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  • Tank Comes Full Circle With Single "I Deserve"
    Music

    Tank Comes Full Circle With Single "I Deserve"

    “I Deserve” brings Tank's two-decade career full circle by sampling his now-classic single, 2001’s Top 40 smash, “Maybe I Deserve.”
    By Bleu Magazine
  • New Music From AJ Tracey, Young Thug and More
    Culture

    New Music From AJ Tracey, Young Thug and More

    To lighten up your mood! Check out this week's latest releases from AJ Tracey, Young Thug, and more.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Cryptocurrency is the new Investment fad, but is it Worth It?
    Business

    Cryptocurrency is the new Investment fad, but is it Worth It?

    Recently, many people are opting to invest in cryptocurrency, which is a digital currency that isn’t regulated by a centralized authority.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Cooperations Halt Donations to Election Liars
    Business

    Cooperations Halt Donations to Election Liars

    Over the weekend a number of cooperations announced that they would no longer make donations via PACS to those who refused to certify the election.
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • Twitter bans over 70,000 QAnon Accounts and Tightens Guidelines
    Business

    Twitter bans over 70,000 QAnon Accounts and Tightens Guidelines

    Twitter Inc. has had a busy weekend purging thousands of QAnon-related accounts following the attack at the U.S Capitol building.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • New Music from Jazmine Sullivan, Desiigner, and More
    Culture

    New Music from Jazmine Sullivan, Desiigner, and More

    As the music calendar resets, check this week's newly released music from Jazmine Sullivan, Desiigner, Virgil Alboh and more.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Bless the Rains Down in Africa: How Ugo Mozie Corrects the Culture of Africa in Hollywood
    Culture

    Bless the Rains Down in Africa: How Ugo Mozie Corrects the Culture of Africa in Hollywood

    Sharing his ideas with the entire world, Ugo Mozie was destined to become one of the entertainment industry’s most creative minds.
    By Kent Olden
  • Antoine Bethea: Bet on Yourself
    Lifestyle

    Antoine Bethea: Bet on Yourself

    As Antoine Bethea makes his transition from NFL star safety to full-time philanthropist, he reminds us of where he started years ago.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Introducing Rising Atlanta Rapper Ola Runt
    Culture

    Introducing Rising Atlanta Rapper Ola Runt

    Hailing from Zone 6 Atlanta, rapper Ola Runt has quickly generated buzz in the city with his distinctive sound and lyrism.
    By Justin Wallace
  • King Vader: From Vine to 'Netflix Dreams'
    Culture

    King Vader: From Vine to 'Netflix Dreams'

    YouTube sensation King Vader discusses his creative accolades, partnerships, and his future goals in his latest interview with Bleu.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • New Music from Lil Durk, Playboi Carti, and More
    Culture

    New Music from Lil Durk, Playboi Carti, and More

    As we start the new year, a few projects were released during the final days of 2020. Check out new music from Lil Durk, Playboi Carti, and more.
    By Justin Wallace
  • NBA Opening Day: Nets vs Warriors, Lakers vs Clippers
    Lifestyle

    NBA Opening Day: Nets vs Warriors, Lakers vs Clippers

    NBA Opening day began with the Warriors takign on the Nets and the Lakers against their hoemtown rival, the Clippers
    By Stacey Edward
  • 2020 Rewind: Some of this Year's Biggest Stories
    Culture

    2020 Rewind: Some of this Year's Biggest Stories

    Check out our story as we look to conclude the year ,2020, we take a look at some of the most prevalent stories of this year.
    By Stacey Edward
  • Trump Clings to Hope of Overturning the 2020 Election
    Culture

    Trump Clings to Hope of Overturning the 2020 Election

    Insider reports show that President Donald Trump is continuing his election-fraud rampage, taking his anger out on staffers along the way.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue from National Statuary Hall
    Culture

    Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue from National Statuary Hall

    The state of Virginia has announced that the Robert E. Lee statue has been removed from the National Statuary Hall in the U.S Capitol.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Attorney General Bill Barr Resigns with a Month Left to Serve
    Culture

    Attorney General Bill Barr Resigns with a Month Left to Serve

    United States Attorney General Bill Barr announced his resignation with just over a month left of his term; the news broke over Twitter.
    By Stacey Edward
  • Trends show Gen Z Pushes for 'Conscious Capitalism'
    Business

    Trends show Gen Z Pushes for 'Conscious Capitalism'

    Dubbed “conscious capitalism,” a study by Harvard Business Review found Gen Z consumers to be more conscious of better business practices.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Kyle Laursen's 'Josiah' Tackles Toxic Hollywood Power Dynamics
    Culture

    Kyle Laursen's 'Josiah' Tackles Toxic Hollywood Power Dynamics

    To bring the issues of Hollywood power dynamics to light, director Kyle Laursen created Josiah, a short film that discusses these issues.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Lewis Beilharz teams up with Bleu for an Exclusive Collaboration
    Lifestyle

    Lewis Beilharz teams up with Bleu for an Exclusive Collaboration

    We are so excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with artist Lewis Beilharz to create a collection of three dope tees, ready for pre-order.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • NBNA Announces 'RETHINK' and 'RE:SET' Campaigns
    Lifestyle

    NBNA Announces 'RETHINK' and 'RE:SET' Campaigns

    The NBNA recently announced two new campaigns under their wellness initiative, NBNA Resilliant Nurse Resource™: RETHINK and RE:SET.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Paybby Seeks to end Unfair Banking Practices in the U.S
    Business

    Paybby Seeks to end Unfair Banking Practices in the U.S

    With a mission to close the wealth gap caused by historical discrimination, Paybby has created a completely free, digital banking service.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Outlier and the University of Pittsburg Announce Frontline Workers Scholarship
    Business

    Outlier and the University of Pittsburg Announce Frontline Workers Scholarship

    To thank essential workers, The University of Pittsburgh and Outlier teamed up to create The Frontline Workers Scholarship
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Atlanta Rapper Unghetto Mathieu talks new music, name, and more
    Culture

    Atlanta Rapper Unghetto Mathieu talks new music, name, and more

    Unghetto Mathieu amassed over 700,000 YouTube subscribers. At just 19, the Atlanta native brings a different perspective to trap music.
    By Justin Wallace
  • New Music from Aminé, YFN Lucci and More
    Culture

    New Music from Aminé, YFN Lucci and More

    As we enter the last month of the year, check out new delux albums and projects from Aminé, YFN Lucci, Rico Nasty, and DJ Scheme.
    By Justin Wallace
  • FRVRFRIDAY Drops 'PRIDEFUL' Video
    Culture

    FRVRFRIDAY Drops 'PRIDEFUL' Video

    Rising artist FRVRFRIDAY dropped his newest video for his track “PRIDEFUL.” The track finishes off a successful year for the artist.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • President-elect Biden Announces new Economic Team
    Culture

    President-elect Biden Announces new Economic Team

    President-Elect Joe Biden recently announced his economic team. If confirmed by the U.S. Senate, the list marks a historic accomplishment.
    By Stacey Edward
  • Q&A with TikTok Star James Henry
    Culture

    Q&A with TikTok Star James Henry

    James Henry started his TikTok account years ago with the motive of sharing his passion for directing, producing and acting.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • What Would an RV Vacation Look Like?
    Lifestyle

    What Would an RV Vacation Look Like?

    Travel will not return to normal for a while. But the RV could provide a type of pre-pandemic vacation with limited connection to others.
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • The All-New Ford Bronco: America’s Original SUV Makes a Wild Comeback
    Business

    The All-New Ford Bronco: America’s Original SUV Makes a Wild Comeback

    The new Bronco fuses retro form and modern function giving adventurers and experts a chance to experience wild places anytime, anywhere.
    By Lavanya Sunkara
  • The Courageous Creative: Vernon François
    Culture

    The Courageous Creative: Vernon François

    If you're attuned to Hollywood’s elite creatives gracing the silver screens, parading the red carpets, then you should know Vernon Françios.
    By Cataanda James
  • Meet the Photographer Who’s Captured Some of Black America’s Biggest Moments
    Culture

    Meet the Photographer Who’s Captured Some of Black America’s Biggest Moments

    In the months leading up to Obama's inauguration, dozens of new staffers were hired. Among them was photographer Lawrence Jackson.
    By Talia Leacock
  • How Does Your Garden Grow?: How Two Boys from Buffalo are Making it in Marketing
    Business

    How Does Your Garden Grow?: How Two Boys from Buffalo are Making it in Marketing

    Charles Bascom always saw himself solidifying his spot in the marketing world. He started Wealth Garden Entertainment to do just that.
    By Kent Olden
  • New Music from AJ Tracey, Stunna 4 Vegas, and More
    Culture

    New Music from AJ Tracey, Stunna 4 Vegas, and More

    I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. Check out new music, EPs, albums, and long plays from AJ Tracey, Stunna 4 Vegas, and more.
    By Justin Wallace
  • This Weeks Exclusive Heat Check Sneaker Releases
    Lifestyle

    This Weeks Exclusive Heat Check Sneaker Releases

    This weeks Heat Check featuring Air Jordan 4 Fire Red 2020, Adidas Yeezy Boost 380 Onyx Reflective and Air jordan 10 Dark Mocha !!
    By Zaire Turner
  • Thanksgiving's Heroes sends over 2000 Families full Holiday Meals
    Culture

    Thanksgiving's Heroes sends over 2000 Families full Holiday Meals

    Rob Adams, a successful Salt Lake City Real Estate agent, gives away 2,500 free Thanksgiving meals through Thanksgiving’s Heroes.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Black Friday Deals 2020
    Business

    Black Friday Deals 2020

    With Black Friday 2020 right around the corner, we take a look at some of the hottest items going on sale this holiday season.
    By Stacey Edward
  • Get Ahead on Holiday Shopping with Bleu's Black Friday Gift Guide
    Culture

    Get Ahead on Holiday Shopping with Bleu's Black Friday Gift Guide

    We’re somehow fast approaching Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Bleu’s here to help you get ahead of the shopping curve with upcoming deals.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Join Bleu's Founder for a Panel Discussion on Neobanks and Unbanked Households
    Business

    Join Bleu's Founder for a Panel Discussion on Neobanks and Unbanked Households

    'How Can a Neobank Help People of Color' will be focusing on issues like unbanked households and the potential benefits of a “neobank.”
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Google Announces new Privacy Settings for Gmail, Meet and Chat
    Business

    Google Announces new Privacy Settings for Gmail, Meet and Chat

    Google announced they will be letting users opt out of Gmail smart features like Smart Compose and Smart Reply to have control over data.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • With a Booming Tech Industry, Africa is Short on Developers
    Business

    With a Booming Tech Industry, Africa is Short on Developers

    Africa is home to 1.3 billion people, but only 700,000 people are professional developers, comparatively this number is relatively small.
    By Madison Allison
  • Men in Dresses Burgeons Marxism, According to Candace Owens
    Lifestyle

    Men in Dresses Burgeons Marxism, According to Candace Owens

    Candace Owens, the 31-year-old conservative commentator, has got a bone to pick with Vogue. She claims the latest cover has ties to Marxism.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Style Lessons with Miles Davis
    Lifestyle

    Style Lessons with Miles Davis

    Miles Davis has been regarded as one of the most influential figures in the history of jazz, cementing himself as an innovator.
    By Stacey Edward
  • This Week's Exclusive Heat Check Sneaker Releases
    Lifestyle

    This Week's Exclusive Heat Check Sneaker Releases

    A new week means we are back with even more exclusive sneaker releases. This week's Heat Check features not one, but two Air Jordan releases.
    By Zaire Turner
  • What President-Elect Joe Biden's Cabinet may Look Like
    Culture

    What President-Elect Joe Biden's Cabinet may Look Like

    With the prolonged election results leading to a Biden/Harris win, many are speculating who will fill president-elect Joe Biden’s cabinet.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • #BeApp Founder Ray Smith Champions Artist-to-Fan Experience
    Culture

    #BeApp Founder Ray Smith Champions Artist-to-Fan Experience

    With the return of concerts being nowhere in site, #BeApp steps up to provide music fans opportunities to connect with their favorite artists.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • King Von Passes Away at Age 26
    Culture

    King Von Passes Away at Age 26

    With heavy hearts, we announce that up-and-coming rapper and soon to be Bleu cover star King Von has passed away at age 26.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • COVID-19 Sweeps the NFL, Again
    Lifestyle

    COVID-19 Sweeps the NFL, Again

    COVID-19 has had a strong grasp on the NFL the week with several teams reporting cases amongst players and staff.
    By Stacey Edward
  • New Jersey is the Latest State to Legalize Marijuana
    Culture

    New Jersey is the Latest State to Legalize Marijuana

    There's one election story that has come by surprise. New Jersey's voters have moved for the state to legalize recreational marijuana.
    By Stacey Edward
  • Will Donald Pull the Trump Card?: How 45 can Challenge Results
    Culture

    Will Donald Pull the Trump Card?: How 45 can Challenge Results

    With the U.S election coming to an end on a very close margin, many people are worried that President Donald Trump may call fraud.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Concerts Likely Won't Come Back Until 2021
    Culture

    Concerts Likely Won't Come Back Until 2021

    Some venues have opted for socially distanced audiences, many music fans are wondering when traditional, live concerts will make its comeback.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Alec King 'Disconnects to Reconnect' in Debut Album
    Culture

    Alec King 'Disconnects to Reconnect' in Debut Album

    Artist on-the-rise Alec King dropped his debut album Everything’s Backwards on October 23. The 15-track project features Gnash, K., and more.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • This Week's Exclusive Heat Check Sneaker Releases
    Lifestyle

    This Week's Exclusive Heat Check Sneaker Releases

    New Heat Check featuring new concepts like the Air Jordan 1 Mocha, Adidas yeezy boost 380 Calcite Glow and Off white x Air jordan 5 Sail !
    By Zaire Turner
  • Newark, NJ Announces Strict COVID Shutdowns
    Lifestyle

    Newark, NJ Announces Strict COVID Shutdowns

    Newark, New Jersey will be going under lockdown amid coronavirus case spikes. The city has seen positive rates rise to 11 percent
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Sen. Mitch McConnell Proposes $500 Billion Stimulus Plan
    Culture

    Sen. Mitch McConnell Proposes $500 Billion Stimulus Plan

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have been failing to reach an agreement on a coronavirus package.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Darrell Kelley: A Musician's Mission to Spread Social Awareness
    Culture

    Darrell Kelley: A Musician's Mission to Spread Social Awareness

    Singer/songwriter Darrell Kelley has put his emotions to music by creating beautiful pieces dedicated to victims of police brutality.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • V.A Gov. Ralph Northam also Targeted in 'Militia' Kidnapping Plot
    Culture

    V.A Gov. Ralph Northam also Targeted in 'Militia' Kidnapping Plot

    The five suspects charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer also had plans to kidnap Virginia’s Gov., Ralph Northam.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Kanye West is 'Stepping out on Faith' for a more Religious America
    Culture

    Kanye West is 'Stepping out on Faith' for a more Religious America

    “America. What is America’s destiny? What is best for our nation, our people?” asks 2020 presidential candidate Kanye West
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Let's Discuss Racism in the U.S with These Nonfiction Works
    Culture

    Let's Discuss Racism in the U.S with These Nonfiction Works

    Comprised mostly of nonfiction books, this selection features works discussing different facets of systemic racism in the U.S.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Supporting Black Tourism: The Rise of Black-Owned Resorts
    Lifestyle

    Supporting Black Tourism: The Rise of Black-Owned Resorts

    The BLM has changed everything and this includes how we shop, eat, and travel. Check out these Black owned and operated resorts.
    By Nino Reyes
  • DeBlasio Announces Shutdowns in New York City ZIP Codes
    Lifestyle

    DeBlasio Announces Shutdowns in New York City ZIP Codes

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that he will be enforcing restrictions on specific ZIP codes where coronavirus rates are spiking.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Volvo XC60 Polestar is Stylishly Eco
    Culture

    Volvo XC60 Polestar is Stylishly Eco

    Safety has long been the word associated with the Volvo brand and for good reason. Introducing the new Volvo XC60 Polestar.
    By Tanya Hayles
  • Choosing The Perfect Theme for Your Man Cave
    Culture

    Choosing The Perfect Theme for Your Man Cave

    Human beings have recognized the value of me-time. Centuries ago this meant disappearing into the wilderness, but now we have the man cave.
    By Chloe McCoy
  • Joseph Rovegno is Exhibiting 'Between Madness' in Manhattan
    Culture

    Joseph Rovegno is Exhibiting 'Between Madness' in Manhattan

    Joseph Rovegno, a photographer known for his eye-catching black and white imagery, is currently exhibiting his newest series Between Madness.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Representation Equals Dollars: Black Owned Media Demands Inclusion
    Culture

    Representation Equals Dollars: Black Owned Media Demands Inclusion

    The Black Owned Media Equity & Sustainability Institute seeks to bring advertising dollars into Black owned media outlets
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • The Presidential Election is Coming Up, Are you Ready?
    Culture

    The Presidential Election is Coming Up, Are you Ready?

    With the threat of Coronavirus hanging over the U.S, the 2020 Presidential Election will be like nothing we’ve seen before.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • My Gap Year: Out of Fashion
    Lifestyle

    My Gap Year: Out of Fashion

    Damien Nunes, a former employee at Gap, details his experience of being let-go during the Coronavirus pandemic and his fashion career.
    By Damien Nunes
  • Meet Davo
    Culture

    Meet Davo

    With music being his way of life since birth, Uno Umbrella recording artist Davo is here to showcase his patented psychedelic R&B sound.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Lockdown but not Knocked Down: How Ali Rasoul Pressed On
    Culture

    Lockdown but not Knocked Down: How Ali Rasoul Pressed On

    Film Director, Editor and Cinematographer. These are the exceptional roles Ali Rasoul has developed over the years to shape his business.
    By Nicole Biredu
  • Broadway at the Drive-In kicks off Sept. 26 in Queens
    Entertainment

    Broadway at the Drive-In kicks off Sept. 26 in Queens

    Starting September 26, New Yorkers will be able to enjoy all the glory of Broadway from the comfort of their car or picnic table.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • HBO Max’s ‘Class Action Park’ Glosses over Tragic Deaths
    Lifestyle

    HBO Max’s ‘Class Action Park’ Glosses over Tragic Deaths

    In late August, HBO Max released a documentary detailing the most dangerous amusement park in American history: Action Park.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Dwayne Johnson Now Part Owner of XFL
    Sports

    Dwayne Johnson Now Part Owner of XFL

    Actor and former wrestler Dwayne "The Rock Johnson" has become part owner of the XFL. Johnson teamed up with RedBird Capital to make the purchase.
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • NFL Pundit Mike Ditka Under Fire for Kneeling Comments
    Sports

    NFL Pundit Mike Ditka Under Fire for Kneeling Comments

    NFL Hall of Famer Mike Ditka has come under fire recently for his comments about kneeling during the national anthem, says "get the hell out."
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Venture Capitalists' Implicit Biases Cannot be Challenged in Court
    Business

    Venture Capitalists' Implicit Biases Cannot be Challenged in Court

    Venture capitalists in the U.S spent $130 billion last year investing in countless startups. Black entrepreneurs only receive about 1 percent of that.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Q&A with Regina's Grocery Founder Roman Grandinetti
    Culture

    Q&A with Regina's Grocery Founder Roman Grandinetti

    Welcome to Regina’s Grocery! A family-owned and operated deli and pork store serving the Lower East Side community serving up Italian-style sandwiches.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Muniq Nutritional Shakes aid in Gut Health and More
    Health And Fitness

    Muniq Nutritional Shakes aid in Gut Health and More

    Owned by Marc Washington, Muniq creates nutrional shakes that promote gut health. Using key prebiotics, his formulas stand out against the rest.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Bam Marley talks Self-Produced Project, 'M.E.S.A'
    Lifestyle

    Bam Marley talks Self-Produced Project, 'M.E.S.A'

    Bam Marley doesn’t take his blessings for granted. Creating music, as he describes it, is “a gift that you get, and there’s ways to pay respects.”
    By Bleu Magazine
  • #BlackatPMJ Collective calls out Postmodern JukeBox in an Open Letter
    Music

    #BlackatPMJ Collective calls out Postmodern JukeBox in an Open Letter

    A collective, #BlackatPMJ, wrote an open letter to PostModern Jukebox founder Scott Bradlee calling on him to adress racial disaparties.
    By Bleu Magazine
  • Sneaker Releases Featuring New Yeezy Boosts and More
    Fashion

    Sneaker Releases Featuring New Yeezy Boosts and More

    This week's sneaker releases feature more from Yeezy, Nike and the Jordan Brand including new colorways for old designs and new collabs.
    By Zaire Turner
  • Emergency Relief Funds helping Workers During COVID-19
    Business

    Emergency Relief Funds helping Workers During COVID-19

    During the Covid-19 pandemic, many unions and foundations have come together to providing emergency relief funds to compensate for their loss of income.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Politics

    How Unemployment Rates are Affecting the Economy

    As the COVID-19 pandemic made its way across the country, unemployment rates skyrocketed to never-before-seen levels with 30 million people unemployed.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • 11:11 on new Music, Success, ATL and More
    Music

    11:11 on new Music, Success, ATL and More

    Hailing from Toronto, 11:11 turned a passion for production and beats into a flourishing music career. Now, he's gearing up to release his debut album
    By Jamie Rollo
  • New Music From Pop Smoke, Gucci Mane, Westside Gunn, and more
    Music

    New Music From Pop Smoke, Gucci Mane, Westside Gunn, and more

    Here are some new releases from Pop Smoke, Gucci Mane, Westside Gunn, and more.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Tyla Yaweh Drops 'Tommy Lee' with Post Malone
    Music

    Tyla Yaweh Drops 'Tommy Lee' with Post Malone

    Back in February, Tyla Yaweh met with Bleu in Long Island City for one of his first editorial shoots. Now, he's released his biggest track yet.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Why Did The Patriots Low-Ball Cam Newton?
    Sports

    Why Did The Patriots Low-Ball Cam Newton?

    It’s safe to say Cam Newton has received another chance to be the star quarterback for the New England Patriots, but the pay is jarring.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Politics

    Can the rise in Mail-in Ballots Increase Voter Suppression?

    In the wake of COVID and President Donald Trump’s animosity towards mail-in votes many are worried about a voter suppression catastrophe in November.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Q&A with Navy from Taste of Pluto
    Music

    Q&A with Navy from Taste of Pluto

    With a sound completely of their own, the Caribbean hip hop collection Taste of Pluto has released their debut single "Scorpio's Letter."
    By Bleu Magazine
  • New Music From IDK, Megan The Stallion, Lil Durk, and more
    Music

    New Music From IDK, Megan The Stallion, Lil Durk, and more

    Cheers to the weekend. With the weekend ahead of us, here are some new releases from IDK, Megan The Stallion, Lil Durk, and more.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Working Out During a Pandemic 101
    Health And Fitness

    Working Out During a Pandemic 101

    We caught up with fitness trainer Miranda Reeves and she reminded us of the importance of remaining active and working out.
    By Tommy Rodriguez
  • Q&A with 'Surthrival Mode' Author and Life Coach Pervis Taylor
    Health And Fitness

    Q&A with 'Surthrival Mode' Author and Life Coach Pervis Taylor

    Having been a life coach for 10 years, Pervis Taylor is enthused to share his knowledge with the world in his latest book Surthrival Mode.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Noose Found In Garage Stall Of Bubba Wallace
    Sports

    Noose Found In Garage Stall Of Bubba Wallace

    In a statement released on Sunday night, NASCAR revealed that a noose was found in  in the garage stall of Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr.
    By Elysia Tanswell
  • Traveling Through Boston: Places to Eat, Stay and See
    Travel

    Traveling Through Boston: Places to Eat, Stay and See

    In Boston, there’s culture, sports dynasties, and some of the best seafood in the country. Explore this east coast hub by visiting some of the city’s gems.
    By Erica Commisso
  • Adidas, Nike and Air Jordan's Newest Upcoming Releases
    Footwear

    Adidas, Nike and Air Jordan's Newest Upcoming Releases

    This week's upcoming releases into the sneaker world are all fresh new concepts by Adidas and Air Jordan, featuring the new Adidas Yeezy Quantum Barium.
    By Zaire Turner
  • New Music from Teyana Taylor, John Legend, and More
    Music

    New Music from Teyana Taylor, John Legend, and More

    Happy Juneteenth from the Bleu Media Family. Here are some new music releases from Teyana Taylor, John Legend, and more to enoy this weekend.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Black-Owned Brands to Shop Right Now
    Business

    Black-Owned Brands to Shop Right Now

    In the state of the world we live in, it's important to help support all Black-owned business and help each other prosper in every way imaginable.
    By Zaire Turner
  • Bren Joy Talks New Song and More
    Music

    Bren Joy Talks New Song and More

    Nashville's own Bren Joy unique style of music. Mixing multiple beats from different genres, Bren has found the way to be modified in his way.
    By Justin Wallace
  • Charming Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
    Travel

    Charming Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

    Once home to the wealthiest robber barons and entrepreneurs, Lake Geneva exudes both historical and natural charm. It is the perfect year-round get away.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • Politics

    U.N Human Rights Council to hold Debate on Police Brutality

    The U.N Human Rights Council announced that it will hold a much requested discussion on racism and police brutality this Wednesday.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • The Gospel of Mali Music
    Music

    The Gospel of Mali Music

    Mali Music found his power through music by creating a sound that attracts the ears of saints and sinners. Check out his q&a with Bleu Magazine.
    By Ebony Allison
  • Q&A with Rising Artist Leven Kali
    Music

    Q&A with Rising Artist Leven Kali

    With a sound completely of his own, Leven Kali is gearing up to release his latest project High Tide. Check out our q&a with this rising artist.
    By Jamie Rollo
  • How Hotels Will Change After Coronavirus?
    Lifestyle

    How Hotels Will Change After Coronavirus?

    Lockdown measures are slowly starting to ease, meaning non-essential travel is on the horizon. But hotels won't exactly go back to normal.
    By Elysia Tanswell
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