Spotify has announced R&B First Nights, a program to support rising R&B artists by connecting them with fans through a live experience. Through R&B First Nights, Spotify will partner with emerging acts to support their first live show across select U.S. cities. The new program is supported by Spotify’s Creator Equity Fund, which is part
Charlotte, North Carolina, was once home to Ari Lennox. The Grammy-nominated singer reminded a packed room at The Fillmore Charlotte of her roots in the area on Monday night, at her age/sex/location tour stop. While living in the Queen City, Lennox worked at Planet Fitness on South Tryon Street. She even wrote “Cascade,” a SoundCloud
6LACK is back. The Grammy-nominated artist has returned with “Since I Have A Lover,” his first proper single in five years. It’s the title track to his upcoming album, which releases March 24 on LVRN/Interscope Records. Produced by Soundwave, Fwdslxsh, and Dylan Wiggins, the song echoes the feeling of having a healthy, conducive love. 6LACK
Tink has revealed the dates for her headlining Thanks 4 Everything Tour, which will support her latest album, Thanks 4 Nothing. Powered by The Black Promoters Collective, the 13-date tour kicks off March 30 at The UC Theatre in Oakland, California. Tink will play additional shows nationwide in major U.S. cities, including Los Angeles, Atlanta, Washington
The Broccoli City Festival 2023 lineup has been unveiled. The two-day festival will return to RFK Festival Grounds in Washington, D.C., on July 15 and July 16. Jazmine Sullivan is at the top of the bill for day one. The Grammy-winning vocalist will co-headline with rapper Lil Uzi Vert, a fellow Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, native. There
Amy Grant announced she is releasing her first new music in a decade. During a two-part interview with Craig Melvin on THE TODAY SHOW, Grant excitedly shared the first track, “Trees We’ll Never See,” will be available across all DSP’s on March 24th. The post Amy Grant To Release First New Music In Ten Years
Girls have been hospitalized in over 10 cities with respiratory, cardiac and neurological symptoms. Senior officials said they might have been poisoned.
Amid persistent rumors of Ukrainian withdrawal from the war’s most prolonged battle, officials said nothing about the size or purpose of the reinforcement.
A Ukrainian soldier next to a multiple rocket launcher getting ready to fire at Russian targets in the area of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine.
Proponents of more aid fear that growing taxpayer fatigue toward shipping tens of billions of dollars overseas could undercut the war effort.