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BuzzFeed released a hilarious new video featuring one of our favorite comediennes, Quinta B.!

Today, FKA Twigs released a haunting new music video for the single "Video Girl."

by Caroline Frost for The Huffington Post

"Annalise Keating is all over the place," says the woman behind her on screen, Oscar nominee Viola Davis. "I'm concerned with my health. She just wants power. She wears a heavy duty mask every day, which must be exhausting. I couldn't do it."

Issa Rae ("Awkward Black Girl") sat down with Director Gina Prince-Bythewood ("Beyond the Lights") and Producer Lena Waithe ("Dear White People") to discuss their newest films as well as their behind-the-scenes experiences. Both the women offered important insight into how they came up film industry as well as their creative processes.

Willow Smith Performs "Whip My Hair" and "9" with SZA

I'm genuinely excited about Willow Smith's future. The soon-to-be 14-year-old has released a few solo tracks in recent months, and many are hoping she'll soon release a full length album.

Willow's debut single, "Whip My Hair," was a phenomenon, and she took the stage at Fader Fort to perform her hit along with a duet with SZA.

Cecile Emeke wrote and directed this impressive poem about the daily misogyny so many Black women face from "good" men. Surely, if you've had any discussions, the experiences the women describe will sound familiar.

Tenika Watson was riding with soul singer Teddy Pendergrass when he had an accident that left him paralyzed. Watson has suffered scrutiny because she is a trans woman and former prostitute, and this appearance on Oprah: Where Are They Now? is the first time she's been able to tell her side of the story.

On Tuesday, Zoe Kravitz's band, Lolawolf, released their debut LP, "Calm Down"… and it's amazing!

"Throw Like A Girl" is a short documentary directed by Spike Lee about little league pitcher Mo'ne Davis. Mo'ne's spectacular performances leading up to and in the Little League World Series catapulted her to stardom.

Last weekend, a diverse group of black women artists and creatives gathered together at the Brooklyn Museum for a conversation on the ways that the black female body is objectified in public arenas. Whether on the stage, in the digital sphere, or on the street, we're subject to degradation and humiliation.