Actress Rochelle Aytes On Pulling Double Duty For ‘Mistresses’ And ‘Criminal Minds’

Rochelle Aytes came out of the womb with a love for performing. As April Malloy on ABC’s Mistresses (which is currently in its third season), show writers have infused bits and pieces of Aytes’ personality into her character. But the biggest role actress faces? Being herself. – VIBE Magazine Read More: Photo Credit: Press…

Obama Gives Hope to Working Families In Motor City

“Dear President Obama, I am 13 years old and I am worried about my family’s future in Michigan,” the daughter of a laid-off worker within the automobile industry wrote six years ago. The now-19-year-old and her employed father joined President Barack Obama during his address on enabling a successful economy for working families. – VIBE…

R. Kelly Discusses Abuse As A Child, Aaliyah & More In Interview With ‘GQ’

<h2 style="text-align:center;"As R. Kelly’s music gained ignition, cultural representations of his scandal-clad career made the world more familiar with a remix of the R&B singer/producer’s life story. His sexual habits not only fueled his explicit lyrics and latest album The Buffet but the rumors tarnishing the Grammy-award winner’s reputation. – VIBE Magazine Read More:;

Comeback Season: 19 Drake Lyrics To Use In A Fight

October’s Very Own is not as sensitive as his reputation perceives him. Sure, Drake’s songs provide emo gold and sweet serenades to women living in Houstatlantavegas but he can also pack a punch in his verses.

Olympian Cullen Jones Dives Into Teaching Minorities How To Swim

When the United States won the gold medal for 4×100-meter freestyle relay, swimmers broke the world record twice at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Cullen Jones, the eight-man team’s only black member, swam both heats and became the second African-American swimmer to win a gold medal. Twenty-three years prior, he broke another statistic when saved from…