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Kareem Baptiste sat down with Sade Graham for a dope interview to talk about creating the series, as well as raising money for its third season.

Wes Moore, a veteran, youth advocate, social entrepreneur, and best selling author joined Jeff Johnson and Rickey Smiley on the air to talk about hit new book, “The Work.” Wes runs a startup in Baltimore that help kids graduate from college. His book deals with creating a life where your work, not your day job […]

Usher talks about playing Sugar Ray Leonard in the new film “Hands Of Stone,” why the people behind the film approached him with the script, and the steps he took before making the final decision to accept the role, which he then went on to spend about a year preparing for. He explains why he […]

To know my friend Jimmy Rosemond is to understand why I jumped at the chance to be an executive producer on the 10 part docuseries about him by acclaimed director Don Sikorski, rightfully called Unjust Justice: The Jimmy Rosemond Tapes.

Charles Jenkins hung out with Rickey Smiley in the studio! He talks about his brand new album, entitled “Think About These Things” which was produced by Warryn Campbell. He reveals how this album is different than the rest of his body of work. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Plus, he talks about his new single, […]

Now, we've gotten a little more insight into the true nature of the song after "Sorry" songwriter Diana "Wynter" Gordon sat down for an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

The more outspoken half of The Throne sat with BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac to discuss why he'd be a great president.

Keith Sweat came through to the Rickey Smiley Morning Show in celebration of his 12th studio album, “Dress To Impress.” He talked about going back to some of the R&B veterans to collaborate for this album, and why he doesn’t worry about finding newer artists to collaborate with. He also revealed that he even has […]

David stopped by Global Grind to discuss a plethora of issues plaguing American society, the Black community, and hip-hop.

Global Grind sat down with the singer/songwriter Ashanti.

We live and we learn - and if you're Mariah Carey, you glo up.