*Actress Patina Miller returns for the explosive third season of “Power Book III: Raising Kanan,” which debuts on STARZ on Dec. 1. This season “continues to tell the origin story of fan-favorite character Kanan Stark (MeKai Curtis), originally played by Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson in the flagship series, delving further into his evolution from the
*(CNN) — The inmate accused of stabbing Derek Chauvin, the former police officer convicted in George Floyd’s killing, has been charged with attempted murder, according to court documents. According to the federal complaint, at approximately 12:30 p.m. local time on November 24, Chauvin was in the law library at FCI-Tucson when John Turscak, 52, attacked
50 Cent – GettyImages *50 Cent revealed in a new interview that he initially offered his 2003 single “Magic Stick” to Miami rapper Trina before it went to Lil’ Kim. [“Magic Stick”] was written for ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’. And then it didn’t make it. I wrote that record intentionally to work with Trina.
Pete Townshend, a multifaceted musician, songwriter, and visionary, is best known as the guitarist and primary songwriter for the iconic rock band The Who. Born in 1945, his impact on music transcends mere performance, extending into the realms of innovation, introspection, and cultural influence. Townshend’s guitar playing style was revolutionary, marked by his aggressive strumming
Otis Redding, a luminary in soul music, transcended the boundaries of the genre with his emotive vocals, impassioned performances, and enduring impact on music history. Born in Georgia in 1941, his musical journey began in the church choir, where he honed his powerful and soul-stirring voice. Redding’s rise to prominence occurred in the 1960s, marked
Elmore James, often hailed as the “King of Slide Guitar,” etched an indelible mark on the blues genre with his raw, electrifying sound and innovative slide guitar technique. Born in 1918 in Mississippi, his musical journey began in the juke joints and cotton fields of the South, where he absorbed the essence of Delta blues.
The Robert Cray Band is a musical powerhouse that has left an indelible mark on the blues and soul genres. Led by the incomparable Robert Cray, a gifted guitarist and soulful vocalist, the band has been a driving force in contemporary blues since its formation in the late 1970s. Known for their smooth blend of
The Box Tops, formed in Memphis in 1967, were a dynamic and influential American rock band of the late 1960s. Fronted by the soulful and distinctive voice of Alex Chilton, the group is best known for their chart-topping hit “The Letter.” This single, with its infectious blend of blue-eyed soul and rock, skyrocketed the Box
Josh Levi is spreading holiday joy this season with his cover of “Let It Snow,” penned by Wanya Morris of Boyz II Men and Brian McKnight. On Levi’s cover, he not only aims to dazzle traditionalists who cherish the original version but also expresses gratitude to the person who introduced “Let It Snow” to him
R&B superstar Usher has teamed with K-pop artist Jung Kook for a remix of his song “Standing Next to You.” The updated version, which includes writing support from Johntá Austin, features the R&B icon’s harmonious vocals skating over the synth-funk production. “The universe approves when you and I dance / So elegant and heaven sent