New Music: ‘Driving Me’ by Serayah McNeill
Actress Serayah McNeill has released her first official single. The 22-year old Empire star took to social media at midnight to share Driving Me, a Rihanna-esque sounding track that features production from Atlanta-based rapper/producer Jazze Pha.
Meagan Good Brings Back ‘Californication’ Kali
Meagan Good is set to reprise her Californication character in the upcoming Showtime comedy White Famous. The former Minority Report star has reportedly been tapped to appear in at least two episodes of the series, which is produced by Jamie Foxx and stars Jacob Ming-Trent and Saturday Night Live alum Jay Pharoah.
Keyshia Cole Declines to Share All on Love & Hip Hop
Fans hoping for a more drama involving Keyshia Cole’s storyline on Love & Hip Hop Hollywood are out of luck, at least according to a recent interview from the Love singer. After appearing on over five reality shows during her decade-long career, Keyshia says she learned a thing or two- like how to keep things simple.
Regina Hall Joins ‘The Hate U Give’ Cast
Actress Regina Hall has joined the cast of The Hate U Give, Fox 2000’s adaptation of the Black Lives Matter young adult novel of the same name. The Girls Trip star joins previously announced cast members Amandla Stenberg (The Hunger Games + Sleepy Hollow), Lamar Johnson (The Next Step), and Grimm’s Russel Hornsby.
Coming Soon: Fenty Beauty by Rihanna
Rihanna’s long-teased make-up line finally has an official release date. According to the singer’s various social media pages, Fenty Beauty will make its debut via Sephora and Harvey Nichols (an upscale U.K. department store) on September 8th.
The Franklins Share Their Black Love Story
Meagan Good and hubby DeVon Franklin are set to appear in an upcoming documentary titled Black Love, set to air via the OWN channel on August 16th. The network will run four one-hour episodes, which aim to highlight love stories within the black community. “Black Love dives into how love begins, while showing the reality of what life-long love looks like,” reads the press release OWN issued for the show. “Using honest, emotional and sometimes cringe-worthy stories, the series offers proof that while love can happen for everyone, it isn’t a cakewalk.”