In its first full edition since the onset of the pandemic, and with a new director of programming, the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal … Read More “Les Bons Temps Are Back at the Montreal Jazz Festival” The post Les Bons Temps Are Back at the Montreal Jazz Festival appeared first on JazzTimes.
Be careful what you wish for. By the beginning of 2020 guitarist Mary Halvorson, one of the most acclaimed musicians of her generation, was also … Read More “Seeing Double: Mary Halvorson Makes Nonesuch Records Debut with Two Albums” The post Seeing Double: Mary Halvorson Makes Nonesuch Records Debut with Two Albums appeared first on
Figure guitar-playing newcomer (to this band) Paul Bollenbeck as the most common provocateur to the leader. Over seven tunes swinging as a suite, Bollenbeck first … Read More “Stan Killian: Brooklyn Calling (Sunnyside)” The post Stan Killian: Brooklyn Calling (Sunnyside) appeared first on JazzTimes.
Usher has landed his 52nd chart appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 this week (July 16), as “Good Love” with rap duo City Girls debuts at No. 70. The Lathun-sampled party anthem marked the 8x Grammy winner’s first entry since October 2019 when his self-influenced track “Come Thru,” headed by Summer Walker, opened and peaked
Jamie Foxx has signed on to star in J.J. Perry’s new Netflix original action film Day Shift, which premieres Aug. 12. The movie was produced by Chad Stahelski and written by Tyler Tice and Shay Hatten. Day Shift surrounds Bud (Jamie), a Los Angeles pool cleaner in desperate need of some serious cash to front essential
Yuna has shared Y3, the third of five capsule projects leading up to her forthcoming album Y5. It includes three new songs, one of which has a supporting video. There are streaks of lightweight R&B with light and breezy vocals and beautiful minimal production suited as a foundation. The songs on Y3 are made for playlists targeted
Brian McKnight Jr., son of R&B veteran Brian McKnight, has released a new song titled “Feels Like Home,” produced by SkyHigh Music. McKnight shows himself as a student of the R&B sound date-stamped during its golden era. He understands the sophistication of the genre and translates it beautifully in this smooth ode. The simplistic production
By Margot Brown From the moment I met Justice Kentaji Brown Jackson, I embraced what so many Black women felt — I saw myself, my daughters, and the many generations of […] The post The joyful justice of Ketanji Brown Jackson appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com Shalena Maxfield Edwards spent 21 years in the cosmetic industry as an executive at companies like Bobbi Brown […] The post Rich in Color Cosmetics provides products for women with ‘melanin-rich’ skin appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO D.C. Editor Swim season is in high gear throughout the DMV and pools in the District, Prince George’s, and Montgomery counties are open and ready for […] The post Jump in, summer’s here! There’s a pool near you in the DMV appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .