It’s love season and UK-based prophetic psalmist & gifted songwriter, Isabella Melodies has released a beautiful and heartwarming ballad titled “My Lover,” in honor of the greatest Lover of all times, Jesus Christ. Speaking about the song, the Nigerian-born worshipper quoted John 15:13 “Greater love has no one than this than to lay down one’s
*In Colorado, a Black farming couple say they are the target of racial harassment online and in-person, and Tuesday, with the help of the NAACP, one of them was bailed out of jail. The couple owns a ranch that’s nearly 1,000 acres large in El Paso County. Courtney Mallory and his wife Nicole claim, among
Collage Group Reveals Top Ads Resonating Among Black Consumers Aged 18 to 42 *February is Black History month and Collage Group is releasing new consumer research throughout the month in celebration of Black American culture. Here’s some of the fascinating findings: Revealed: Top Ads Resonating Among Younger Black Consumers Cultural Intelligence company, Collage Group, explains
ULMII Entertainment Conference dance winner Tiarah Williams from Washington, DC with her ULMII Best Dancer Award. *Starting in 2023 the “Uplifting Minds II” Entertainment Conference will include cash prizes, along with its “Best Artist” Award to the winners of its national talent competition. The ULMII talent competition winners’ package also includes over $17,000 valued in
OUR ROOTS – Michelle Obama – EURWEB *The first African American First Lady supported her husband and first Black president, #44, throughout his two-term presidency. A role model for women, she was an advocate for education, poverty awareness, healthy eating, and healthy living. Her influence still remains high as many young girls aspire to emulate
Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Other Elected Officials Show Support for Compton NAACP Branch | PHOTOs
Paulette Simpson-Gipson and Judge Kelvin Filer (Photo Credit: Marilyn Smith) *On Saturday, January 28, at the Aeronautical Museum hanger inside the Compton/Woodley Airport in Compton CA, Harold Melvin’s “Wake Up Everybody” hung in the air, as more than 100 people filed in to see the swearing-in of the newest officers and Executive Committee members of
George V. Johnson keeps a recording close at hand. It’s a 16-second clip of Eddie Jefferson, the jazz vocalist who invented “vocalese,” from 1977. In … Read More “Overdue Ovation: George V. Johnson” The post Overdue Ovation: George V. Johnson appeared first on JazzTimes.
Steve Turre says he likes to play with elders because they “stretch me in ways of wisdom,” and he likes to play with youngsters because … Read More “Steve Turre: Generations (Smoke Sessions)” The post Steve Turre: Generations (Smoke Sessions) appeared first on JazzTimes.
Singer Raheem DeVaughn, saxophonist Vandell Andrew and production duo The Colleagues have teamed up for a new album, Love Euphoria. The eight-track project takes listeners on a dreamy, romantic journey filled with sweet crooning and jazzy instrumentation. It includes the previously shared songs “Euphoria (Raheem DeVaughn remix)” and the Goapele-featured “Love Around the Clock.” Regarding
Angie Stone is back with her first new song in four years, “Kiss You.” Arriving just in time for Valentine’s Day, “Kiss You” is a sultry tune that hears the music veteran yearning for intimate time with her lover. “Kiss You” was co-produced by Walter W. Millsap III and Xavier Gordon. The two co-wrote the