The 62-year-old pundit cut a rug on the set of PoliticsNation, his talk show on MSNBC.


Team Trump wants to hold an event on the campus of Howard University, but the university has not invited the presidential candidate.

Spotify Honors Jimi Hendrix and James Brown which is classic to me. Aretha Franklin and Diana Ross will be highlighted as well. This is good for them to let young people know about those who open doors for the artist today.   See More: Black History  Follow Me On Instagram @Konan92Q Follow Me On Twitter […]

“Get On Up” chronicles the life of the Godfather of Soul, James Brown.  The biopic, starring Chadwick Boseman, hits theaters this Friday (Aug 1).  Here are 25 Unforgettable biopics.  Enjoy! CLICK HERE  

Universal released a new trailer for its forthcoming James Brown film “Get on Up.” The all-star cast includes Dan Akroyd, Viola Davis, Jill Scott and Chadwick Boseman stars as James Brown. Check it out!

Not sure if this is they way you want to honor your Dad’s legacy but, Venisha Brown, the daughter of the late James Brown, is being charged with theft by taking a motor vehicle in Richmond County, Georgia and is being held by North Augusta authorities. They’ve  issued warrants against Brown for possession of a […]

As part of our ongoing Black Music Month coverage legendary Producer and DJ Pete Rock to a break from recording with Camp Lo and Roy Ayers to  share with TheUrbandaily what exactly Black Music means to him. As Told To Jerry L. Barrow Black music to Pete Rock is like steak to a hungry lion. […]

Where: (click below to visit venue on Foursquare) The Apollo Theater 253 W 125th Street When: October 24, 1962 What: The Godfather Of Soul records his live performance at the world famous venue, and it becomes the first Soul album to go platinum. «  PREVIOUS NEXT  » In celebration of Black Music Month, TheUrbanDaily’s “It’s All Black […]

jungle boogie (jungle –oft attrib to Hindi jangal + boogie – prob alter of bogle – goblin, object of fear) a 1974 hit by Kool & the Gang, frequently sampled by hip-hop artists, perhaps the funkiest piece of music ever recorded.

The hours immediately following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr were understandably a very tense time across the United States.