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TDE Releases “King’s Dead” Visual and ‘Black Panther the Album’ Bundles

This afternoon TDE dropped their newest visual for “King’s Dead” featuring Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future and James Blake. Arriving a week after the stunning “All The Stars” visual, director Dave Free takes high-energy to a new peak with footage of the artists channeling ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ in a chaotic stock exchange office and…

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Kendrick Lamar & TDE’s ‘Black Panther the Album’ Arrives

TDE is already winning 2018 and we sort of saw it coming when news that Kendrick Lamar and Top (Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith) himself were behind production and curation for the soundtrack of Marvel’s Black Panther film. Appropriately dubbed Black Panther the Album, the project contains fourteen high energy tracks matching what we imagine the…

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Kendrick Lamar and SZA Release “All The Stars” Video for Black Panther

Black Panther is set to be an event the film industry never saw coming. It isn’t even out yet and it’s already breaking records, and people are planning outfits to see the film. Music fans have also been delighted by the announcement of Kendrick Lamar as the soundtrack’s producer. Today the TDE family has given…

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ICYMI: Kendrick Lamar Reveals ‘Black Panther The Album’ Tracklist

Yesterday, Kendrick Lamar unveiled the 14 song soundtrack-list for the highly anticipated, Black Panther movie. In addition to Anderson. Paak, Vince Staples, James Blake, Jorja Smith and more of music’s hottest names, the album also features fellow TDE artists SZA, Ab-Soul, ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock. Black Panther The Album is set to be released on…

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Art As Resistance: Sadie Barnette Turns Father’s Black Panther FBI File Into A Social Narrative

Do Not Destroy: A community A history A man An identity   Two massive polaroids of Rodney Barnette dated three years apart hang aside. The first picture shows him in his army decorum, proudly preparing to serve his country in the Vietnam war. The second was taken after realizing his country did not respect his…

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Angela Bassett To Play T’Challa’s In Marvel’s Upcoming ‘Black Panther’ Film

Marvel has brought Oscar-nominated actress Angela Bassett on board for the Black Panther film for the role of T’Challa’s mother, Ramonda. The star studded cast already includes Michael B. Jordan, Forest Whitaker, Lupita Nyong’o among others. Angela Bassett is preparing to wrap up her third season on Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology series, American Horror Story.…

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Michael B. Jordan Joins The Cast of ‘Black Panther’

According to The Hollywood Reporter, actor Michael B. Jordan has joined the cast of Marvel’s highly anticipated Black Panther. If correct, Jordan will reunite with his Creed director Ryan Coogler for what is seeming to be a star-studded film. Other actors slated for the cast are Chadwick Boseman and hopefully Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o.…

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Marvel Reportedly Picks Up Ava DuVernay to Direct ‘Black Panther’ Film

Marvel may just be curating one of their most exciting movies to date! According to the MCU Exchange, Ava DuVernay of Selma will be directing the highly anticipated Black Panther superhero film. While Black Panther is not scheduled for a 2018 release, Marvel has reportedly already sketched Ms. DuVernay onto the team for the introduction…

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Black Imprints: A Look At The First Comic Books By A Black Author

Comics have always been inclusive when it comes to implementing people of color into the story line. Of all the various media forms, comics were some of the early adaptors who made room for Black characters. We have celebrated many moments of inclusion in recent years, but before there were ever a RiRi Williams , Storm…

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Hannah Beachler Is One Of Hollywood’s Leading Black Creative Masterminds

Hannah Beachler is Hollywood’s only high-level Black female production designer – a title and real life situation she finds hard to believe. Beachler’s mother worked as an interior designer while her father was an architect. Looking from the outside in, her early beginnings certainly gave her a special eye for detail. Fast forward several years…

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Afeni Shakur: The Life & Legacy of A Black Revolutionary

During my senior year in college, I took a Black Radicalism course that focused on the pivotal movements and united fronts that Blacks formed throughout our existence. It was there that I had gotten a deeper look into the life of Afeni Shakur. Up until that point, I had thought of her only as the…

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The Best of Black History Month 2016

Black History Month 2016 may have come and gone, but it will never be forgotten. It was a February of epic proportions that blessed us with Black magic from sea to shining sea. From Beyoncé shouting out her love for hot sauce and afros to Black Twitter turning up the blogisphere with #TrapCovers, Black America…

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