On February 14th, 1991, Boyz II Men‘s debut album, Cooleyhighharmony, hit stores officially introducing the Philadelphia quartet to he world.  The album was an instant success, thanks to the album’s lead single “MotownPhilly.”

Zoe Kravitz, daughter of Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz, and Oscar nominee Gabourey Sidibe star in Victoria Mahoney’s upcoming independent film, Yelling To The Sky. The film also stars Marc John Jeffries and Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter of The Roots.

In the 1980s, musicians only scratched the surface of what could be done with the music video. Michael Jackson set the standard and in the 1990s, everyone raced to match or surpass him.

On this week's "Remix The Clips," ?uestlove tackles Jimmy McMillan's speech and turns the song into a house music anthem about a party with too much weed smoke.

?uestlove from The Roots just inked a book deal with Grand Central Publishing for a book combining his always entertaining stories of celebrity encounters, music factoids, and his thoughts on life. The book will be titled “Mommy, What’s A ?uestlove?” ?uestlove once said that he’d only write such a book long after he retired.  We […]

Spike Lee will be in the director’s chair for a live webcast of John Legend & The Roots’ September 23rd concert in New York City.

John Legend and The Legendary Roots Crew remake Baby Huey’s song that has spawned so many notable hip hop samples, with Black Thought spitting on this one.Wake Up! Drops September 21st.

Shot in Brooklyn Heights last month, John Legend & The Roots’ video for their cover of Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes’ 70’s classic “Wake Up Everybody” featuring Common & Melanie Fiona finally premiered.

Neither the Roots nor John Legend appear in the latest video from The Roots' latest album, "How I Got Over." The group chose director Rik Cordero to film a clip for the piece, and Cordero explained his decision to leave the performers of the song out of the clip to Okayplayer.

John Legend's long-awaited collaboration with The Roots, "Wake Up!," has been getting a lot of positive buzz online lately. The album of covers of politically themed songs drops September 21st.

If there’s one word that best describes Ben Kenney, it’s versatility.

When Ice Cube appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last week, The Roots drummer ?uestlove badly wanted to cover an N.W.A. song. Even though Cube's people told him that he wouldn't do any N.W.A. songs, ?uesto asked Cube anyway and fortunately for us, Cube said yes!