The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has unveiled the honorees for its 46th Kennedy Center Honors, set for Dec. 3 in Washington, D.C. Music icon Dionne Warwick is among the five recipients to be celebrated at the annual event. Highlighting notables across entertainment fields who’ve had lifetime artistic achievements, the 2023 class
Ambré is everywhere. Following the release of her new EP, who’s loving you?, she visited NPR headquarters to perform for its Tiny Desk Concert series in celebration of Black Music Month. During the 18-minute set, Ambré and her band played three tracks from her 2022 EP, 3000°, which included the No. 1 single “I’m Baby.”
Janelle Monáe has achieved her third consecutive top five debut on Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart. Her new album The Age of Pleasure opens at No. 2 with 19,000 equivalent units sold. It’s Monáe’s second set to open at No. 2, as her 2013 album, The Electric Lady, launched at No. 2 with 47,000 copies
Corinne Bailey Rae is ushering in a new era of music. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter has announced her new album, Black Rainbows, out Sept. 15 via Thirty Tigers. The 10-track album was inspired by artworks collected by Theaster Gates at the Stony Island Arts Bank in Chicago, Illinois. “I knew when I walked through those doors that
Phabo has announced his headlining Don’t Get Too Cozy Tour, which kicks off Sept. 6 at Valley Bar in Phoenix, Arizona. From there, the tour will stretch across North American territories, including Houston, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Toronto, Denver, and San Francisco, before wrapping its first leg on Oct. 13 at Echoplex in Los Angeles, California.
Mr. Dawood, a British Pakistani businessman, was the vice chairman of Engro Corporation, a conglomerate owned by one of the richest families in Pakistan.
The attack damaged a bridge in the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsula that Moscow uses to resupply its forces in Ukraine.
The U.S. Coast Guard said parts of the Titan submersible found on the ocean floor indicate a “catastrophic implosion” of the vessel.
The ruling from the country’s top court came as President Andrés Manuel López Obrador ramps up his attacks on the judicial system.
An aviation tycoon who pushed the limits, he went to the depths of the ocean and the blackness of space before his fateful dive to the Titanic on Sunday.