Check out these B-Boys as they tell their stories in this head-spinning documentary newly released to DVD.
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BET's Samson Styles reveals the secret to ex-felon voting rights in a new documentary called "Locked Out." Here, he tells SOHH all about it.
Trey Songz explains why he's as relevant as Ne-Yo and Chris Brown without putting out records. And he wants you to know how he can make love through the stereo. See for yourself.
As her new show "New York Goes to Hollywood" hits TV, we look back at a time when the "Flavor of Love" breakout explained how she almost gave a fan the--ahem--R. Kelly treatment.
From the coin-counting daddy on "Everybody Hates Chris," to his new role alongside Ice Cube in "Jenky Promoters," Terry Crews gets smart with SOHH.
Meet DJ Khaled's next-up, Ace Hood. Here, the MIAMI upstart explains why "cash flow" rules everything around him. Check out the video for more answers.
Find out what happens when Musiq bogarts Brandon's red carpet interview with SOHH. Plus get info on the soul child's upcoming album and Brandon's role as a rapper in his new movie, Tropic Thunder!
Songwriter extraordinaire Sean Garrett talks about his brand new single with Plies and Akon called, "Come On In." Plus, he says he's putting his pen to work on upcoming projects for Beyonce, Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston. Watch below.
Written By Danica Dow
Yesterday Nas represented over 600,000 other Americans as he stood in front of the Fox News building in New York City demanding that the network stop its racist smearing against African-Americans and democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. Of course, SOHH was on the scene.
Nas took it to the streets to join in the protest of Fox News. Watch what he had to say about the network's racist smears against Barack Obama and black Americans in general.
The Bankhead representative talks about his star-studded single, "The Foolish Remix," and how he had to defend himself against fellow ATL rapper T.I.
Bree says Miss Rap Supreme was "all about drama and not really about talent." In this clip she explains how the VH1 show was edited to make her look weak.