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!  

The passing of blues legend B.B. King has left musicians and fans in mourning, honoring him on social media, and praising him for his nearly…

  Ohio State Marching Band shows the world who’s ‘Bad’ during a Special Half-time Tribute to the ‘King of Pop’ that includes the Moonwalk.

On Saturday, July 27th, the surviving members of TLC, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas, hit the stage at the Mixtape Festival 2013 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The performance was the kick off of the group’s comeback which will include some new music later this year. During the set, the duo performed all of their hits including: “Fanmail,” “Come Get Some,” “Ain’t 2 Proud 2 […]

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D’Angelo, Chris Rock and more perform at Carnegie Hall for a Prince tribute.  Get the full story here. 

R. Kelly released a tribute song to the victims of the shooting at Newtown’s Sandy Hook Elementary school.  Listen to “I Know You Are Hurting (Tribute to the Newtown, Ct. Kids)”, which features a children’s choir, below.

Singer/actress Brandy paid tribute to her Godmother, the late/great Whitney Houston, during a concert held in New York last night. Brandy performed various selections from Whitney Houston’s catalog, including  How Will I Know and I’m Your Baby Tonight. Check out the video below, and for the full scoop, click here.

Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Yolanda Adams and others were on hand to help film a musical tribute to the late Whitney Houston. The program will air next month on CBS. For more information, click here.

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Whitney Houston sold some 170 million albums, with Arista Records mostly being the beneficiary of her golden pipes. Yet RCA, the label that bought and dissolved Arista last year, had just a six-line note of tribute to her on its web site late Sunday evening.

According to the AP, fans of “Soul Train” boogied down Broadway wearing afro wigs and bell bottoms on Saturday while others recounted their favorite episodes at a Harlem meeting hall in tribute to the show’s late creator, Don Cornelius.