Posted on: September 26, 2022 Posted by: 0fficiallwill Comments: 0

Dr. Kellye Hall, The First Female Drum Major At NC A&T

Mother, “doctorpreneur” and the FIRST female Blue and Gold Marching Machine Drum Major at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University, we had the opportunity to speak with the one and only Dr. Kellye Hall. Etching her name in HBCU History, she was destined for greatness. Being a legacy and growing up engulfed in the HBCU culture by her father ever since an adolescent, she fell in love with the culture.…

Posted on: September 15, 2022 Posted by: Historically Black Since Comments: 0

Five TSU Sophisticated Ladies Dancers Speak on Being an HBCU Dancer and Things to Know

With football season in full effect, one of the many things we all love about HBCU game days are the dancers that grace the stands and field with the band. On any given day, you’re likely to see one of the many HBCU dance team videos highlighted on the Historically Black SInce social media platform, serving up looks and giving us that good energy we all love. Just like the…

Posted on: September 13, 2022 Posted by: 0fficiallwill Comments: 0

HBCU Football Has Officially Began With the 2022 Cricket MEAC/SWAC Challenge Kickoff

The start of the 2022-2023 HBCU Football Season is finally upon us! Kicking it off with the Alabama State Hornets and Howard Bisons playing at Center Parc Stadium in Atlanta, GA for the Cricket MEAC/SWAC Challenge Kickoff. A game that is notioned by spectators as the longest challenge in series history. With 21,088 fans in attendance, packing the stadium with eccentric energy.  Making this their third appearance in the annual…

Posted on: September 13, 2022 Posted by: 0fficiallwill Comments: 0

David Banner On The HBCU Impact, New Music and Activism

Rapper, producer, actor, social activist and Jackson, MS native, David Banner, is a legend in his own right. Creator of hit songs such as, “Like a Pimp”, “Cadillac on 22s”, and “Get Like Me,” the Southern University and A&M College graduate and former SGA President is back in the studio prepping for the release of his forthcoming album The God Box 2  Interviewed by Darryl “DC” Chambers,” in this article David speaks…

Posted on: September 6, 2022 Posted by: Historically Black Since Comments: 0

Meet Tuskegee University Alum and Atlanta Native, DJ Zelle 

For Atlanta native and 2021 Tuskegee University graduate Denzel Pugh aka DJ Zelle, his inspiration as a DJ came from a fellow Tuskegee alum and celebrity, DJ Scream. Upon stepping foot on the campus of Tuskegee he realized that he wanted to bring some of his Atlanta hometown musical swag to his college campus and town. The Chemical Engineering major has been able to DJ a number of concerts and…

Posted on: September 1, 2022 Posted by: Historically Black Since Comments: 1

5 HBCU Band Students Speak on Band Life, What to Know Before Joining and Balance

It’s that time of year again. That time of year for HBCU football and band season. That time of year when fans fill the stadiums not only to watch the latest matchup on the field , but in the stands. HBCU bands play an integral part of the student and alum college experience, especially during the fall season. During this season, you have fans traveling from all across the country…

Posted on: July 16, 2022 Posted by: 0fficiallwill Comments: 0

Maurice Allen: In Full Swing

By Gabrielle Heyward Maurice Allen, legendary golfer and world champion attended Florida A&M University, and his experience made him who he is today. Allen, a third generation FAMU alum, started at the University of South Florida, after waiting for an offer from another university never came. “I tried to stay away from it originally, but it didn’t work out,” Allen stated. “I started at a PWI [University of South Florida]…

Posted on: July 15, 2022 Posted by: 0fficiallwill Comments: 0

How Tennessee State University Helped Jumpstart His Career As A Multi-Platinum Music Producer and Artist

Written by Gabrielle HeywardAlot of legends came from Tennessee State University. One of them is alumni, Dubba-AA (pronounced Double-A), who is a top hit maker and music producer and artist. Getting a late start, he became a student after one of the toughest years in his life. “2010 was the hardest turn on me because that’s when 106 and Park happened. I was chasing a dream that I wanted to pursue.”…

Posted on: July 15, 2022 Posted by: 0fficiallwill Comments: 0

Talking NIL Deals With Ky’Wuan Dukes

In this interview, we got the chance to speak to Ky’Wuan Dukes. A transfer Freshmen Business Major from Elizabeth City State University who is currently a Wide Reciever for Johnson C. Smith University’s Golden Bulls. He is the first HBCU student to sign an NIL deal with Bojangles and many other top household names, amounting to 20+ deals he currently has. In this interview, he is going to be giving some…