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Chef Coolio? It could happen

Chef Coolio? It could happen

In the grand scheme of music, it's pretty safe to say that the average rapper has the career span of a housefly. That's not very long by the way.

Musical history screams out that anyone looking to get

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‘We Were There: The March on Washington’

‘We Were There: The March on Washington’

Born in Baton Rouge, La. on March 1, 1966, Don Lemon anchors CNN Newsroom during weekend prime-time and serves as a correspondent across CNN/U.S. programming. Based out of the network's New York bureau, Lemon joined CNN in September 2006.

An Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Award winner, Lemon recently caught a lot of flak from a number of African-American pundits for agreeing with Bill O'Reilly's criticisms of the African-American community, especially since he even suggested that the conservative talk show host hadn't gone far enough.

Here he talks about "We Were There: The March on Washington – An Oral History," which debuts on CNN on Friday, Aug. 23. The special is set to debut on CNN on Friday, Aug. 23.

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Who’s Your Daddy? Celebrity Look-a-Likes

Who’s Your Daddy? Celebrity Look-a-Likes

 

Radio legend Tom Joyner and radio newcomer Gospel singer James Fortune favor enough to be dad and son.


 

Ben Vereen and Usher favor enough to be dad and son.


 

Pittsburgh

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  • Written by Black America Web

Robin Thicke Sues Marvin Gaye's Family

Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I. (real name: Clifford Harris), are taking the Marvin Gaye family and Bridgeport Music (owner of Funkadelic compositions) to court to protect Thicke's song "Blu

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  • Written by The Root

Best Style Moments Of The Week 8/16

Best Style Moments Of The Week 8/16

Tia Mowry arrives at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards at Gibson Amphitheatre


 

Tamera Mowry arrives at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards at Gibson Amphitheatre


 

Gabby Douglas poses at the

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  • Written by Hello Beautiful

Russell Simmons does two-step on Harriet Tubman video

Russell Simmons does two-step on Harriet Tubman video

In an apology posted to GlobalGrind.com, Hip Hop mogul Russell Simmons says, "I would never condone violence against women in any form, and for all of those I offended, I am sincerely sorry."

Simmons' mea culpa was his step-two move in the wake of a wave of criticism about a controversial Harriet Tubman video featured on the recently launched All Def Digital YouTube Channel. Step 1? Remove the video, which he did.

Here's the statement Simmons posted on GlobalGrind.com Thursday morning:

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  • Written by Dr. Karanja A. Ajanaku

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