NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Recovering from Controversies
The NFL draft begins Thursday in Chicago. It's a change of venue for a league re-defining itself on and off the field. The NFL follows a new personal conduct policy, and two new employees will help investigate player misconduct.
Jodeci Talks Wanting to Work with Drake, Lost Tupac Collabs
On March 31, 2015 Jodeci released its fourth studio album, The Past, The Present, The Future. The project marked the return of one of the most important and influential groups in music history; a group that helped define the sound of an entire decade of music.
Jameis Winston Offered Free Crab Legs for Life by Tampa Restaurant
Jameis Winston is a quarterback at Florida State University and the assumed top overall draft pick. If he gets picked by The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, local restaurant Skipper’s Smokehouse will give him unlimited free crab legs.
Singer Mariah Carey Begins Las Vegas Residency at Caesars Palace
Pop singer Mariah Carey began her Caesars Palace residency with a grand entrance, arriving at the Las Vegas hotel in a pink vintage convertible and a convoy of mobile billboards bearing her 18 No. 1 hits.
Detroit Audience Wants Refund Over Drunk Dave Chappelle Stand Up
Dave Chappelle proved even comedic geniuses have off nights ... because hundreds of angry fans are demanding refunds after a Detroit performance many are calling a drunken catastrophe. According to multiple people in the crowd during Thursday night's 9:30 show at the Fillmore ... a seemingly wasted Chappelle took the stage an hour late (mostly due to the crowd still being seated), and told very few jokes. Instead, he sat quietly smoking, rambling, and slurring his speech.
Dr. Boyce Watkins to BET: 'I'm Still Not Happy With What I See'
Back in 2011 Dr. Boyce Watkins wrote a column entitled "BET Has Officially Become the New and Improved KKK" where he cited that Lil Wayne and similar artists are promoting black-on-black violence and that the Black-founded network is standing by it. Four years later, he says he's "seen some transition," but "still has a bone to pick" with the "excessively materialistic and capitalist" company.
Mike G of rap group Odd Future has been with the crew for years, but if it wasn't for him hitting up Tyler, the Creator during the earlier days of social media, we might not have ever heard of the rising star.