Saturday Soundtrack: 8 Of Lauryn Hill’s Best Live Performances


On April 15, 2016 Hip Hop icon Lauryn Hill headlined the first-ever Diaspora Calling! Music Festival concert held at the historic King’s Theater in Brooklyn, NY. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The sold-out show, which was streamed live on Tidal, also featured opening performances from several African artists and was preceded by the presentation of an exquisite […]

Miss-Understood: Erykah Badu Says Teaching Young Women To Dress Cautiously Is Equally Important As Teaching Young Men Self-Control


Yesterday, Erykah Badu voiced her opinion on a sensitive topic that many women feel isn’t even up for debate, but in the midst of having spur-of-the-moment reactions, it seems a large majority have missed a very important message she was trying to make plain. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The context of Erykah’s tweets are […]

Saturday Soundtrack: The Best Of American Idol Starlet La’Porsha Renae


Last week, the world said goodbye to the long-running reality singing competition that was American Idol. Over the past 15 years, Idol launched the careers of some of the most talented artists of their generation and on Thursday night, the show went out with quite the bang. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information In addition to […]

Lights, Camera, Action: Eve Speaks On The Importance Of Hip Hop Showcasing Unity In Barbershop 3 & The Need For More Diversity In Female Rappers


The Barbershop 3: The Next Cut release is just a week away and the all-star line up of Hip Hop game changers with starring roles in the film have anticipation levels sky high. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Among the familiar faces who will return to reprise their roles in the franchise is none other than […]

Miss-Understood: Why #BlackGirlsRock Is The Award Show The World Needs To Watch


This past weekend, a plethora of African-American women from various backgrounds, professions, and age groups gathered at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark for the 10th Annual “Black Girls Rock” celebration. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information As you might expect when bringing together such an array of strong, beautiful women for a positive, uplifting […]

Terrence J To Host New Dating Series “Coupled” Premiering This Spring On Fox


If there’s an African-American male in the entertainment industry who is carving out a career path that’s as inspiring as it is successful, it’s Terrence Jenkins. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Following his departure from his first industry gig as the host of BET’s 106 & Park in 2012, Terrence has continued to expand his career […]

Miss-Understood: Are You Fueling The Fire Between Your Feuding Friends?


On last night’s Love & Hip Hop New York Season 6 reunion show, Remy Ma found herself once again at the center of a season-long feud between her good friend Rashidah Ali and her fairly-new friend Yandy Smith.  Once all the back and forth came to an end, Rah Ali ultimately concluded (with help from Reunion Show host […]

Miss-Understood: Shaming One Type Of Woman To Uplift Another Is Not A Nod To Feminism, It’s Just Weak


Julie Klausner ridicules Zendaya’s naturally thin frame and labels her as a celebrity who “perpetuates dangerous beauty standards” for young girls, but insists she’s only trying to promote the celebration of healthy body images for women.  Beyonce says giving birth to her daughter was her most proud accomplishment and faces a slew of backlash from “feminists,” […]

Saturday Soundtrack: Music From 11 Female Hip Hop Artists Set To Shine At SXSW


The music portion of the annual South By Southwest festival is always a great place to discover or get re-acquainted with new, rising and established artists and this year’s line up is no exception. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information As the SXSW music showcases get in gear to kick off this Tuesday, March 15 in […]

‘Underground’ Stars Jurnee Smollett-Bell & Alano Miller Speak On How The Bravery Of Our Ancestors Is Needed To Overcome Today’s Racism


Earlier this week, we had the opportunity to sit with two stars, along with the creators, of the groundbreaking new television series “Underground” during a private screening of the first episode held at Harlem’s historic Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Underground is set in the 1800s and tells […]

Get To Know: Tidal Discovery Artist Ginette Claudette Talks Her Best Music So Far, Staying True To R&B, & New Video “Time”


R&B music has been steadily been making a comeback on the mainstream music scene over the course of the last few years, and one artist who’s looking to be apart of the progress is R&B songstress Ginette Claudette. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information An emerging, well-rounded talent who’s not exactly new to the industry, Ginette’s […]

Miss-Understood: If You Rooted For Maria Sharapova, Fight For Serena Williams Too


Yesterday, women’s tennis star Maria Sharapova shocked the sports world by admitting to using the performance-enhancing drug meldonium for the last 10 years of her career after it was revealed that she failed a drug test administered just before this year’s Australian Open. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information In light of the news, several huge […]

Ladies First: Celebrating Women’s History Month


March is Women’s History Month and this year, HERSource will be putting several initiatives in place to highlight, honor and educate on some of the many things women have to done to impact our country’s legacy across multiple industries including  music, education, technology, film and television, science and business. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Women’s History […]

Saturday Soundtrack: The Latest From Tweet, Eryn Allen Kane, Kreesha Turner, SWV & More


The HERSource: Saturday Soundtrack is finally here! Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Every Saturday, we’re bringing you a weekly round up of the latest or newest music from rising and established female artists that may have flown under your radar. This week, we’re highlighting releases from Tweet, Eryn Allen Kane, SWV, Rihanna and Tiffany Evans. […]

MissUnderstood: How Women Of Color Are Uniting To Break Down The Hollywood Typecasting Barrier


With the Oscars fast approaching, all of the discussion surrounding the Academy’s lack of recognition for deserving people of color who have excelled in film and television has brought us to another slightly overlooked topic worth revisiting: women of color coming together to break down the Hollywood typecasting barrier one role at a time. Visit streaming.thesource.com […]