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Drake owns 70% of the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 [PHOTO]

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer All year long, Drake and Cardi B have owned the charts. The year of 2018 has also seen Childish Gambino have some major success, while there was also Juice WRLD emerge as a big name. For Drake, it all started with the "God's Plan" single. The start

#PowerStarz season five premiere tops cable Sunday night ratings

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer Every summer, fans say "it's a big rich town" are the only words they want to hear. When they hear those words, they know "Power" is on, and everything is right with the world. Watching Ghost (Omari Hardwick) continue to find his way is worth watching. Finally,

SPOILER ALERT: #Power (Season 5, Episode 2) – “Damage Control”

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer Last night, "Power" picked up right where the drama left off. Yikes, this kid, Tariq (Michael Rainey, Jr.) never learns. Right in the middle of Raina's (Donshea Hopkins) funeral, he skips out to warn Dre (Rotimi) that he's being set up. Dre seems to be all over

Cardi B makes Billboard Hot 100 history, as “I Like It” reaches number one, making her the first female rapper to score two number one records, and Cardi celebrates with new video [VIDEO]

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer A year ago, Cardi B was beginning her takeover of the game. Even though most agreed her song was a hit, few predicted that she would top Billboard Hot 100. When she did, detractors tried to make excuses about her success. While Cardi B's next single didn't

Cardi B reaches platinum with #ILikeIt, as “Bodak Yellow” goes 6x platinum, and “Bartier Cardi” goes double platinum

By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer Representing The Bronx, Cardi B has become one of the biggest rapper in the game. After people tried to write her off as a one-hit-wonder, Cardi B has proven to be much more. Her album, Invasion of Privacy, is platinum. Delivering "Bodak Yellow," that song topped Billboard, then

HHV Exclusive: “Down For Whatever” cast talks new movie on TV One, Kanye West’s “slavery was a choice comment,” and Hosea Chanchez offers a unique take on Kanye’s statement

 By Alyssa Debonair Staff Writer Every summer, TV One delivers a major film, and it is usually met with positive reviews. Back in 2016, there was the Miki Howard biopic, and last year saw the Media film, but the TV series never followed. This year, Down For Whatever is the summer movie. Starring Hosea