*The mother of one of the Black Americans who was kidnapped by cartel members in Mexico is speaking out. We reported previously that two of the kidnapped victims, Shaeed Woodard and Zindell Brown, were killed while the two survivors have been identified as Latavia Washington McGee and Eric Williams, according to CNN. McGee was found
*(CNN) — Michelle Obama broke down shortly after leaving then-President Donald Trump‘s inauguration, the former first lady candidly shared in a new podcast, as the emotions of leaving their family’s home after eight years and resentment over Trump taking office overwhelmed her. “When those doors shut, I cried for 30 minutes straight, uncontrollable sobbing, because
Kevin Hart and Nick Cannon backstage at The Ebony Repertory Theatre on December 9, 2016, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images) *Nick Cannon claims he will star in a new game show called “Who’s Having My Baby,” which Kevin Hart will host. The father of 12 shared a teaser of the trailer
DJ Cassidy has announced the return of his Pass The Mic Live! tour in partnership with the Black Promoters Collective. Kicking off the Mother’s Day Good Music Festival weekend is DJ Cassidy’s Pass The Mic Live! tour at Prudential Center on May 12. He will be joined by Ne-Yo, Ashanti, Robin Thicke and 112, along
Ravyn Lenaé’s single “Skin Tight” featuring Steve Lacy has reached the top 10 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart. The Lacy-produced tune advances from No. 11 to No. 10 this week. It also has entered the top 10 at R&B radio, moving from No. 12 to No. 10. It’s Lenaé’s first visit to the top
Chlöe Bailey’s new single “How Does It Feel” with Chris Brown is a top 10 hit. The Hitmaka and Cardiak-produced track opens at No. 7 on Billboard’s R&B Digital Song Sales chart during the week of March 11. According to Billboard, the chart tallies “the week’s most popular downloaded songs, ranked by sales data as
“Sometimes you have to remind people of your gift,” says Mario, reflecting on last year’s Verzuz battle with former B2K frontman Omarion. The Baltimore, Maryland, native, born Mario Dewar Barrett, grew up performing in local talent shows and neighborhood block parties. At age 14, after wowing music mogul Clive Davis in an audition, Mario signed
Oregon Catholic Press (OCP), a leader in the liturgical music publishing space, expands its mission to share the Good News by introducing Via Cantus Music Group. The post OCP Presents New Brand and Record Label “Via Cantus” appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
For the first time, Cuba will allow some M.L.B. players to represent the team internationally. But many of the country’s biggest stars were left out, or declined their invitations.
He translated works by Proust, Nabokov, Tolstoy and Emily Brontë into Vietnamese, and a classic Vietnamese poem, ‘The Tale of Kieu,’ into English.