Rising R&B singer Layton Greene has released her new single “Something” via Quality Control Music/Motown Records. Produced by The Breed, “Something” finds Greene speechless as she tries to describe the sensational feeling of falling in love. “Baby, you’ve made me feel something / And I can’t explain it, no / But you got that something
Rising R&B singer and songwriter Mariah the Scientist has signed a deal with Epic Records. She joins a label roster that includes Sade, Givēon, Tori Kelly, Future, Travis Scott and more. “Mariah is a dynamic creative force with a clear vision for her music and the experience surrounding it,” says Epic Records’ President Ezekiel Lewis.
Destin Conrad steps into a new era with the release of his new single “Luv n Devotion.” He co-wrote the island-tinged track with singer, songwriter and producer Leven Kali (Beyoncé, Jazmine Sullivan), who co-produced it with Sol Was. Heavy under the influence of alcohol, Conrad begins to see a former lover in a new light.
Ruben Studdard is not slowing down. The Grammy-nominated singer has unveiled “Masterpiece,” his third song from his forthcoming album, The Way I Remember It. In his latest track, Studdard skillfully transports his listeners to the classic R&B sounds of the ’70s. The song’s lyrics are a tribute to his lady, with Studdard showering her with
By Heather Heiman Human trafficking survivors often struggle with poor credit and other financial challenges after their trafficking experience, particularly if they were a victim of identity theft or financial coercion. Traffickers often seize victims’ identification, such as driver’s licenses, passports or ID cards, and may misuse them to fraudulently secure credit cards, bank accounts
Airstrikes in Gaza have destroyed entire neighborhoods and forced hundreds of thousands of people from their homes. Plestia Alaqad and Nour AlSaqqa, both in their early 20s, shared what life is like under siege.
Russia’s assault there may be a sign that Moscow is trying to regain the initiative in the war, after it spent months defending against Ukraine’s southern counteroffensive.
Thieves in Scotland made off with the painting “Children Wading” in 1989. The work was recently returned after showing up at an auction house in northern England.
The postgraduate degree, to be offered at the University of Exeter starting next year, will focus on the history of magic, folklore and rituals.
Jason St. Pierre cited religion to discipline a 17-year-old for what he deemed inappropriate dancing at an off-campus Homecoming after-party.