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INDIA.ARIE PENS OPEN LETTER TO NEIL PORTNOW’S POST-GRAMMY COMMENTS ABOUT WOMEN “STEPPING UP”
February 3, 2018
Neil Portnow is mistaken. His statements are a mess, but I get why he can’t empathize with women and women of color. HE is saying, the more women there are, the more chances women have to WIN. BUT. WE NEED MORE WOMEN, more WOMEN OF COLOR AND MORE INCLUSIVE MINDED PEOPLE in positions of power, in the rooms where decisions are made. When this happens, doors will open for women to be represented in more DIVERSE WAYS. The music industry is dominated by white men and the Grammys and NARAS are run and produced by ONLY white men. The fact that Portnow says we’d “be welcomed” indicates that he doesn’t think we’re part of the household to begin with. ... read more »
Kool Moe Dee talks Ole School
December 7, 2017
You tell somebody now that James Brown was the Micheal Jackson of his time and they won’t believe you.” ... read more »
It’s A Rap (Music Briefs): 12.7.17 – 12.13.17
December 7, 2017
Just in time for the holidays!…as you break out your favorite Christmas playlist, be sure to add legendary soul singer Patti Labelle’s new holiday album “Patti Labelle and Friends- Home For The Holidays” to the list. ... read more / view gallery »
Malcolm Ali speaks on why the Sentinel needs to have a presence in Hollywood
July 11, 2017
Malcolm Ali explains how the Sentinel's presence at Hollywood events and awards shows will prevent Black entertainers from being overlooked. ... read more / watch video »
Malcolm Ali speaks on Grammys not having space for black photographers
July 9, 2017
Photographer Malcolm Ali explains the relationship between the black press and the Grammys. ... read more / watch video »
Beat Billionaire at the 59th Annual Grammys
March 3, 2017
Music producer Beat Billionaire was nominated for Best Song for Visual Media. Hist: Brandon I. Works ... read more / watch video »
Record Producers Cool & Dre on their Creative Process
February 28, 2017
Cool & Dre were nominated for three Grammys: Rap song of the Year, Best Rap Performance, and Best Hip Hop Album. Host: Brandon I. Brooks ... read more / watch video »
LeToya Luckett Talks About New Single “Back 2 Life”
February 28, 2017
R&B artist LeToya Luckett explains her future projects at the 59th annual Grammys. Host: Brandon I. Brooks ... read more / watch video »
Rae Sremmurd at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards (WARNING:Explicit Content)
February 25, 2017
The Hip Hop Duo Rae Sremmurd talk about their experience on the red carpet at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. Host: Brandon I. Brandon ... read more / watch video »
Tory Lanez at the Grammys: “This is a big moment”
February 23, 2017
Artist Tory Lanez's song "LUV" was nominated for best R&B song at the 59th annual Grammy Awards. Host: Brandon I. Brooks ... read more / watch video »
Black music stars shine bright at the 59th Grammy Awards  
February 15, 2017
The 59th annual Grammy awards opened up with singing sensation The Weeknd, who performed, “Starboy,” and “I Feel It Coming,” featuring a special guest collaboration with EDM pop group Daft Punk. ... read more »
Al Jarreau Dead at 76
February 15, 2017
"We're In This Love Together" -- made him a stalwart on soft jazz radio stations across the country ... read more »
L.A. Sentinel Top 5 Grammy Parties for 2017!
February 10, 2017
Award season means parties! ... read more »
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