The Cocoa Lounge:
The Cocoa Lounge celebrates Beautiful Black Women in Arts & Entertainment.
The term 'beautiful' is not merely used to describe a physical characteristic
but the resounding aura of a group of women who have accomplished greatness
in the arts.
The History of The Cocoa Lounge
The Cocoa Lounge began in the Fall of 1999 when two artists and pop-culture
fanatics realized that African American women were grossly under represented
The site began it's life at tripod, but as The Cocoa Lounge's popularity
rapidly increased (as did it's bandwidth) in 2000 Cocoalounge.com was
acquired and The Lounge's mission was solidified.
For years The Cocoa Lounge served as a reference place for visitors seeking
information on Black Women in Film, Music, Fashion, Literature and more.
From Hattie McDaniel and Zora Neale Hurston to Halle Berry and Serena
Williams, The Cocoa Lounge left no stone unturned in it's efforts to celebrate
the diversity of black women in entertainment.
The Cocoa Lounge took a hiatus as the creators delved into other artistic
projects during which time, several other websites bearing The Cocoa Lounge
name appeared. The original Cocoa Lounge made its return to the web in
January of 2006.
The Cocoa Lounge Today
Today The Cocoa Lounge has consolidated to a blog format to continually
update our visitors with news and information.
We welcome artists, writers, fimmakers, models and actresses to submit
their information for inclusion on our site for future profiles or interviews.
We hope you enjoy your stay at The Cocoa Lounge!
The Cocoa Lounge