Sapp performs his new single “All In Your Hands” for the first time on network television. The post Marvin Sapp Performs New Single on ABC’s Sound of Freedom – A Juneteenth Celebration appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
*Cam Newton is opening up about the cheating scandal that separated him from his longtime ex-girlfriend, Shakia Proctor. On the Pivot Podcast, he says that the entire situation changed him as a person and that it was a “humanistic mistake.” At the time, the couple were together for almost 5 years and shared 4 children
*A$AP Rocky says the internet is to blame for the lack of maturity in rap music. “Rap is in its adolescence, and it’s been stuck here since Soulja Boy,” said Rocky during a conversation with Jerrod Carmichael for Interview, Revolt reports. “Before, everybody looked 35 and up. When Lil Wayne and JAY-Z and T.I. and
*(CNN) — Revlon, the 90-year-old cosmetics giant, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection because of its crippling debt and mounting celebrity competition. The nail polish and lipstick maker said the move will allow it to “strategically reorganize” its finances, pointing to “liquidity constraints” sparked by supply chain disruptions and inflation. Revlon is receiving $575 million
*If you’re a fan of the South Koren thriller series “Squid Game” on Netflix then you probably already expected a reality series based on the show was forthcoming. Netflix announced its cooking up a reality series based on “Squid Game.” Per the streaming giant’s description of the series, “Squid Games” centers on hundreds of players
*After being delayed for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the honorees for the 2020 Songwriters Hall Of Fame are finally being recognized for their legendary contributions to the world of music—and the group includes some of our faves. Mariah Carey, The Neptunes and The Isley Brothers are among the artists being honored for
By Tashi McQueen and Kara Thompson, Report for America Corps Member, Political Writer for the AFRO; MDDC Intern John Henry Murphy, Sr. might have been born a slave- but he […] The post John Henry Murphy Sr.; Slave. Soldier. Seer. Media maven. appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Maya Pottiger, Word in Black Juneteenth is a federal holiday. A bill to make it the 12th federal holiday was passed by the Senate and House, and President Joe […] The post #WordinBlack: A brief history of Juneteenth appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Patrick Washington, Word in Black The Texas-birthed holiday of Juneteenth is a very interesting holiday, to say the least. See, I, a native-born Texan, have two Yankee parents. As […] The post #WordinBlack: Texas native son talks Juneteenth: better late than never appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Historic Hosanna School Museum joins Smithsonian transcription project centered on the African American experience during the Reconstruction era
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org The Hosanna School Museum, a former Freedmen’s Bureau school located in Harford County, recently partnered with the Smithsonian’s […] The post Historic Hosanna School Museum joins Smithsonian transcription project centered on the African American experience during the Reconstruction era appeared first on AFRO