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BET PRESENTS: 2017 SOUL TRAIN AWARDS took place on Sunday, November 5,
at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. The godmother of soul, Erykah Badu, returned to the stage as host and producer, with her eccentric sense of humor and legendary style. The annual event honoring the best
Jay-Z made a stop in Las Vegas along his 4:44 Tour on Saturday, October 28, and he responded to team owner Bob McNair's Continue reading “Jay Z Responds to Racist Comments from Texans Owner” »
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Colin Kaepernick has agreed to a book deal with Random House imprint One World worth just over $1 million, according to The New York Post's Ian Mohr.
According to The Post, One World is headed by literary editor Chris Jackson, and has published work from Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jay Z.
E! network has signed a new deal with the Kardashians. The deal is worth $30M per season, for a total of $150M over five seasons.
The documents asked the court to “appoint a receiver to supervise the operations of the Young Money Label joint venture or order the termination of Young Money Label joint venture and appoint a liquidator.”
Birdman has reportedly responded to the documents Weezy filed, allegedly stating that Lil Wayne has no right
Perry's comedy sequel "Boo 2! A Madea Halloween" scared up a healthy $21.7 million in its first weekend in theaters. Made for a reported $25 million, Perry's film drew a mostly older and female audience, who gave it an A- CinemaScore. "Boo 2!" did a little less business than the first