Alicia Keys will be playing on a lot more stages this year. The award-winning singer/songwriter has unveiled the dates for her headlining Keys to the Summer Tour. The North American leg kicks off June 28 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. From there, Keys will perform in major cities, including Tampa, Charlotte, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., New York, Toronto
R&B newcomers Q and Baby Rose are heading on tour together this year. Their co-headlining Through the Soul Tour kicks off at the Velvet Underground in Toronto, Canada, on May 28. From there, the two will play shows in various U.S. cities, including Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia. The tour wraps June 25
Beyoncé is that girl. The music icon is named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2023. She is featured in the Titans section, joining notables including Angela Bassett, Gina Prince-Bythewood, Lauren Powell Jobs, and Lionel Messi. Grammy winner Steve Lacy also made TIME’s annual list. His write-up was done by Chlöe, whose debut
Rising singer Jaz Karis has returned with her new single “Therapy.” Produced by Prodigal Sons, “Therapy” is a bittersweet breakup anthem that hears Karis singing about wanting to move on from a relationship but can’t shake off lingering feelings. “I’m so over being free, over therapy / Don’t want to be with you, I want
Emerging singer, songwriter and musician Jordan Hawkins has shared his new EP, 4Play. Hawkins launched the campaign for his sophomore solo EP in July 2022, with the Super Power” as the lead single. Later that year, he performed the track for COLORS, before issuing an acoustic version. Two more singles were issued in 2022, including
Famed music manager, Scott Brickell, is offering an inside look into what a career in the music industry really takes. The post Artist Manager Scott Brickell Pens New Book appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Jason Crabb recently attended the unveiling of a mural dedicated to showcasing music history at Man Middle School in Mallory, WV. The post Jason Crabb Featured In Mural Honoring Musical Excellence appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The violence against foreign officials, who are usually not targeted, highlighted how much the security situation has worsened in Khartoum in recent days.
The unit traces its origins from the notorious Janjaweed militias, which in the 2000s helped Sudan’s Army crush a rebellion in the western region of Darfur.
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia made a rare trip to the occupied region of southern Ukraine and heard from his military commanders, according to the Kremlin.