*(CNN) — Serena Williams‘ legendary tennis career has likely come to an end after she fell to Australia’s Ajla Tomljanović in the third round of the US Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York. The 23-time grand slam singles champion leaves an indelible mark, not only on tennis, but all of sport. Tomljanović
*Mariah Carey has filed a written declaration stressing that she stands by the accusations she made against her brother, Morgan (Carey), that he was a former cocaine dealer. The “Shake It Off” hitmaker made the remark in her memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey,” which was released in September 2020. The book touched on Carey’s
Kirk Franklin shares the new live video performance of “Bless Me” with Maverick City Music, recorded live from Vevo Studio. The track is from their collaborative project titled Kingdom Book 1, which is available now. Taking the idea of “prison performance” to another level, the genre-transcending project made entirely from the grounds of a Florida prison
Jireh (My Provider) (Remix) by Limoblaze, Happi, and Lecrae has debuted on Billboard U.S. Afrobeats Songs Chart. The widely received Afrogospel record which dropped in July clocks in at No. 48 on the Top 50 List of the Afrobeat chart dated September 3rd, 2022. Jireh (My Provider) is an Afrobeat remix of Maverick City Music’s
Powerhouse Gospel singer, Tasha Cobbs Leonard releases a new song “The Church I Grew Up In” off of her live-recorded new album, HYMNS, due on October 7th, via Motown Gospel. The comforting, heartwarming track is preceded by the project’s lead single, “The Moment“. “The Church I Grew Up In” gives listeners a glimpse of Tasha’s
Nigerian foremost Gospel record label EeZee Conceptz Global has unveiled yet another act for 2022 – Gospel music minister Esther Oji! The announcement is coming alongside the release of her debut album titled “Sound of Heaven.” Accompanying the release is the video for the track “Dependable Jesus” off of the new album. Esther Oji is
Brian Courtney Wilson racks up another Number 1 song this week with “Sure As,” which tops Billboard’s Gospel Airplay chart. Wilson celebrates a notable fourth number one song on the charts, demonstrating his respected status on Gospel radio. “Sure As,” is the second song from Wilson’s 2020 STILL album to reach Number 1 on Billboard’s
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By Ariama C. Long, New York Amsterdam News New York City Councilmember Rita Joseph has introduced a bill to address the rise of suicide rates among Black girls and boys, […] The post Battling Black and Brown youth suicide rates appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Tinashe ChingarandeSpecial to the AFROtchingarande@afro.com Maryland Public Television (MPT) will highlight the achievements of historically Black colleges and universities through a week-long programming initiative. The first television segment will […] The post MPT to highlight Black excellence with 2022 HBCU Week appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .