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Donald Glover Had An Amazing Week, And So Did These 11 Other People

Feels like a great week!


1. Amazon Prime announced the premiere of Guava Island.

Remember that movie starring Rihanna and Childish Gambino that people were gossiping about a few months back? Well, it's real folks! Be sure to catch the premiere at Coachella this weekend or on Amazon Prime on April 13!

2. Speaking of Coachaella, good luck to Childish Gambino, who's headlining this weekend!

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I know this performance is going to be EPIC! Break a leg!

3. James Earl Jones and Chiwetel Ejiofor brought life back to Mufasa and Scar in live-action Lion King trailer that dropped this week.


Disney kept Donald Glover and Beyoncé's voices absent from the trailer, but it's OK, because good things come to those who wait!

4. Netflix announced the arrival of Homecoming, a documentary following Beyoncé leading up to her iconic 2018 Coachella performance.

5. Yara Shahidi was on FIRE on the cover of Cosmopolitan this month.

6. Native Son premiered on HBO.


The film stars Moonlight's Ashton Sanders and If Beale Street Could Talk's Kiki Layne. It's about a young man who's life turns upside down when he becomes a chauffeur for an affluent businessman. Can't wait to stream this!

7. Academy Award winner Ruth E. Carter announced that she will be doing the costume design for the upcoming film Coming To America 2.

8. Little was released in theaters today!


The film stars Issa Rae, Marsai Martin, and Regina Hall. I'm not kidding you when I say this was the funniest movie I've seen this year. Be sure to check it out ASAP!

9. Former NBA champ Jerry Stackhouse just became the first black men's basketball coach in Vanderbilt history.

10. Entrepreneur Jeneba Barrie launched the most diverse luxury shoe line for women.

11. President Barack Obama shared this touching note about the late and great Nipsey Hussle.

12. Last, but certainly not least, Dwyane Wade played his final game in his NBA career.

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The certified champ is officially retired from the NBA, and to celebrate his legacy, Budweiser made this tribute video that left me and Dwyane in tears. We'll miss you on the court, D-Wade!

So much good content to add to my queue! Tune in next week for more excellence!


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