*(CNN) — A three-track prologue soundtrack has already been released in anticipation of Marvel’s upcoming sequel, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Nigerian artist Tems sings a cover of Bob Marley’s “No Woman, No Cry,” “A Body, A Coffin” by Amaarae and “Soy” by Santa Fe Klan also feature on the album. “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” stars
By Tashi McQueen, Report For America Corps Member, Political Writer for The AFRO Sonia Eaddy, longtime Poppleton resident and president of Poppleton Now Community Association, has a reason to smile. […] The post Mayor Scott and team update community on historic Poppleton redevelopment efforts appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
U.S. Supreme Court set to review affirmative action this fall—what does that mean for college admissions?
By Ayodele Ayoola, AFRO Editorial Intern The United States Supreme Court recently ended its session in late June with its landmark ruling to overturn Roe V. Wade, eliminating the constitutional […] The post U.S. Supreme Court set to review affirmative action this fall—what does that mean for college admissions? appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers
by NNPA via DefenderNetwork.com Thursday, July 28, could mark a historic day for the U.S. Marines. For the first time in its 246-year history, the Marines could have a Black […] The post Senate poised to confirm Marines’ first Black four-star general appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
by Houston Public Media The city of Houston and Harris County are asking the White House for more Monkeypox vaccines as the number of cases in the Houston area rises […] The post Monkeypox cases rise, leaders want more vaccines appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
It was a historical night of worship at Wembley’s OVO Arena as worshippers gathered and filled up the 12,500-seat-capacity of ‘London’s most Iconic’ venue for “Thy Kingdom Come” – a worship event headlined by Nathaniel Bassey, Dunsin Oyekan, and Victoria Orenze. The event held on Sunday, July 24, at the legendary arena, has created a
US-based Nigerian gospel singer and songwriter, Oyinadun has unwrapped the official visuals to her latest single “Maker Of The Universe,” featuring indigenous music minister Bukola Bekes. The song extols God’s greatness and majesty. Oyinadun is a gospel music minister whose music composition ranges from Inspirational, worship, praise, soul, and folk music. Get into her latest
Featuring special guests Jordan St. Cyr and Ryan Ellis, The Wholehearted Tour will travel to cities in Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia, New Jersey, North Carolina, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Colorado, Arkansas and more. The post We Are Messengers Headlining 30-City Fall Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The poignant track, which has garnered over 12 million streams, marks the 12th number one song for West as an artist, his 24th top 10 hit as an artist and his 25th number one song as an artist and songwriter. The post Matthew West Achieves Fourth Back To Back Number One Song with “Me On
Following two successful limited tours, Premier Productions and Elevation Church announce a continuation of the Elevation Nights Tour featuring Elevation Worship and Steven Furtick. The post Elevation Nights Tour Coming Fall 2022 appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.