If you’ve been one of the many that have sworn off the NFL this season for “various” reasons, you probably ecstatic about NBA season being back in. Saying that, Eminem, who’s been in the news lately for his freestyle combat diss on President Donald Trump he performed during the BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher segment, […]
I love when you meet artist at the beginning of their career. You can see the hunger & the passion for success. Or you can tell if they don’t have it. Tee Grizzley (Detroit) has been building his buzz quickly in the past 4-5 months. Fresh out of jail, he dropped “First Day Out”, which […]
https://www.instagram.com/p/BQ6nFv0AFQr/?taken-by=mollybrazy Molly Brazy is making a name for herself, but not the way she intended to. Fox News Detroit reports that police are now investigating the Detroit rapper after a video surfaced showing her pointing a gun at a toddler. The video shows the little girl playing with the pistol before she throws it at […]
Detroit businessman Mike Ilitch offered to pay Parks' housing for as long as necessary after a 1994 burglary.
The rapper's efforts are to curb one of the worst public health disasters in the U.S.
Michigan State University's Myya D. Jones has big plans for her hometown!
Nicholas Alexander Lee McCray told friends he was heading home to Detroit and is believed to have been en route from North Dakota. He was last heard from on social media Nov. 17.
A group of Detroit pastors and activists warn Blacks To Stay Away From the City Of Eastpointe. This follows a police brutality lawsuit and other complaints about Eastpointe police.
State officials are now admitting that most of the voting machines in Detroit were broken on Election Day.
Plus, on Election Day, Washington D.C. residents will vote on becoming the 51st US state and federal judge says North Carolina must restore voter registrations of those removed from polls.
Taking to Facebook to express his disdain for the men in blue, 21-year-old Deshawn Lanton wrote, "Maybe I should drop a bomb on Tha building to get rid of Tha rest of y'all."
A lawsuit accuses Michigan's governor and Detroit Public Schools of allowing conditions at inner city schools to deteriorate beyond reason. They're blamed for widespread illiteracy among Detroit's students of color.