“Little Boxes” Addresses Delicate Questions About Race, Class and Privilege
Little Boxes is a warm and funny film that addresses delicate questions about race, class, and privilege. Accustomed to life in New York, Mack, Gina, and Clark are an interracial family that moves to a small town in Washington. The tight-knit unit is ill-prepared for the drastically different set of obstacles... Read more
You Need This “I Need You Now/Poison” Mashup in Your Life
Only Jimmy Kimmel could bring Lady Antebellum and Bell Biv Devoe together to create Lady AnteBellBivDevoe. The supergroup joined forces to perform a mashup of “Need You Now” and “Poison.” Tweet us @mochamanstyle or leave a comment on our Facebook Page to share your thoughts on this article. Follow us on Instagram @mochamanstyle Read more
See Why Houston Rapper Rocko Stedy Chained Himself to an “I Love You” Sign for Four Days
Houston-based hip-hop artist Rocko Stedy has dedicated his life to helping people discover their passions and reach their desired levels of personal fulfillment. Watch this video, produced by BeingUs, to learn how Rocko Stedy used a painful experience as a catalyst to a hip-hop career and why he chained... Read more
Jennifer Hudson to Premiere New Single, “Remember Me” on The Voice UK
Multi-platinum Oscar and Grammy Award-winning superstar, Jennifer Hudson, will premiere “Remember Me,” her brand new single on Epic Records, this Sunday night, March 5th, on The Voice UK, where she is currently in her first season as a coach. Co-written with Jamie Hartman, “Remember Me” is the lead single... Read more
Chronixx Returns to The Tonight Show to Perform “Majesty” and “Likes”
Chronixx, who made is U.S. television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, returned to the show to perform a medley of “Majesty” and “Likes.”     Tweet us @mochamanstyle or leave a comment on our Facebook Page to share your thoughts on this article. Follow us on Instagram @mochamanstyle Read more
Houstonians Show Off Their Sneakers at the Zina Garrison Academy Gala
Houstonians paired their fancy dresses and suits with their coolest pairs of sneakers to attend the Zina Garrison Academy Gala. The event, which raised money for the academy, celebrated tennis legends Zina Garrison and Lori McNeil, and their work in introducing thousands of children to the sport. Garrison founded... Read more
The Road to Freedom Continues on Season 2 of Underground
The first season of Underground captured millions of viewers with its gripping narrative about the underground railroad. The show, Executive produced by John Legend and created by Misha Green and Joe Pokaski, returns to WGN on March 8th. “Season 2: The Road to Freedom Continues,” consists of ten-episodes and picks up with... Read more
Is Russell Westbrook the Greatest Russell in NBA History?
In this fun video, Russell Westbrook bumps into a fan in a hotel lounge and is complimented on his impressive streak of triple-doubles. Westbrook tells the fan it’s really all about getting wins, but goes on to rattle off his unique stats. Westbrook takes it too far when he names... Read more
Producer/Director Leslie Small Uses Film to Change the Narrative on Black Men
Leslie Small is an L.A. based Writer/Producer/Director best known for the Kevin Hart films What Now, Let Me Explain, and Laugh At My Pain. Mocha Man Style journalist Lloyd Gite recently sat down with the 48-year old Small for this interview. Mocha Man Style: We know what a writer... Read more
10 Most Anticipated Comic Book and Sci-Fi Movies of 2017
Each year, we look forward to satisfying our inner geeks by binging on comic book and sci-fi movies. 2017 promise be a banner year for these genres with major releases from the Marvel, D.C., and Star Wars universes. Here are ten of our most anticipated movies. Logan In the... Read more