Tons of new albums are arriving this summer, and bLAck pARty is adding to the drops. Two years after issuing his sophomore album, Endless Summer, the Arkansas upstart’s third album has an official title and due date. Hummingbird will release on July 14 via Childish Gambino’s Wolf + Rothstein/RCA Records. Among the album’s undisclosed number of songs
Xavier Omär reunites with his close friend and producer Sango for his new song “Tarantino.” It marks their second pairing of the year but the first with Omär as the lead artist since 2020. “Tarantino” is stitched with a shuffling drum pattern and spacious yet vibrant coating that supports his slick talk. He isn’t necessarily
It’s Ne-Yo season. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter has announced his eighth album, Self Explanatory, releases July 15 via Motown Records. The 13-track LP will include Ne-Yo’s previously released tracks “U 2 Luv” with Jeremih, “Stay Down” featuring BLEU (formerly known as Yung Bleu), “Don’t Love Me,” “What If” and his latest tune “You Got The Body.”
Jennifer Hudson has shared the premiere date for her daytime talk show. The first episode of The Jennifer Hudson Show premieres Sept. 12 via Fox Television Stations and Hearst Television. Its debut also happens to be the award-winning singer and actress’ 40th birthday. News about Hudson’s talk show made headlines back in March, following her
Celebration of the 120th anniversary of Father John Dorsey’s Ordination By Ralph E. Moore, Jr. Charles Dorsey, Jr. directed the Legal Aid Bureau in Maryland for many years, providing legal […] The post The Moore Report: More bite-sized bits of news and notes… appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
The vice president highlighted the role of Black women in the Biden-Harris administration and the coverage surrounding White House wins, among other topics. By Tinashe Chingarande, Special to the AFRO […] The post Kamala Harris talks diversity and media coverage in a briefing with the Black Press appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By H.R. Harris Let’s say you are looking for Juneteenth celebrations in the DMV but don’t want to go into the District of Columbia? Well look no more. Our Juneteenth […] The post JUNETEENTH ACTIVITIES AROUND THE DMV appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com JPMorgan Chase recently announced a new $20 million commitment over five years to support summer youth employment programs […] The post JPMorgan Chase invests $150,000 into D.C. and Baltimore summer youth employment programs appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Dr. Kaye Whitehead On Jan. 1, 1863, Emilie Frances Davis, a 21-year-old freeborn Black woman, sat in her room in Philadelphia, Pa., pulled out her pocket diary, wrote her […] The post Commentary: Juneteenth: Celebrating through our tears appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Maxine J. Wood “On June 19, 1865, about two months after the Confederate general Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Va., Gordon Granger, a Union general, arrived […] The post Commentary: Juneteenth – A time for learning and creating a legacy – ‘Perfect timing’ appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .