*Beyoncé’s mother Tina Lawson has teased fans about what they can accept from her daughter’s highly-anticipated “Renaissance” album. Speaking to reporters at the HollyRod’s Foundation 2022 DesignCare Gala, Ms. Tina gushed, “I’m a fan too. I’m very, very excited,” she said, according to The Blast. “I just posted recently that I really miss her singing
In line with many resourceful jazz practitioners, Gilad Hekselman responded to the enforced isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic with a turning-lemons-to-lemonade attitude that ultimately eventuated … Read More “A Before & After Listening Session with Gilad Hekselman” The post A Before & After Listening Session with Gilad Hekselman appeared first on JazzTimes.
Sonic Liberation Front teaming with saxophonist/composer Oliver Lake is kind of like David Bowie phoning Donny McCaslin and his fellow jazz downtowners to record Blackstar: … Read More “Sonic Liberation Front: Justice: The Vocal Works of Oliver Lake (High Two)” The post Sonic Liberation Front: Justice: The Vocal Works of Oliver Lake (High Two) appeared
Many jazz fans might be surprised to learn not only that there is a casino in Queens, N.Y. (the only such establishment within the borders … Read More “Louis Armstrong Art Exhibit Opens at Casino in Queens” The post Louis Armstrong Art Exhibit Opens at Casino in Queens appeared first on JazzTimes.
Not every man desires to have their woman dolled up with added features. According to RL’s new single “No Filter,” sometimes less is more. On the slick groove, self-produced and written, the R&B veteran is turning the mirror back on his lady in hopes that she knows how beautiful she is without the attractive accessories.
ONE Musicfest has announced the lineup for its two-day affair, which is set for Oct. 8 and Oct. 9 at Central Park in Atlanta, Georgia. Grammy-winning singer Jazmine Sullivan is billed as a headliner, along with rap acts Lil Baby, Rick Ross and Gucci Mane, and Jeezy. Legendary singer Ms. Lauryn Hill, who headlined Lovers
By Maya Pottiger, Word in Black As the school year simmers down and the heat turns up, the summer months look different for everyone. Some kids are shooting hoops at […] The post #WordinBlack: Why Black students thrive in summer camp appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Digital health platform She Matters supports Black women experiencing postpartum comorbidities and trains healthcare providers to be culturally competent
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org While working as a teacher in Newark, New Jersey Jade Kearney got pregnant with her first daughter. As […] The post Digital health platform She Matters supports Black women experiencing postpartum comorbidities and trains healthcare providers to be culturally competent appeared first on
By AFRO Staff As Election Day quickly approaches, the AFRO has chosen to endorse Wes Moore for Governor of Maryland ahead of the July 19 primary. Moore is running on […] The post The AFRO endorses: Wes Moore for Governor appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Maya Pottiger, Word in Black For two hours on Friday afternoons, a group of high school students split between Stockton and Sacramento, California, hop on Zoom to discuss the […] The post #WordinBlack: Meet the Black literary society helping high schoolers fall in love with books appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .