R&B trio The Shindellas have returned with their new single “Last Night Was Good for My Soul,” written and produced by Louis York (Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony). “Last Night” is a funky, party-ready groove bound to light up a dance floor. It’s over four minutes of pure joy and good vibes. In true Shindella
Just a week before Chlöe delivers her highly anticipated debut album, In Pieces, the Grammy-nominated singer has dropped a new track titled “Body Do.” She co-produced it with 2300. On the uptempo twerk anthem, Chlöe acknowledges that her man may be unfaithful, but she can’t shake off their physical connection. In fact, she uses it as
After setting the internet ablaze with a snippet of “Da Girls,” Ciara has released the song in its entirety via her Beauty Marks Entertainment imprint. It was produced by Derrick Milano, OG Parker, Romano, tenroc and Mike Woods. Timed perfectly for Women’s History Month, “Da Girls” is a syrupy, bass-heavy track filled with affirming lyrics
Lauren Daigle announces her much-anticipated US arena tour, The Kaleidoscope Tour, kicking off on September 6, 2023. The post Lauren Daigle Announces Fall 2023 The Kaleidoscope Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Such a test would be a first for Kim Jong-un’s weapons program. But there was no independent confirmation that it had happened.
Two exhibitions in Melbourne — “Radical Utopia” and “Melbourne Now” — trace the city’s art and design from the 1980s to the present.
After a tip, The Times located a portrait of Donald Trump given to him by El Salvador’s president and that Democrats were eager to account for. It was propped up in an obscure spot in a Trump hotel.
The deal, reached just before President Biden arrived in Canada for an official visit, allows both countries to reduce a surge in migration.
Another similar ban by the council that oversees ice hockey shows the issue has not waned.
Patsy Cline was an American singer known for her rich, emotive voice and her contributions to the country music genre. Born in Virginia in 1932, Cline began performing as a teenager, and by the late 1950s, she had become a popular country music artist. Her hits included “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “Crazy,” “I Fall to Pieces,”