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Exclusive: Sports Journalist Sania Blu Talks Landing Her Dream Job At ESPN

After speaking with Sania Blu for just a few moments, you can feel her cool, calm, and confident energy.  The 22-year-old recent college graduate is originally from Los Angeles but…

Exclusive: Atlanta Underground Artist Jiggs Talks New Music, New Sound And Fresh Start

  #OnTheRise Although, COVID put a pause on the world. It didn’t put a stop to new ideas, new projects, inspiration. The COVID pandemic gave us the push we needed…

A ‘Fresh Start’ Exclusive: How Chicago Visual Artist Kelli Anthony Draws Inspiration From His Hometown

#RoyalMen    Who recalls the scene in the movie, Love Jones, when Nina, played by Nia Long, called her Darius, portrayed by Larenz Tate, the Renaissance Black man? Well, we take we…

RoyalTee Exclusive: Tyla Anne Harris Talks ABC’s ‘For Life’, And A Fresh Start

  “I think pressure makes a diamond.” If you’re unfamiliar with the name- TYLA ANNE HARRIS, you will be. The 20-year-old actress is on the rise, on the go, and…

Chloe x Halle Are Neutrogena’s Brand Ambassadors

 Chloe x Halle is the newest faces of Neutrogena.  Whether it’s music or fashion, Chloe and Halle Bailey are known for setting a trend with anything they put their hands…

#OnTheRise How Khadijah Cantrell’s Love For Cinema Inspired Her To Create Her Own Production Studio

Lights, Camera, Action! Tyler Perry isn’t the only productions studio on our radar! Kennesaw State graduate, Khadijah Cantrell is the founder and CEO of Khandid Productions. Launched in 2019, Cantrell was…

Nic King Creates First Black-Owned Cereal Company Called ‘Proud Puffs’

Watch out General Mills, there is a new cereal in town! Proud Puffs are coming to make a statement with their vegan-friendly, gluten-free, and chocolaty puffs. And check this- the…

10 #OnTheRise Black Atlanta Artists To Support And Follow!

  Black History Month is over but let’s continue to support local Black artists year-round. Quarantine has taken a toll on everyone, especially artists who rely on public viewing and…

5 BIPOC Women Comedians In Chicago Who Are Making Us Laugh At Home

#OnTheRise  As we come to almost a full 365 days in a pandemic, we could all use a little more light and laughter in our lives. Here are five hilarious…

Anika Noni Rose and Brandy Gave Us Black Princesses, For That They’ll Always Be RoyalTee

#RoyalWomenInspire  Black History month may be over, but we’re not finished honoring Black women who have shaped our culture in entertainment for Women’s History Month and beyond. For years, Hollywood…