This past weekend Playbook Media Group co-founder, celebrity publicist Marie Driven hosted the 4th annual Driven Women Awards. As an entrepreneur and a woman of color in the entertainment industry, she has made... Read Article
Bronx rapper and new mother, Remy Ma mistakenly stated "We don't have The Source anymore." on her show "State of The Culture."
After charges against him have been dropped, does Jussie Smollett have a claim for defamation against the City of Chicago Police Department and various news outlets?
Words by Clinton Jackson As LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers continue to moonwalk their way out of the playoff picture, a few things are crystal clear. They’ve lost eight of their last ten games to fa... Read Article
Brilliant kindergartner Jack Streat reads like a child far older. With the support of his dad, he is set to educate the entire internet on Black history.
MUSIC FRIDAYS | Offset Releases ‘Red Room,’ Soulja Boy ‘Crank That Big Drako,’ Jim Jones Releases ‘Cristal Occasions’
During the Grammys, Offset revealed a trailer for his upcoming album, scheduled to drop on February 22. The first single that we are getting a taste of is "Red Room," which comes with a video that features a ... Read Article
Black History Month was originally founded in 1926 by historian Carter G. Woodson as a week. But by 1970, almost at the birth of Hip-Hop, it became nationally recognized in the U.S. as month. Join The Source as... Read Article
MUSIC FRIDAYS | The Source Magazine New Cover, J. Cole Drops New Single, Casanova 2x Thinks He’s Nigerian
It's cold across the country, but Hip-Hop is definitely heating up. Nothing is hotter in the game right now than Quality Control Music, which covers the POWER30 Issue of The Source Magazine. The mag is now av... Read Article
Exclusive: Quality Control Music, Migos, Lil’ Yachty, Lil’ Baby & City Girls Crown The Source POWER30 Cover
Each year, The Source is charged with the controvertible tasks planning and reporting on the most powerful moguls and generals in Hip-Hop culture. This list expands beyond the artists and creative side of the... Read Article
UP IN THE SOURCE | City Girls’ Yung Miami Speaks on Her Bond with JT, Working With QC and Taking Your Man in Real Life
It's pretty obvious to anyone paying attention to Hip-Hop right now that Yung Miami and JT — the Florida-bred female rap duo better known as City Girls — are currently the chicks in charge. Their recently r... Read Article
One of the craziest stories of the weekend was the very lopsided victory of Manny Pacquiao over Adrien Broner. In true Broner fashion, after the fight was over he had plenty to say, stating that he knew he won ... Read Article
This SOURCE EXCLUSIVE "Street Politicians" provides a platform for an intimate discussion about the modern day civil rights movement with Tamika Mallory and Mysonne and The Source’s chairman and famed entertainment attorney L. Londell McMillan.
It's MUSIC FRIDAYS at The Source, and host Zae Diggs talks about all the new music that will be flooding your playlists. Today musical acts like The City Girls, Future and Logic have delivered solid projects for fans to cop.
Bryshere Y. Gray of Empire and The New Edition Story, stars in the provocative drama Canal Street movie that tackles the deep racial divide in Chicago. The Red Guerrilla Entertainment production, whi... Read Article
Each year, The Source magazine reviews the top movers and shakers of Hip-Hop culture, and curates our POWER 30 list. Will those who made it last year, keep their place or will a whole new year of POWER PLAYERS shock the world.
The infamous legend is back in the news, as Lifetime aired a three-days documentary titled “Surviving R.Kelly.” As we know, the artist has had a series of allegations thrown at him over the years, and actuall... Read Article
For the past four years, Brooklyn native and G-Unit signee Uncle Murda has had rap fans anticipating his year-end Rap-up, including all of the beef, controversies and unforgettable moments for the past 365 ... Read Article
Source360 was a four-day conference which took place September 6th through the 9th. This year tapped into several areas of interest for The Source readers and supporters, crossing multiple generations and p... Read Article