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Legendary songstress Dionne Warwick announces, “She’s Back,” first new album in five years
March 14, 2019
In addition to ten tracks of new songs as well of remakes of pop/soul gems, “She’s Back” will be packaged with a bonus disc of Ms. Warwick’s 1998 album, “Dionne Sings Dionne,” which features her greatest hits, remastered for this package. “She’s Back” also includes duets with Kenny Lattimore (“What Color Is Love”), Musiq Soulchild (“Am I Dreaming?”) as well as Bone, Thugs & Harmony’s Krayzie Bone (“Déjà Vu”). ... read more »
Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ Still Reigns Supreme
September 6, 2018
RIAA’s platinum status was once equivalent to selling one million albums or songs, but in 2013 the company began incorporating streaming from YouTube, Spotify and other digital music services to determine certification for albums and songs. ... read more »
Music and the Movement: The Lasting Legacy of the Queen of Soul
September 4, 2018
If you could choose one artist to embody the African American experience of the 20th century, it would have to be the incomparable Miss Aretha Franklin. ... read more »
Recording Academy Sets Feb. 10 Date for Grammy Awards
July 19, 2018
The Recording Academy announced the date for the Grammy Awards' return to Los Angeles, with the 61st annual ceremony set for Feb. 10 at the Staples Center.  ... read more »
Terrace Martin on Music: “It starts with the children”
March 3, 2017
Locke High School alum and music producer Terrace Martin talks about the Crenshaw district and the importance of having music classes in schools. Host: Brandon I. Brooks ... read more / watch video »
R&B group King talk about their Grammy Nominated Album “We Are King”
February 25, 2017
Members from the R&B group King explain their music style at the 59th annual Grammy Awards. Host: Brandon I. Brooks ... read more / watch video »
Miguel’s ‘Braveheart’ Reflects His Life
July 15, 2015
“Too proper for the black kids, too black for the Mexicans,” Miguel sings on the song, “what’s normal anyway.” The R&B star, who is black and Mexican, explores his racial identity and more on the track, which he calls “the spine” of his new album, “Wildheart.” ... read more »
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