Robert Glasper

Lauryn Hill sings behind black microphone and stand while wearing black hat and black brown leopard-print hat in front of black wall and pink screen

READ: Lauryn Hill Breaks Silence, Addresses Critics in 3,000-Plus Word Statement

“People can sometimes confuse kindness for weakness, and silence for weakness as well. When this happens, I have to speak up.”

A Black woman with an afro wearing a yellow dress stands with a harp

PHOTO ESSAY: Meet 5 Jazz Artists of Color Making New Music With Healing Power

Thanks in part to crossover stars such as Kamasi Washington and Robert Glasper, a new generation is embracing jazz. Meet five artists of color who are making music to fight the power, tell our stories and heal our hearts in these tough times.

Here's a New 'Miles Ahead' Clip to Finish Off Your Afternoon

Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic opens in theaters on April 1.  

LIVESTREAM: Watch #JUSTICEFORFLINT and Fight the Flint Water Crisis

Blackout for Human Rights’ #JUSTICEFORFLINT concert airs at 5 p.m. ET on Revolt TV, but you can donate right now.

Here's How to Get #JUSTICEFORFLINT Even Before Sunday's Big Show

Ryan Coogler’s Blackout for Human Rights is throwing a star-studded, free concert on Sunday for Flint, the Black Michigan city poisoned by toxic tap water. Here’s how you can watch the show featuring Ava DuVernay, Janelle Monaé and Andra Day—and where you can donate funds right now. 

WATCH: Lalah Hathaway Reinterprets Her Father's Classic 'Little Ghetto Boy'

“Ghetto Boy” features contributions from Snoop Dogg, Terrace Martin and Robert Glasper.

Robert Glasper Takes Us Behind the Scenes of 'Black Radio 2'

The Grammy-winning artists offers a track-by-track breakdown of his latest project.

Robert Glasper Teams Up With Jill Scott, Common, Emeli Sandé

And the new music video is everything.

Robert Glasper Talks About Making Jazz for a New Generation

Following the release of his fourth studio album “Black Radio”, the pianist and producer sat down with to talk how he’s successfully blended jazz with hip-hop – and why everyone seems to love it.