Andrew Gillum Has 5 Point Poll Lead In Governor’s Race

Tallahassee Democratic Mayor Andrew Gillum has a 5 point lead in the race to become Florida’s next governor, according to Public Policy Polling, a leading polling agency. A ... Continue Reading →

Cops Want To Question “Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta” Star Over Deadly Shooting They Think He Witnessed

SAS, who has been featured on Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta, is being sought for questioning in a deadly shooting that took place in northwest Atlanta this past Monday (August 27), ... Continue Reading →

Lloyd Aims For Comeback With New Album Featuring Nude Cover

R&B singer Lloyd is back with a new album: Tru is Lloyd’s first full studio album since 2011’s King Of Hearts; however, Tru is a continuation from the 2016 album ... Continue Reading →

Eminem Drops Surprise New Album

Rap legend Eminem dropped a surprise new album overnight: Kamikaze features production from longtime Em collaborator Dr. Dre, Mike Will Made It, and several others. Kamikaze is ... Continue Reading →

Vendors Criticized For Selling Souvenirs Outside Aretha Franklin Viewing

Its Day 2 of the public viewing of the late Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin in her adopted hometown of Detroit, and crowds are still literally circling the corner, according to reports. Among ... Continue Reading →

History Made: Andrew Gillum Wins Democratic Primary; Could Become Florida’s First African-American Governor

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum won Tuesday’s Democratic primary in Florida in a stunning come-from-behind victory. For months, polls showed Gillum at or near the single ... Continue Reading →

In Majority-Black Georgia County, Officials Try To Shut Down Most Voting Precincts

A southwest Georgia county whose residents are 61% Black is the latest locale where an effort to disenfranchise voters of color is underway. Officials in Randolph county, a ... Continue Reading →

Aretha Franklin Didn’t Leave A Will…Is A Court Fight Over Estate Looming?

Beloved Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin passed away last week after a years-long battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 76. But another battle is potentially brewing days after ... Continue Reading →

Florida Democrats Brace For Close Finish In Governor’s Primary

With 6 days to go until Florida voters choose a Democratic nominee for governor, polls are showing a close race with former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham and former Miami Beach Mayor Phillip ... Continue Reading →

Nicki Minaj CANCELS Tour With Future Over “In The Toilet” Ticket Sales?

Nicki Minaj has opted out of her much-hyped tour with rapper Future. According to a LiveNation statement, Minaj wants to devote more time to “rehearsal”–and so the ... Continue Reading →

Medical Minute: Dog Lick Leads To Amputation; Bacteria Found In Most Dogs, Cats

Greg Manteufel, 48, has endured more than half a dozen surgeries due to a blood infection caused by a lick on his leg from a dog. Manteufel has lost portions of both legs and his forearms ... Continue Reading →

Cowboys Owner Jones “Proud” Of QB Prescott For Siding Against Kneeling During Anthem

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott received widespread criticism after he recently defended his opposition to NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem. “I never protest ... Continue Reading →

Uncle Luke Records Radio Ad For Phillip Levine Gubernatorial Campaign

Uncle Luke is once again stepping into the political realm, this time dropping a radio ad for Democrat Phillip Levine, who is running for Florida governor. “You want to stop guns ... Continue Reading →

Editorial: Don’t Let Politics Take Precedence Over Voting Rights

This editorial by DJ 6 Minutes of WMBT 90.1 The BEAT! appeared in the May 25th edition of The Gainesville Sun. In November, Florida voters will have an opportunity to finally put this ... Continue Reading →

Calls Grow For Detroit Cop Who Allegedly Beat Naked, Disturbed Woman To Be Arrested

Its a shocking, hard to watch video. A Detroit police officer is seen throwing jabs at a naked and frantic woman inside an area hospital, while other officers focus more on restraining ... Continue Reading →