Ngozi Nwanji is a Nigerian-American journalist, writer, and content creator from and based in Silver Spring, Maryland with a passion for storytelling, media representation, and music. Along with writing for AfroTech, she's the founder of her own entertainment website, Z's P.O.V — a platform for underrated music and Black creatives.
On Nov. 27, Jack Harlow’s “Lovin on Me” secured the top spot on Billboard’s Hot 100, according to Billboard. While the record is the Kentucky rapper’s third No.1, the announcement also marked a win for another musician.
Watching firsthand the state of production finance sparked a drive in Shawn Hamilton to make improvements.
Kevin Hart is paying it forward once again to Black and brown entrepreneurs.
After Eazy-E’s passing in 1995, his sophomore studio album, “ Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton,” was posthumously released the following year. As the N.W.A founding member’s music career was abruptly cut short, ideas have started to be brainstormed for how to keep it going.
In the words of DJ Khaled: “Another one” — Issa Rae strikes again!
An official decision has been made regarding Aretha Franklin’s estate.
Joe Smith knows firsthand what it’s like to go from making over eight figures to losing it all. In 2018, the former NBA star and No. 1 draft pick appeared on MLB star Alex Rodriguez’s show “Back in the Game” due to financial trouble, according to CNBC. The goal was to teach Smith how to bring in more revenue and decrease his spending. The show would support Smith’s coaching business, which he started in 2015, so he could be in a better financial standing.
A young basketball star has made history over at Adidas.
It appears as though Spotify would like to improve how it supports musicians.
Nov 22, 2023
Ingrid Best’s work behind the scenes for leading spirits brands has worked in her favor.
Nov 21, 2023
It can be a bittersweet feeling when students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are proud to rep their school while also facing the challenges that may come with attending one. According to a 2022 report by the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice (Temple University), out of a surveyed 5,000 students from 14 private and public HBCUs in the fall of 2020, 46% shared that they “ lacked sufficient food a month prior to when the survey was taken.”
Would you be open to having your voice cloned using artificial intelligence (AI)? Well, it looks like some of your favorite stars are down for it.
50 Cent has taken another step on the path of building out G-Unit Film Division.
From the looks of the current state of artificial intelligence (AI), it’s not going anywhere for the foreseeable future. It’s for this reason that people have been sharing statistics on how harmful its bias can be. According to a 2021 report from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), AI tools — built by humans — have been found to worsen discriminatory practices against marginalized groups such as housing discrimination.
T.I. has kept his word on a promise to his city.