Spike Lee’s new documentary captures Michael (and his brothers) as he struggles to rise above the child star label, move past the family dynamic that had held him in its grip, and develop his own vision.
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion in which a group of Black men talk about Black male violence and Black male unemployment
Watch this kid reincarnate Michael Jackson at a school talent show.
James Halcomb presents his favorites (and not so favs) from this last year.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews the movie “Get On Up”, capturing a talented and influential musician’s life story, while simultaneously suggesting you check out some groovy tunes.
Why resurrecting dead celebrities with technology is not the best way of honoring their legacy.
If you were watching the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, then you witnessed the King of Pop make his triumphant return to the stage, all thanks to holographic technology of course.
The history of art is full of reprehensible behavior. Should that matter?
Devon Sanders asks if you’d accept the burden of knowing everything about Michael Jackson’s life to possess his talent, fame and fortune for 24 hours.
Matt Brennan doesn’t think that Charles Barkley or any other celebrity should be raising your kids.
JJ Vincent asked a 43-year-old about gender, identity, self-expression, and what defines a man.
Greg Simms on Generation X’s defining R&B album.
New York commuters find solidarity against hate and ignorance.
Jim Rigby explores the problems with defining some belief systems as religion while calling others superstitions.
Does the pop psych notion of Peter Pan Syndrome give boyish traits a bad reputation?