Radio One Originals

Black America Web got a chance to chop it up with burgeoning actress Kylee D. Allen to get the scoop on her new role in the hit Amazon Prime Video series, 'The Underground Railroad.'

There is a lot to undress this week. The trio discusses the Megan Thee Stallion and Da Baby beef on Twitter, celebrity cheating scandals, and more.  Plus, guess which popular NY rappers were allegedly in a relationship? The ladies have all the tea and break down the viral rumors of the week.

We have many things to celebrate! It's Father's Day, Juneteenth, and this week would have been the legend Tupac's  50th birthday. The ladies undress cancel culture and the 'Cater 2 U' lyrics while also breaking down Wendy William's flirtation with married men. You will not want to miss this.

June is Pride Month and the ladies chat about celebrities who recently came out. Guess which co-host has never kissed a girl! Plus, we talk about Mo’Nique’s advice to ditch the bonnets outside & the Real Housewives of Atlanta saga continuing with some alleged cheating. We’ll wrap it out with the guys shooting their shot […]

Black Music Month is fully alive and thriving here at Black America Web, so we figured now would be the perfect time to pay tribute to some of our favorite records that infused hard-hitting beats with soulful vocals.

Breion Moses of Seven Hillz Productions gives BAW the exclusive on how her use of philanthropy, scholarships and even internships continues to give aspiring filmmakers a foundation to hone their skills behind the big screen.

Black America Web pays tribute to famous folk who lost their lives due to gun violence, including soul legend Marvin Gaye, would-be Harlem rap king Big L and a list of other missed legends.

The Summer is here and we're talking about gaining the Quarantine 15- lose it or just let it all out. The ladies also undress "gold-diggers" and "cougars" and discuss why the women get the bad rep.

On the anniversary week of Whitney Houston's hit-filled 1987 sophomore album, we look back at five songs off the Diamond-selling LP that you should definitely give a spin for Black Music Month.

Check out Black America Web's list of good reads by iconic soul sirens from the past and dominating divas on the radio today, including Mariah Carey, Nina Simone, Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys, Patti LaBelle, Grace Jones and more.