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Scott Storch Says Dr. Dre’s “Detox” Album Is “Gonna Happen…Matter Of Fact, I Know That It’s Gonna Happen”

After much delay, Dr. Dre’s long-awaited and once-shelved, “Detox” album is coming soon, according to Scott Storch. The multi-platinum producer, who served as a co-producer on Dre’s classic 1999 sophomore effort “The Chronic 2001,” revealed the news during an interview on Los Angeles radio station Power 106’s “The Cruz Show.” …

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#BlackExcellence: Rihanna Becomes The First Black Woman To Cover British Vogue’s September Issue

Rihanna is officially the first black woman to grace the cover of British Vogue’s September issue! On Tuesday, the Grammy Award-winner-turned-fashion icon unveiled her September cover along with additional photos from the issue on Instagram. Styled by British Vogue’s editor-in-chief, Edward Enninful and shot by British fashion photographer, Nick Knight, …

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LeBron James: Donald Trump Is Using Sports To Divide Us

Donald Trump is using the NFL’s National Anthem Policy as another divisive tactic to divide the country, according to LeBron James. On Monday during an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon, the Los Angeles Lakers Forward shared his insights on how Trump’s influence has impacted race relations in sports. “When you’re …

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Bow Down B**ches!: Beyoncé Reportedly Has “Unprecedented Control” Over Vogue’s September Issue, Hires Magazine’s First Black Photographer

Less than a week since news surfaced about Beyoncé covering the September issue of Vogue magazine, it appears her appearance will be a milestone! According to HuffPost, Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour gave Bey “unprecedented control” over the cover, which in turn has prompted Mrs. Carter to hire 23-year-old black filmmaker-photographer, …

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Carmelo Anthony: It Was A “Low Blow” For The U.S. Government To Turn “Their Back” On Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

Carmelo Anthony is “hurt” by the U.S. government’s negligence and inaction to Puerto Rico during the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. During an episode of CNN’s “The Van Jones Show,” the 34-year-old NBA All-Star shared his thoughts on last September’s storm, which killed more than 4,600 Puerto Rican citizens and left …

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