K. Michelle brings feeling back to R&B with her new single “You,” produced by Hero. Within a melancholy setting, K. Michelle performs with an affecting, guttural soul as she laments about being unable to get her ex out of her head. Even if she gets under someone else, she still feels empty without him. K.
Singer Toni Romiti wants peace of mind on her new single “Leave Me Alone.” Over a bouncy beat, Romiti expresses exasperation with an unworthy suitor who’s wasted her time with lies and broken her heart too many times with misdeeds. Romiti wants this no-good ex to go about his business so she can move on
Baby Rose wonders how to apply pressure on her new song “Stop the Bleeding.” This heart-tugging ballad features one of Rose’s most affecting vocal performances. She desperately strives to mend what was left broken by a past lover before she’s left empty. She sings in the second verse: “Pain is at my window / The
Tamar Braxton is back. In celebration of her 46th birthday (March 17), the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter has released “Changed,” her first proper single in six years. The song was released under Braxton’s imprint Tamar Braxton Productions, in association with London-based indie label Platform Records. On “Changed,” which borrows the melody of SWV’s 1998 classic “Rain,” Braxton
Veteran Gospel radio promotions executive, Benjamin Jeffrey Grant-Clark, transitioned after a lengthy illness on Friday, March 3, 2023. The post Industry Mourns Veteran Gospel Radio Executive, Jeff Grant appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Erica Campbell stars in Pride, a new Lifetime movie airing Saturday, April 8, 2023 The post Erica Campbell Starring In New Lifetime Movie appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Natalie Grant recently performed at the season opening of Dollywood, joined by Dolly Parton, for the 50th anniversary of the writing of “I Will Always Love You.” The post Natalie Grant Performs With Dolly Parton at Dollywood appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Demonstrators with covered faces threw cobblestones torn from the pavement at the police, who responded with tear gas and water cannons.
A protest at Place de la Concorde in Paris began as a jovial scene, but devolved as night fell and violent protesters clashed with police.
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets to protest the government’s plan to take greater control over the country’s courts.