Black Music Month

When you think of choir hits the first person you instantly think of is John P. Kee and New Life Choir.

As we celebrate the 41st year of Black Music Month, Dyana Williams shares how the month got started and how to support more black artists.

Babyface is a musical legend that has been creating some of our favorite hits for over five decades. As a recording artist, songwriter, and producer, he has earned 11 Grammys and created 26 number-one R&B hits throughout his career. He has worked with artists across all genres like Whitney Houston, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, Madonna, […]

Little Richard was the Georgia peach that introduced Rock-n-Roll to the world. His stage name might start with little, but nothing there was little about his sound and the impact he had on the culture.

Like its hip-hop counterpart, Dancehall is evolving. Trap beats are replacing traditional dubbing but, the raw and unfiltered lyricism continues to keep our attention. See Also: Black Music Month: Afrobeats Bangers For Black Music Month, we’re introducing you to a new class of dancehall artists that include Shenseea, Koffee and Rygin King. Press play below. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUFrhJhf1zbSieTFw2liQpx_0Q8-OfDy3

“Amazing Grace” Women In Music: Karen Briggs Violinist Portsmouth, Virginia Sign Up For Our Newsletter! For over four decades Karen Briggs has wowed audiences from around the world. The American violinist began playing professionally as a teenager later embarking on her first major tour with the British group, Soul ll Soul. She would go on […]