Mount Rushmore is the thing now. In various fields, you’ll find folks placing who they deem to be the four immortals.
For a designation that has no tangible perks to speak of, it’s undoubtedly the most coveted moniker in hip-hop—the “King of New York.”
Just in time for Black Music Month, TV One gives you a couple of reasons to make sure your cable bill is kept current for the next few months.
Don’t quite remember the year, but everything else is clear as a whistle. School was done until September, so I could spend the night at my cousin’s crib on a weeknight.
Whether it’s history (“When I first got the blues, They brought me over on a ship.
Consistent mild weather aside, a clear indication that summer is upon us is the energy of the music.
As the judges’ score cards were passed to the announcer, an ominous cloud loomed for real fans of the sweet science.
David Goodson talks R&B singer Jazmin Sullivan in this week's Nightlife review.
In wake of the upcoming Mayweather vs Paquiao fight, David Goodson remembers one of the biggest and brutal boxing matches in history.
David Goodson talks about Will Downing and his latest album in this weeks "Nightlife" review.
David Goodson talks "Black Girls Rock!" in this week's Nightlife.
David Goodson talks "Empire" and Kendrick Lamar's latest album in this week's Nighlife.
David Goodson discusses the highly anticipated fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, scheduled for May 2.
David Goodson gives his weekly Nightlife review.
As an avid basketball fan, I was gassed for a particular late summer night in 2008. The Foxwoods was launching an inaugural weekend in conjunction with the Basketball Hall of Fame to turn the induction ceremony into a weekend event.