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The rapper, who released his LP “Detroit 2” months ago, says he now copes with anxiety and depression by pacing himself and taking breaks.
She once contemplated suicide but credits her daughter with helping to dispel dark thoughts during her lowest moments.
The former “Entertainment Tonight” host was given 18 months to live. That was five years ago.
If you have (or have had) cancer, your original song could win a grant for a professional recording—and be featured on an album.
The rapper, poet and activist is thriving with HIV.
“Queer Eye” guys, “Pose” queens, Real Housewives, rappers and rock stars will record shout-outs to support (RED).
This isn’t the first time the singer’s mother has faced the disease.
“I have walked this earth, Black, Queer and HIV positive, but no transgression against me has been as powerful as the hope I hold within.”
The “Queen of Soul” lost her battle with pancreatic cancer.
A recent Rolling Stone profile suggests the musician’s past heroin use and rock ’n’ roll lifestyle may have contributed to his death.
He conquered Broadway, YouTube and Oz. Now he’s helping “Positively Fearless” tackle HIV in the Black community.
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“Somebody to Love” biographer also tells POZ about the hidden meaning of Queen’s megahit “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Rap legend Malik “Phife Dawg” Taylor of A Tribe Called Quest had been battling the condition for decades.
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