Lil Wayne, and Juicy J on its list of features.

Yet, despite immediately shooting to #1 on iTunes R&B charts (where it sits at writing), the minimal warning ahead of the set’s unveiling has arguably worked to its detriment if industry analyst predictions are to be believed.

Look inside to see just how many units they anticipate the album will shift by the end of its inaugural tracking week.


The ‘Good Morning America Summer Concert Series’ has become a summer staple for music lovers over the years thanks to their ‘must-see’ lineup of some of music’s biggest names.

If Wednesday’s (July 1) announcement of the chart-toppers bringing their talents to the highly sought after stage is anything to judge by, that tradition is set to continue.

Having already scorched summer 2020 TV ratings with the likes of Katy Perry, John Legend, H.E.R., and more, the series reveals they’re just getting warmed up and have unveiled the next slew of superstars to finish the season.

Look inside to see who and when:

It’s been over 20 years since Nia Long and Omar Epps shared leading screen time in 1999’s ‘In Too Deep,’ but now the veteran actors reunite for the highly anticipated Netflix film, ‘Fatal Affair.’

Directed by Peter Sullivan (who wrote the flick’s script alongside Rasheeda Garner), the movie is set to premiere on the streaming giant July 16.

According to its official press release, here are the plot details:

“Ellie (Nia Long) tries to mend her marriage with her husband after a brief encounter with an old friend David (Omar Epps) only to find that David is more dangerous and unstable than she’d realized.”

Look inside to see the suspenseful trailer.