The trailer for Keyshia Cole’s upcoming biopic, Keyshia Cole: This is My Story, has been released by Lifetime. Cole plays herself in the D’Angela Proctor and Manu Boyer-directed movie and is also the executive producer. The one-minute clip features Cole explaining her decision to share her life story, which has been filled with various obstacles
Leela James has announced upcoming show dates, starting with a performance on July 14 in Augusta, Georgia. The R&B vocalist will perform in U.S. cities, including New Orleans, Memphis, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia. As of now, James’ run of shows will conclude Oct. 12 in Chandler, Arizona. Some of James’ upcoming shows will feature the
Charlie Wilson visited NPR’s headquarters for a special Tiny Desk Concert in honor of Black Music Month. Joined by a seven-piece band and background singers, the legendary singer opened his 30-minute set with “Charlie, Last Name Wilson.” It’s the title track from his 2005 album, which peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Alicia Keys’ current single “Come For Me” featuring Khalid and Lucky Daye moves to No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart during the week of June 10. It marks Keys’ 14th chart-topper on this list, extending her record for most No. 1s among all acts. Keys last led the Adult R&B Airplay chart with
The CMB Awards Dinner at Momentum 2023 just wrapped up, and the Station of the Year and Special Awards recipients were announced. Please join us in congratulating this year’s winners!
Prince Harry’s expected courtroom testimony this week will be the first time that a prominent member of Britain’s royal family has been cross-examined in over 130 years.
Passengers looked out over wreckage as trains moved by the site of crash last week that killed at least 275 people and injured more than 1,200.
A beluga whale named Hvaldimir was first spotted in 2019 wearing what looked like a camera harness. He has recently been moving toward busier waters, prompting fears for his safety.
The sequence of events as three trains collided in one of India’s deadliest rail accidents.
A court ruled that “substantial and grave injustice” was done to Choy Yuk-ling, an investigative journalist who also goes by the name Bao Choy.