Queen Naija continues to make new gains. After scoring her fourth No. 1 Billboard Adult R&B Airplay single with her Big Sean-assisted “Hate Our Love,” emerging singer and songwriter receives its gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The Mike Woods-produced song has amassed sales of more than 500,000 equivalent units. “Hate
Queen of Hip-Hop Soul Mary J. Blige has given a stamp of approval to bourgeoning R&B quartet WanMor. The South Jersey-born group, composed of real-life brothers Big Boy, Chulo, Tyvas, and Rocco, has been announced as the first signing to the Emmy and Grammy-winning icon’s new imprint, Beautiful Life Productions, a partnership with 300 Entertainment.
Rising singer/songwriter UMI announced a European tour following a lengthy U.S. tour to support her debut album, Forest in the City. The tour will begin on Oct. 22 at Hole 44 in Berlin, Germany. She will play three additional shows through Oct. 28. Tickets are available for the mini-tour via her official website. “I can’t
Babyface has revealed the artwork and tracklist for his forthcoming album, Girls Night Out, which will release Oct. 29 via Capitol Records. It’s his first album on the label, after announcing his signing earlier this year. Girls Night Out includes the previously released singles “Keeps On Fallin’” featuring Ella Mai and the Kehlani-assisted “Seamless.” The
The Gospel Music Association is proud to partner with AJ RAMOS, music executive, speaker, and multimedia influencer, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, observed September 15 through October 15. The post GMA Partners with Latin Music and Culture Executive AJ RAMOS To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
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The monumentally long, slow-moving line stretching through London along the River Thames was temporarily closed when the estimated wait time to see Queen Elizabeth II lying in state reached 14 hours.
A memorial for Elizabeth has given residents of the former British colony a rare platform for public, if quiet, political dissent.
A new documentary goes some way to explaining why the city looks the way it does.
Ukrainian officials said a grave site found in Izium, Ukraine, could hold the bodies of more than 400 people who died during the six months of Russian occupation.