Singer and actor Rotimi and his fiancée Vanessa Mdee are having another baby. The couple announced the news in an Instagram post and confirmed the baby’s gender. In the clip, Rotimi and Vanessa are both wearing all white at their function. With Rotimi holding an umbrella over Vanessa, he slowly opens it and confetti falls
Keke Palmer is always booked and busy. The multi-hyphenate entertainer has launched her new podcast, Baby, This Is Keke Palmer, exclusively on Amazon Music. Each week, Palmer will dive into a topic that she has been obsessing over with special guests. According to a press release, “Keke Palmer has questions for days, about everything under
Rising singer-songwriter Montell Fish has released his new project, Her Love Still Haunts Me Like a Ghost. It’s the follow-up to his debut album, JAMIE, which dropped in July. Her Love Still Haunts Me Like a Ghost contains seven tracks, including the previously shared “Hotel.” Where JAMIE examines the early stage of the grieving process, Her Love Still Haunts Me Like
K-LOVE On Demand continues its promise to offer an array of new programming while connecting its audience with original, compelling, and curated video content that encourages, entertains, and moves them closer to Jesus. The post K-LOVE On Demand Continues To Offer Free Original Content appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Shoalsville Music Publishing Co is very honored to announce the signing of nationally acclaimed recording writer/artist, Kerrie Roberts, to its roster of writers. The post Shoalsville Music Publishing Announces New Signing appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
A day after launching nearly two dozen missiles, the North fired more. One was an intercontinental ballistic missile, but that test apparently failed, an official said.
Native American tribes are competing for the first federal grants designed to help move communities away from high water and other dangers posed by climate change.
The national security spokesman, John Kirby, said that it was unclear if the munitions had reached Russia, but that in any case, they would not “change the course of the war.”
A Times reporter went to Comic Con Africa, which showcased African superheroes and their creators.
U.S. officials say they do not believe that Russia has decided to detonate a tactical device, but concerns are rising.