Chris Rock

Chris Rock‘s two-minute skit at the end of Kanye West‘s “Blame Game” is easily one of our favorite moments on West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album.  Rock says that the hilarious bit, known unofficially as “Yeezy Taught Me,” invigorated him.

Chris Rock is taking his talents to Broadway with a starring role in The Motherf**ker With The Hat.  Rock describes the play in an interview with Vibe as “The Honeymooners on drugs.”

Comedian Chris Rock compares the Tea Party’s  behavior to children who are sent to bed in the March issue of Esquire. When asked how he felt about political tension in the U.S., Rock described their actions as “acting up” before racism ends in America.

On the Valentines Day episode of Chris Rock‘s HBO talk show in 1997, D’Angelo performed with an all-star band including Raphael Saadiq, ?uestlove of The Roots, Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest and the late Chalmers “Spanky” Alford. The quintet, which was unofficially known as Linwood Rose, performed D’Angelo’s hit single “Lady.”

New York — On Tuesday night, the annual Kennedy Center Honors were held to celebrate some of the biggest names in entertainment and media, including the one and only Oprah Winfrey.

Fresh off of his guest spot on Kanye West’s forthcoming My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Chris Rock will be popping up on Busta Rhymes’ forthcoming album.

Sesame Street's "I Love My Hair" creator Joseph Mazzarino, spoke with CNN about how his adopted daughter from Ethiopia inspired the clip.

Andre Harrell celebrated his 50th birthday over the weekend at The Derby in NYC.

Today the DVD for Sony Studio’s Death At A Funeral comes to video stores and on-demand outlets. In this remake of the British comedy a father’s death brings a family together for a literal comedy of errors. The all-star cast is made up of some of the today’s funniest comedians, Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Tracy […]

Not only can Kerry Washington act, she looks damn good doing it. Her latest project “Night Catches Us,” a Black Panther era drama with Anthony Mackie, is a favorite at the upcoming New York International Latino Film Festival. In celebration, we’re reflecting on Kerry’s steamiest scenes. Objections? We thought not.