The incomparable Faith Evans pays tribute to the Legendary Clark Sisters, who Faith says are her first vocal teachers. Check out her on spot rendition of  “For The Love Of The People” in the video above. And the church said…AMEN!  

I was amazed and pleased to see that Cissy Houston still has it! Check her out with the Diva Aretha Franklin on David Letterman:

This past week the world of music lost another legend, Jazz Icon – Horace Silver. Take a moment learn more about the Giant of Music. Click here to READ MORE.

It been 4 years since Michael Jackson passed away but he will never be forgotten.  Keep believing.  Take a look at the photos throughout the years of the most legendary entertainer of all time. – Legendary songstress Anita Baker told her longtime friend Tom Joyner that she feels ‘amazing’ and truthfully she should because after a long hiatus from the biz she’s back with her latest single, ‘Lately‘ (a Tyrese cover) that is now the number 1 r&b song in the country. It’s easy to tell that she […]

Lady Gaga, Madonna, Erykah Badu, Janelle Monae and Rihanna all owe a debut to Nona Hendryx. The groundbreaking former member of Labelle was making avant-garde music and wearing outrageous costumes The 67-year-old isn’t letting age slow her down. She’s just released a new album “Mutatis Mutandis” and is preparing to head out to promote it. […]

Ice T may now be better known to TV fans as Detective Odafin Tutuola on “Law and Order SVU,” but to rap fans, he’ll always be the guy who put his then wife, Darlene, in a veeery revealing bathing suit on the cover of his now-famous1987 album “Power.”

The first person got in line at 8 p.m. Wednesday night to get a seat at Chuck Brown’s public memorial, held Thursday afternoon at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

Music legend and “Godfather of Go Go,” Chuck Brown has been hospitalized.

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According to the AP, Centric Tv will explore the life of the legendary late rapper Heavy D. (It’s about time)

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 According to the AP, Camilla Williams, believed to be the first African-American woman to appear with a major U.S. opera company, has died. She was 92.

Etta James, one of my all-time favorite singers and my favorite take-no-prisoners, bad-ass, no-housecoat-having, blues girl gone wild passed away Friday after a long battle with leukemia.