“I’m Going Down” by DRAKExTAYLOR DRAKExTAYLOR asks “What is the next level of R&B?” He says: “As an artist who has a mission to break the rules, I frequently ask myself this exact question. I concluded that it is more emotion, style, and embracing the Hyperpop/Emo wave.” “My song “I’m Going Down” drops does just
R&B artist Mavis Swan Poole SWAN is an Award winning Jazz, Soul/RnB, Gospel, & Reggae Singer Songwriter who’s worked w Lauryn Hill, Prince, Sheryl Crow, The Heavy, Gladys Knight, Roy Hargrove, The Wailers, Shirley Caesar, & Mavis Staples. She’s performed @ Coachella, Essence, Jazz In The Garden. TV-‘Vinyl’ (HBO), Jimmy Fallon. She is a singer’s
In the southwest, a blaze that started in July has reignited because of the heat and the dry air, scorching an additional 26 square miles of bushes and forest.
The warming at the top of the globe, a sign of climate change, is happening much faster than previously described compared with the global average, scientists said Thursday.
Antony J. Blinken, the U.S. secretary of state, said he had warned the leaders of both nations over violence in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A new heat wave and dry air reignited a wildfire that first started in July, burning dozens of miles of woodlands and forcing thousands of people to evacuate.
Now that Joe Manchin has saved the Democratic agenda, how should liberals think about him?
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent, @StacyBrownMedia Even as Tony Finau, Taylor Pendrith, Cameron Champ, and others stormed the leaderboard, officials were once again making sure that […] The post Rocket mortgage ‘Changing the Course’ for Black Detroit residents during PGA tour event appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By LaNail R. Plummer, Ed.D In 2004, I gave birth to my first child. I was 23 years old, a recent college graduate, an officer in the United States Army, […] The post Black women and the freedom of choice appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Maryland Legal Aid honors 98 year-old Baltimore native for decades of service and activism in her community
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com When Baltimore native Gwendolyn Johnson was a little girl, the only thing she knew was that she wanted […] The post Maryland Legal Aid honors 98 year-old Baltimore native for decades of service and activism in her community appeared first on AFRO American