*Adele has announced new dates for her Las Vegas residency after canceling the shows in January. The 32-show Weekends with Adele will go down at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas from Nov. 18, 2022, to March 25, 2023, EW reports. “I’m going to give you the absolute best of me,” the singer
*(CNN) — A three-track prologue soundtrack has already been released in anticipation of Marvel’s upcoming sequel, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Nigerian artist Tems sings a cover of Bob Marley’s “No Woman, No Cry,” “A Body, A Coffin” by Amaarae and “Soy” by Santa Fe Klan also feature on the album. “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” stars
To be mesmerized is to be hypnotized, which I’ve been when listening to the dense music of 42-year-old drummer/composer/academic Tyshawn Sorey. An astute and perhaps … Read More “Tyshawn Sorey Trio: Mesmerism (Pi)” The post Tyshawn Sorey Trio: Mesmerism (Pi) appeared first on JazzTimes.
Forgive me if I’ve mentioned this before (perhaps repeatedly), but I’ve been playing guitar now for more than 40 years. So when the time comes … Read More “JT Notes: Highlights Galore in our Annual Guitar Issue” The post JT Notes: Highlights Galore in our Annual Guitar Issue appeared first on JazzTimes.
A new Todd Marcus recording is always a treat, not only for his prowess as a restlessly creative bass clarinetist but also for his original … Read More “Todd Marcus Jazz Orchestra: In the Valley (Stricker Street)” The post Todd Marcus Jazz Orchestra: In the Valley (Stricker Street) appeared first on JazzTimes.
The Chicago Jazz Festival, one of the nation’s largest free jazz festivals, returns as an in-person event on September 1-4, 2022, with a full schedule … Read More “2022 Chicago Jazz Festival Schedule Announced” The post 2022 Chicago Jazz Festival Schedule Announced appeared first on JazzTimes.
U.S. Supreme Court set to review affirmative action this fall—what does that mean for college admissions?
By Ayodele Ayoola, AFRO Editorial Intern The United States Supreme Court recently ended its session in late June with its landmark ruling to overturn Roe V. Wade, eliminating the constitutional […] The post U.S. Supreme Court set to review affirmative action this fall—what does that mean for college admissions? appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers
It was a historical night of worship at Wembley’s OVO Arena as worshippers gathered and filled up the 12,500-seat-capacity of ‘London’s most Iconic’ venue for “Thy Kingdom Come” – a worship event headlined by Nathaniel Bassey, Dunsin Oyekan, and Victoria Orenze. The event held on Sunday, July 24, at the legendary arena, has created a
US-based Nigerian gospel singer and songwriter, Oyinadun has unwrapped the official visuals to her latest single “Maker Of The Universe,” featuring indigenous music minister Bukola Bekes. The song extols God’s greatness and majesty. Oyinadun is a gospel music minister whose music composition ranges from Inspirational, worship, praise, soul, and folk music. Get into her latest
According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), Jhené Aiko’s best-selling single is “Sativa,” the alternate version featuring Rae Sremmurd. The song is now certified 5x multi-platinum with cumulative U.S. sales of more than five million equivalent units. The original version, lifted from Aiko’s 2017 album Trip, features Swae Lee, one-half of Rae Sremmurd