Nigerian worship leader and songwriter, Olumide Iyun teams up with South Africa’s Soweto Gospel Choir on his latest single titled “Working For My Good”. The new song is a powerful, emotive declaration of faith. It’s a cross-cultural mix of rhythms, styles, and expressions native to Nigeria, South Africa, and Central America. “Working For My Good”
*(CNN) — Lil Jon isn’t used to reminiscing. “I’m always pushing forward and not really thinking about everything I’ve done in my career and … the span of it,” he told CNN in a recent interview. But now the producer and artist behind hits such as “Get Low,” “Turn Down For What” and “Yeah!” (which
*Danny Roberts of MTV’s “Real World: New Orleans” fame is speaking out about the network’s decision to omit his struggle with HIV during the recent reunion special. The Real World Homecoming with the New Orleans cast aired on Paramount+ in April and the 44-year-old star tells Los Angeles Times that producers of the series reboot
*HBO Max has dropped the official trailer for Issa Rae’s new series, “Rap Sh!t”. As we reported previously, “Rap Sh*t” hails from Issa Rae, writer Syreeta Singleton and City Girls hip-hop duo Yung Miami and JT. The project is a half-hour comedy that follows two estranged high school friends from Miami who reunite to
*Forty-eight years ago today (July 6), “Rock the Boat” by The Hues Corporation became the first disco song to top the Hot 100. Or was it? Written by trumpeter/songwriter Wally Holmes, “Rock the Boat” originally appeared on the trio’s 1973 debut album “Freedom for the Stallion.” The Santa Monica, California-based group had been formed by
*Ray J has gotten a tattoo of his sister Brandy’s face on his leg. The singer shared his new ink with hsi followers on Instagram. As reported by PEOPLE, in the caption, Ray J said his plans are to get his whole leg inked with “music,” “love,” “scriptures,” “the vocal bible,” “family,” “ghosts,” “positive words,”
By Navy Office of Community Outreach EAST CHINA SEA (July 1, 2022) – Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Handling) Airman Nevyn Harris, from Baltimore, observes flight operations aboard amphibious assault carrier USS […] The post Baltimore native serves aboard USS Tripoli appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Maryland suspends “good and substantial reason” requirement for concealed carry after Supreme Court ruling, local leaders respond
By Tinashe Chingarande, Special to the AFRO The court exercised its federal power to uphold Second and Fourteenth Amendment rights Marylanders who want to conceal a weapon no longer have […] The post Maryland suspends “good and substantial reason” requirement for concealed carry after Supreme Court ruling, local leaders respond appeared first on AFRO American
Black Girls Love Math teaches culturally-conscious curriculum to address racial and gender inequality in mathematics
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com Only about 2 percent of all science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers are held by Black women. […] The post Black Girls Love Math teaches culturally-conscious curriculum to address racial and gender inequality in mathematics appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Multi-award-winning Nigerian Comedian, recording artist, and Energetic performer, Akpororo is out with a new praise jam and he titles this one “No More“. The groovy song emphasizes the finished work of Christ, highlighting the freedom we have through Him. It’s an Afrobeats uptempo that declares and exalts God’s greatness. “No More Sorrow, No More Weeping”