Coolio, a West Coast rapper known for his Grammy Award-winning track "Gangsta's Paradise," has died. He was 59. The post West Coast Rapper Coolio Dead At 59 appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

Chloe Bailey took to Instagram to show off her killer curves and channel Betty Boop in latest photos.

Normani looked gorgeous in a Burberry dress and trench coat for the brand's latest event.

On Tuesday, a number of inmates located in multiple prisons across Alabama went on strike citing unsafe conditions inside some of the state's male-dominated prisons. Now, some of the inmates are refusing to do their daily jobs, until their demands are met.  The post Alabama Inmates Launch State-Wide Strike In Protest For Better Living Conditions appeared first on NewsOne.

Kandi Burruss gave us a glimpse of her sexy bedroom personalities in a steamy "cuffing season" video starring her husband Todd Tucker.

Take a look at 9 unintentionally controversial songs throughout the years that had heads knocking in addition to jaws dropping.

Maryland’s Republican nominee for governor, Del. Dan Cox, fell flat trying to woo Black voters at Morgan State University, Maryland's largest HBCU. The post Dan Cox’s HBCU Visit Falls Flat As MAGA Republican Woos ‘Nearly Empty’ Morgan State Crowd appeared first on NewsOne.

Yung Miami and Diddy may not be together but they exchange lavish gifts and lots of public displays of affection.

Rihanna has been tapped to perform at the 2023 Super Bowl and we can't help but think about her best performances.

The 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards takes place next week. As we prepare, check out these classic moments from the BET Hip Hop Awards inside. 

A new book claims Trump credited ex-girlfriend Kara Young's intelligence to her white dad. The post Trump Credited Bi-Racial Ex-Girlfriend Kara Young’s Intelligence To ‘White Side’ Of Family, New Book Says appeared first on NewsOne.

“Don’t trust the state” to fix the water crisis, Jackson Mayor Lumumba told residents. The post Jackson Can’t ‘Trust’ Mississippi To Fix Water Crisis, Mayor Says Amid Calls For Civil Rights Investigation appeared first on NewsOne.