In the early ’70s, Freddie Hubbard was paralleling Miles Davis in going electric and funky. Unlike Miles, though, Hubbard’s recordings were increasingly defined by his … Read More “Freddie Hubbard: Music Is Here (Live at ORTF Paris 1973) (Wewantsounds)” The post Freddie Hubbard: Music Is Here (Live at ORTF Paris 1973) (Wewantsounds) appeared first on
At 95, Chicago-based guitarist George Freeman is among the world’s oldest active jazz musicians. Although he came of musical age in the 1940s and counts … Read More “Overdue Ovation: It’s Happening Now for George Freeman” The post Overdue Ovation: It’s Happening Now for George Freeman appeared first on JazzTimes.
R&B vets RL, Willie Taylor and Q Parker have joined forces for a new song titled “Fireworks.” On the Double AA-produced track, the R&B gents use fireworks as a simile for a romantic time in the bedroom. “When we kiss / It’s just like fireworks / Blasting off in my heart, oh and / When
Known for her captivating rap cadence and lyrics, most may not know 1017 Global Records’ own Enchanting has a dazzling singing voice. The Fort Worth, Texas, native showcases her beautiful voice in her latest song, “What I Want” featuring Jacquees. “What I Want” is an all-around feel-good record. Its production approach enables it to be
Hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, bleulilbaby teams up with Atlantic Records rap star Symba for her debut solo single, “Pride.” Over a mid-tempo, melancholy production, helmed by Grammy-nominated collective Triangle Park, bleulilbaby shows off the dynamics of her voice by singing about the stubbornness and inflexibility she brings to her latest relationship. Her past affects her
By Rev. Dr. K. A. Slayton There’s a familiar saying that suggests, maybe “the third time’s a charm.” While it’s still a very popular idiom in our Western culture it […] The post Op-ed: Maybe The Third Time’s The Charm appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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By Demetrius Dillard, Special to the AFRO Basketball legend, philanthropist and author, Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues released a new autobiography chronicling some of his life’s most memorable moments entitled “Muggsy: My […] The post Basketball icon Muggsy Bogues returns home for a book signing appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Kara Thompson, MDDC Intern Dr. Sonja Santelises was recognized on July 5 by Mayor Brandon M. Scott for her six years of service as chief executive officer of the […] The post Dr. Sonja Santelises recognized for time as CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Nicole D. Batey, Special to the AFRO Local entrepreneurs, community and non-profit leaders recently joined Johns Hopkins University’s (JHU) Office of Economic Development to celebrate the release of its […] The post JHU’s Office of Economic Development is celebrating the ‘Sweetness of Baltimore’ appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .