About Bilal G. Morris

Bilal Morris is the senior editor at NewsOne. He is based in Atlanta and covers Black folklore, politics, and race. He also specializes in SEO and evergreen content. Bilal was hired by Interactive One in 2021, but has worked for the company for over 10 years. He started at Radio One in 2010 as an Online Editor in Richmond, VA. Before his time at NewsOne, Bilal was the Regional Online Editor In Atlanta, GA. He has also worked at iHeartRadio in New York City. He is a professional photographer, dog lover, gamer, and has quite the green thumb. You can find him on Instagram and Twitter.

Check out all of the top stories from the past week (and beyond). Tamar & Vince continue their messy public break up. Nas & Nicki Minaj are no longer a couple, plus if you missed this Strawberry Letter, you might want to get your popcorn ready. Here are your weeks top stories: Chicago Woman Shot […]

Check out all the photos from Christmas Angels 2017! Merry Christmas everyone!

The critically-acclaimed actor died on Tuesday in Los Angeles from complications relating to prostate cancer.

Join MajicATL as we celebrate the 12 year wait of the newest album by 112 by inviting you to 112 week October 23rd to the 29th. Check out all the events below. Monday, October 23, 2017 Press Conference South Atlanta High School (courtroom) 11 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. Moderated by Magic 107.5/97.5 Personality Tuesday, October […]

Join Majic 1075/975 , AARP & WATL-TV for the live broadcast of The Atlanta Mayoral Forum October 11th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the Ferst Center on the Campus of Georgia Tech!! Hear from the top candidates vying to become the next mayor of Atlanta!! You can watch the entire forum live right here starting […]

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