He’s the host of MTV’s hit show Wild ‘n Out, Fox’s The Masked Singer, former host of America’s Got Talent and now the man that does it all, Nick Cannon introduces his new weekday morning live radio show The Daily Cannon on the Amazon app, Amp.
Exclusive: Abby Ajayi, Emmaneul Imani, Deborah Ayorinde, Sarah Niles & Cast Talk ‘Riches’ on Amazon Prime Video [Video]
Riches starring Deborah Ayorinde, Emmanuel Imani, Nneka Okoye, Ola Orebiyi, Adeyinka Akinrinade, and Sarah Niles recently released on Amazon Prime on December 2nd.
Exclusive: Housewife of NYC Alum Dorinda Medley Talks Incorporating Amazon Devices at Blue Stone Manor [Interview]
Tiger Corporation Launches Siphonysta, an Elevated Siphon Brewing System for the Sophisiticated Coffee Drinker
Tiger Corporation has launched their highly anticipated automated siphon brewing system, Siphonysta just in time for National and International Coffee Day!
Amazon kindly sent the Knockturnal the new Kindle Signature Paperwhite. We were excited to have it. Here are five reasons to get one for yourself.
From one’s mindset to the TV screen, Billy Porter has amazed us yet again with another film that has the fans astonished by the relatability, creativity and fashion displayed in his new movie “Anything’s Possible.” Held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music the highly anticipated screening was accompanied by cast members Eva Reign and Abubakar Ali along with press, viewers, family and friends.
The film which has been released to the public July 22, 2022 follows Kelsa, a fashionable transgender high school senior played by Eva Reign cruising her way through her last year of high school while finding more about herself and others around her. Reign’s character in the film uses her free time racking up YouTube subscribers as she shares her story being a young transgender teen in today’s society while also timidly falling for her classmate Khal (Abubaker Ali). Kelsa, whose name originates from the English language “Bravery” has a distinct connection with animals. In the film, she uses the animal names to reflect their eccentric traits. Given the names of each animal they all coincide with the headline “Anythings Possible!”
The film was supported by fans all over the world, many fans including the LGBTQIA+ community shouted out their love for the movie stating that it gave them a sense of familiarity seeing a character like them play as the center stage of the cinema. With wonderful feedback from spectators, one can say the film was a success! With films such as “Anything’s Possible” director Billy Porter certainly sticks to the headline and drives his viewers to live out their wildest dreams, accomplish set goals and stay true to one’s self while doing it fashionably and effortlessly!
Nowadays, a crippling obsession with your social media image isn’t too uncommon. Taking this obsession to great lengths is a major theme of Amazon Prime Video’s new thriller Chloe. Following Becky Green (played by Erin Doughtery) as she has an obsession with the social media presence of her old high school friend Chloe Fairbourne. Chloe seems to have it all, a picture perfect life, which is all that Becky wants. Things for Chloe take a turn for the worse when she is unexpectedly found dead. Upon hearing about this, Becky assumes a new identity and infiltrates the enviable lives of Chloe’s closest friends to find out what happened to her. Though Becky’s every day life is from interesting as she cares for her mother with early onset dementia, her alter-ego Sasha has more to her story. However, the pretense soon obscures and conflates reality, and she discovers Chloe’s real life had not been nearly as perfect as it was portrayed online. As becky spirals more and more into this world she has created, she quickly learns that not everything is how it seems online.
We got to sit down with the cast of Chloe to talk all about their performances! Check it out below!
“Master” is Director Mariama Diallo’s first feature film, after having won The Sundance Film Festival Jury Award in the “U.S. Fiction Short Film” category, for her creation of “Hair Wolf.”
Amazon Music hosted a holiday party at Ludlow House on December 7 to celebrate Leon Bridge’s latest cover, “Purple Snowflakes.”
The recent Grammy nominee reinvents the Christmas bop, originally sung by Marvin Gaye, by giving it a soulful, Texan twist with a music video to match.
Known for his R&B hits, “River” and “Beyond,” Bridges came across “Purple Snowflakes” back in Fort Worth, Texas when he was bussing tables at Rosa’s Cafe.
“It was part of their Christmas playlist,” he recalled, “before Shazam was a thing.” He continued, “Undeniable music, your just going to gravitate towards it. It was inevitable that I would record it one day.”
That day came and the cover was released back in November before it was recorded exclusively for Amazon Music’s Original holiday songs; a platform that features holiday music from artist all over the world.
Stream “Purple Snowflakes” and more on Amazon Music now and watch the video on Amazon Music’s YouTube account anytime. Happy holidays!
On November 1, Amazon held an exclusive first look at their brand new comedy Harlem.