After a lengthy war over the rights to two books, Jay Z and the Weinstein Company are set to produce a documentary series on the life of Trayvon Martin.
The week of July 3, 2016 may go on to be looked at as a turning point in the history of the Black Lives Matter movement. With the death of Alton Sterling, immediately followed by the death of Philando Castile, immediately followed by the shooting of nearly a dozen Dallas police officers, it’s sure to be a time period we remember for quite a while.
The music service that we completely try to ignore is making sure that we don’t forget about them. TIDAL is in the news again but for a completely new reason.
Jay Z’s music platform, in collaboration with Roc Nation, is donating $1.5 million to Black Lives Matter and other local and national social justice groups.
On Wednesday, Jay Z weighed in on New York Governor Cuomo’s initiative to improve police and community relations.
Ever since she was born, Blue Ivy has been in the spotlight. It’s a no-brainer when you have Jay Z and Beyoncé for parents.
But the narrative has primarily revolved around the child’s hair. So much to the point where a Change.org petition was created to get the celebrity duo to comb it.
The following piece originally appeared on Jet.com. It was written by Krishana Davis and appeared under the title of “Leave Blue Ivy’s Hair Alone!”
By: Krishana Davis
In the past three or four years as natural hair has become more mainstream—kinky curls are popping up on the heads of actresses in television commercials, curly girl products are invading the aisles of your local Target and blogs and vlogs dedicated to natural hair care are swarming around the web. With nearly as much speed, an army of women, some natural and others not, have popped up in the comments section of posts about natural hair to critique, comment on and often slander women’s choices as they go through their natural hair journey.
To promote their “On the Run” tour, Beyoncé and Jay Z released a trailer featuring A-list stars called “Run” on Saturday.
Now, an online petition has surfaced on change.org in protest of the duo’s claim that the trailer will not be a movie.
Jay Z, Beyoncé and Solange finally broke their silence about leaked footage that shows Solange attacking Jay Z in an elevator on May 5.
In an exclusive statement to the Associated Press on Thursday, the trio said “families have problems and we’re no different.” The stars also have claimed to have worked through their differences and moved on since the video emerged this week.
Before her shocking attack on brother-in-law Jay Z on May 5, singer Solange argued with designer Rachel Roy.
According to sources, Solange, 27, allegedly had become drunk and belligerent while attending the Met Ball.
Video of what appears to be Solange Knowles physically attacking Jay-Z is now making the rounds on the internet.
In the clip, once inside the elevator, Solange appears to confront Jay-Z and then attacks him until a bodyguard pulls her away from him.