Bryson Tiller has unveiled the official music video for his latest single “Outside.” Directed by Edgar Esteves, the video features views of Tiller enclosed by bountiful Black women in nocturnal and saintly scenes. It spots Tiller speaking softly in the ear of one beauty, an apparent reference to the video for Ying Yang Twins’ “Wait
Baby Rose has returned with her brand new song, “Fight Club.” The rising singer and songwriter also uploaded the previously released 2021 track “Go” to all streaming platforms. It was initially exclusive to Dropbox back in July 2021. On “Go,” Rose showcases her ability to deliver an aching emotional performance that makes you hold the
Kenny Lattimore and his wife Faith Jenkins revealed the gender of their first child on Instagram. In a collaborative post, the couple shared a video of them standing behind a white cake with pink and blue decorations. With Lattimore’s song “Never Knew” playing, the two cut the cake together and show the slice of cake
After taking his scheduled month-long break from his Las Vegas residency, Usher returned on Oct. 14, which is also his birthday. The night was filled with special moments, including a “Happy Birthday” serenade from Anita Baker. During his show, Usher brought out Chris Brown as a special guest to perform a few songs, including “Back
Life Room Label/RCA Inspiration recording artist DOE, celebrates a nomination for Favorite Gospel Artist at this year’s upcoming American Music Awards. The post DOE Earns American Music Awards Nomination appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Sidewalk Prophets co-founders Dave Frey and Ben McDonald pen children’s book, The Luckiest Star, alongside Elizabeth Cardella Hayes. The post Sidewalk Prophets Pen New Children’s Book appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Plus China delays economic data and the U.K. finance minister drops the tax plan.
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia announced what he called a partial mobilization of troops on Sep. 21. Defense officials had said Russia would aim to draft about 300,000 civilians.
Russian military officials said the jet was on a training flight when one of its engines caught fire, causing it to crash in a port town about 25 miles from Ukraine.
A Russian strike again disconnected the embattled plant from the national power grid, forcing it to move to backup power, officials said.