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Yvonne Orji tells the story of becoming her first-generation Nigerian-American family’s worst nightmare: a comedian.
R&B has changed, and the women who held it together are falling apart.
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Kendrick Lamar and the neo-soul avengers sent off The Colbert Report as the final musical guests with an untitled song that was jazzy, soulful, and conscious.