Nigerian gospel singer, Toyin Mercy is out with a praise medley and she titles it “King of Wonders“. Marking her debut in the music scene, “King of Wonders” features a collection of praise and original songs (self-written) that glorify God. The track fuses indigenous rhythm laced with African percussion and contemporary elements. All songs are…
Anime is a complex and exciting world of stories, not just a form of animation. A future metropolis where people struggle with titans, a youthful … The post 5 Reasons Why Anime Fans Collect Vinyl Albums appeared first on Singersroom.com.
Seattle-based singer-songwriter Dante Riverz released his latest single and music video “Real Freak” on April 22. The music video was directed by NuWavRecords with the music produced by the artist, Dante Riverz and Tonik and featuring a female lead played by Yellow. “Real Freak” opens with a hypnotic, eclectic electronic (almost piano-like) musical arrangement which…
On April 29, R&B artist Tink released her new single “Cater” featuring 2Chainz. “Cater” is the first single to be released from her upcoming project which will see Tink dive even deeper into her cultivated R&B finesse. Tink’s sultry lyrics and smooth harmonies perfectly complement the sensual video that accompanies the single, paving the way…
By ASHKAN MOTAMEDI, Capital News Service WASHINGTON – The final selection process for a new location for the headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is back on track after […] The post Selection process for new FBI headquarters back on track and Maryland has two sites appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By AFRO Staff Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced that effective May 1, the City is increasing incentives for first-time homebuyers to $10,000 for eligible households. Additionally, qualified homebuyers purchasing homes […] The post City increases first-time homebuyers incentive appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Bon Secours Community Works, Kaiser Permanente unveil new community resource center in West Baltimore
By Special to the AFRO Bon Secours Community Works, an establishment that is part of Bon Secours Mercy Health, one of the biggest health systems in the U.S., celebrated the […] The post Bon Secours Community Works, Kaiser Permanente unveil new community resource center in West Baltimore appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
The 2022 AFRO High Tea, recently held at Martin’s West, will surely be talked about for months to come. Baltimore’s elite stepped out in their finest hats, dresses, gloves and […] The post AFRO High Tea, an afternoon of elegance appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Althea René gained musical inspiration from her father Dezie McCullers (one of Motown’s original Funk Brothers). She has since developed her own creative style.
Born on December 25th in Detroit, Michigan Althea René began her musical journey at the tender age four-year-old. She studied classical music while attending Howard University.
Although he’s called a “smooth jazz” artist, saxophonist Richard Elliot is equally at home with most rock & roll and the kind of classic R&B performed by the group Tower of Power
Elliot was raised in Los Angeles, where he quickly became a fan of West Coast classic R&B. Elliot landed his first job while still a teenager with Natalie Cole and the Pointer Sisters.