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The following is an urgent warning from Radio One about a scam involving some of its radio station properties. With the advent of social media, these scams are on the rise, and Radio One, an Urban One company, wants its listeners to be educated, advised, and on the alert for these scams.

Celebrating 42 years of Radio One! Take a walk down memory lane in celebration of how founder Cathy Hughes built America's largest Black-owned broadcasting company.

Rihanna is confirmed to headline the 2023 Super Bowl Halftime show!

Ciara took to Instagram to show off her fresh face and skin care routine using her OAM skincare line.

Lizzo showed off her killer style when she rocked a blue A-morir x Yitty catsuit for a recent performance.

Mary J. Blige took to Instagram to show off her latest look from her "Good Morning Gorgeous" tour stop and she's definitely serving!

Cardi B took to Instagram to explain that her change in appearance is due to water retention and asked fans for recommendations on how to deal.

Yung Miami took to Instagram to show off her brand new Maybach, a gift she seemingly got from her boo, Diddy.

Is DaBaby still on the canceled list? After apologizing and trying to make amends with the LGBTQ community, we never really got a clear answer as to whether or not the man is back in the good graces of everyone, but that isn’t keeping him from continuing to having fun in life. Coming through with […] The post DaBaby “Socks,” Dave East “The People” & More | Daily Visuals 9.23.22 appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

Jadakiss’ pen goes off whether it’s for solo work, for The LOX or someone else. He now admits he hated writing for Diddy. As spotted on Complex the Yonkers, New York native’s career is full of several classic appearances, battles and moments. As far as the bars go he has crafted some of the most […] The post Couldn’t Get Jiggy: Jadakiss Says He Hated Ghostwriting For Diddy [Video] appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

Following the show’s debut on Sept. 22, a relative of one of the victims sounded off about Netflix recreating his loved ones' breakdown and the families being unpaid for their story.

The Baddest B*tch was announced as the honoree of the prestigious award at this year's BET Hip Hop Awards, taking place on October 4!