Best Black Male Singers: Who are the Best Black Male Singers? Perhaps a great part of great talent is great pain. I realized at least five of the women on yesterday’s list had suffered from some kind of addiction problem and four of the seven men on this list have also suffered from addiction. It … Read more
Radio Facts: Radio Facts:(Photo by David Becker/Getty Images for Park MGM)Top Songs of the 90s by Black Female SingersWhat was it about the 90’s that made music so dope? Was it the producers, the songwriters, the artists, or the collaborative efforts of all parties involved?
Kim Burrell was once canceled by Ellen DeGeneres for an appearance to sing with Pharell from the movie soundtrack Hidden Figures in 2017. Ellen was not too far off on this one. Burrell also insulted Fantasia’s vocal ability.
GirlTrek, the largest health movement for Black women and girls, is launching its second season of #BlackHistoryBootCamp on Monday, August 3rd. The Acts of Resistance edition is a 21-day walking challenge that will celebrate powerful acts of resistance in Black culture.Like season one of #BlackHistoryBootCamp, which focused on Black women of historic significance such as Ida B.
In light of just finding out many “nonprofit” churches have gotten massive PPP funding, we thought this story is relevant …
By Guest Blogger: Roosevelt “Arje” Jackson
Radio Facts – Originally posted October 8, 2013
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Radio Facts: Radio Facts: We are not only in a crisis right now we are in a world of (opportunity for) self-discovery and personal growth and that scares the dong out of many people. For the first time, an opportunity to absolve ourselves from the “responsibility” of making everybody and everything ELSE first and making … Read more
Double Golden Globe® and SAG Award® nominated actress Cynthia Erivo, director/co-writer Kasi Lemmons, and producers Debra Martin Chase and Daniela Taplin Lunberg to receive annual award presented by largest group of Black Film Critics in the world (Los Angeles) – The African American Critics Association (AAFCA) and the family of legendary director Stanley Kramer announced that the women behind