Michael Eric Dyson’s book, “Jay-Z: Made in America” is new on the nonfiction list this week.
A year after artists shunned the N.F.L., the league formed a partnership with Jay-Z to attract top musical talent.
The founder of a Chicago youth group, who shared a photo of herself cutting off a boy’s dreadlocks in 2016, says she meant no disrespect.
“Originals,” a collection of 15 demos for songs recorded by the Bangles, Kenny Rogers and Sinead O’Connor, is a rough draft of pop genius.
The anniversary event, scheduled to feature Jay-Z, Miley Cyrus and Dead and Company, was supposed to celebrate the most famous rock concert in history.
“Mississippi Goddam,” “La Bamba” and the Jay-Z album “The Blueprint” were among the 25 recordings chosen by the Library of Congress.
The music awards have failed to recognize boundary-pushing black performers. But this year there’s a welcome surprise in a less-heralded competition.
The rapper and mogul wants a court to block arbitration proceedings in his fight with a licensing company over the use of his Roc Nation logo.
For their On the Run II tour, pop’s most powerful couple perform the third act of their high-stakes play about faithfulness and disappointment.