Album Review: Prince’s ‘Art Official Age’

For the past year or so, Prince and his all-woman collective, 3rdEyeGirl, have been teasing us mercilessly with one-off singles, live video clips, and promises of a new album “soon.”  The quartet offered audiences a taste of their new material […]

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Album Review: Lenny Kravitz ‘Strut’

2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the release of rock n soul god Lenny Kravitz’s debut album, Let Love Rule (Virgin)Buoyed by sounds evocative


Mary J. Blige: From Ghetto Fabulous to R&B and Hip-Hop Royalty

Nearly 25 years after her debut, Mary Jane Blige has transformed herself as an artist, innovator, vocalist, songwriter, and as a human being. The world

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20 Years Young: How Brandy Changed the Face of Female R&B

A tale of a teenage angst mixed with the tortured soul of lost love is one way people may describe the feelings they hear when


Gladys Knight: Where She Belongs

Gladys Knight is a national treasure. She took off from the Apollo stage to millions around the world, and is the voice behind numerous classics

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Q&A: Martin Shore–‘Take Me to the River’

[caption id="attachment_27195" align="aligncenter" width="199"] Martin Shore[/caption] The music of Memphis and the Mississippi Delta has its own distinct personality, not to mention a unique very place


Q&A: Alexandrea Lushington

Alexandrea Lushington graced the American Idol stage with her talents back in 2008 and quickly became a favorite and top 20 contestant to remember. At

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Book Review: Sheila E.’s ‘The Beat of My Own Drum’

In 1984, Sheila E.’s first album The Glamorous Life debuted and spent 46 weeks on the Billboard charts; however, musically


Profile: The Filharmonic

Los Angeles-based sextet The Filharmonic made their television premiere in 2013 during season four of NBC’s highly rated show The Sing-Off. The Filipino-American

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Q&A: Deon Richmond-Not ‘Trippin,’ Still Working

The 1980s weren’t complete without the groundbreaking series The Cosby Show. Recurring character Kenny, aka, “Bud,” was one of the most memorable personalities on the

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