Anika Noni Rose talks Disney’s The Princess and the Frog.
Brooklyn’s Finest – Wesley Snipes and Don Cheadle talk about their movie.
Ice-T is tired of teenie boppers taking over hip-hop.
Idris Elba talks about how he prepared for his forthcoming movie, The Losers.
Nick Cannon aka Mr. Carey embraces being corny, becomes youngest TV exec in history.
Nicki Minaj on toning down her hypersexual image.
Nikki D talks about how hip-hop has changed since she became the first female rapper signed to Def Jam, how women in the industry can take more control of their business and why she’s not a fan of Nicki Minaj.
Katerina Graham is a Jane of all trades who has mastered acting, dance and music. Since the interview, she landed a role in the CW’s Vampire Diaries, where you can catch her every Thursday night.
Keke Palmer talks True Jackson VP and balancing an acting career with music.
Michael Jai White talks Black Dynamite.
Pepa talks about her autobiography, Let’s Talk About Pep and growth.
Slim Thug: “Black Women Need To Stand By Their Man More.”
Talib Kweli responds to Slim Thug.
Tichina Arnold talks being an under-appreciated entertainer, being a single mother who balances raising her daughter with a busy career.
Tomica Wright remembers Eazy E.
When Big Butts Kill: A Woman Reveals Her Experience With Illegal Butt Injections.
Hustling Dope, The Hip-Hop Kind – Three rappers explain how they make a living selling their music on the streets of New York City.
The Dreadlock Revolution-Professional Women Share How They Are Changing Negative Perceptions of the Ancient Hairstyle.
Interviewing Erica Mena on VH1′s Love & Hip-Hop (I appear at 3:23, please excuse the quality as Vh1 removed the original video)
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