How Craig David’s Debut Album Taught Me That Love Could Be Effortless and Easy
The British R&B artist met the fervor of the genre with his own easygoing style in Born to Do It, which helped form my understanding of love and storytelling in music.
The Rachel Dolezal Documentary Isn’t Going To Change Anyone’s Mind
In 2018, is any audience really in the mood to watch a film that wants to have a nuanced conversation about Rachel Dolezal and race?
“Black Panther” Forces Africans And Black Americans To Reconcile The Past
In Black Panther, the black American experience is prioritized, raising the question of what blackness and identity mean beyond one’s borders. Spoilers below!
15 Shows That Got Us Through 2017
The best television in a year that has sometimes felt like a cultural and political nightmare.
Witnesses Describe The Moment A Car "Slammed" Through Crowds In Charlottesville
"It was like fucking bowling pins, with bodies flying," one witness told BuzzFeed News.
“Detroit” Is Preaching To The Choir
Detroit might be about black people, but it isn't teaching black people anything wholly new.
Marvel Released A Teaser Trailer For "Black Panther" And People Are Losing It
Black Panther is set to come out on Feb. 16, 2018. Save the date.
11 Really Good Beauty Products BuzzFeed Employees Actually Swear By
So maybe we have a lipstick addiction. No judgement, pls.
Why "Moonlight" Will Probably Not Win Best Picture
On Oscars night, the biggest award in Hollywood is likely to go to La La Land, and a racially charged Beyoncé versus Adele comparison will probably follow. But here's a breakdown of why Moonlight has long been the underdog and why the Academy doesn't honor movies like it.