Karen Carpenter, the iconic voice behind the legendary 1970s duo, The Carpenters, left an indelible mark on the music world with her unmistakable vocal prowess and emotional depth. With a career spanning just over a decade before her untimely passing in 1983, Karen’s enchanting voice and heartfelt delivery continue to resonate with audiences worldwide. Her
Ozzy Osbourne, the inimitable frontman and icon of heavy metal, has captivated generations of music lovers with his powerful voice, magnetic stage presence, and rebellious spirit. From his early days as the Black Sabbath frontman to his highly successful solo career, Ozzy has consistently pushed the boundaries of rock music, cementing his status as the
Rod Stewart, the legendary British rock icon, has left an indelible mark on the music industry with his distinct raspy voice, energetic performances, and timeless songs. From his early days with The Faces to his successful solo career, Stewart has consistently delivered hit after hit, earning him a well-deserved place among the greatest artists of
Van Morrison, the iconic Irish singer-songwriter, has captivated audiences for decades with his soulful voice, poetic lyrics, and genre-bending musical style. With a career spanning over five decades, Morrison has crafted an extensive discography that showcases his unique blend of rock, blues, folk, and soul. His songs have a timeless quality, resonating with listeners across
Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and producer PJ Morton is now part of the Disney family, fulfilling a childhood dream by writing and producing an original song for the upcoming Tiana’s Bayou Adventure attraction. Morton will create and reimagine music for the new ride inspired by the 2009 animated film, The Princess and the Frog. Since the
The reign of Coco Jones shows no signs of stopping. The R&B singer’s current single “ICU” graces the No. 1 spot on urban radio this week, marking her first time achieving this accomplishment. Jones is one of three women in R&B with chart-topping songs on urban radio this year. SZA and Summer Walker were the
Roy Woods is still holding on to his soul ties. On his new single “Don’t Mind Me,” the OVO Sound artist uses a groans from Mary J. Blige’s 1996 hit “Not Gon Cry” to clarify his intentions. Woods takes back his advances from a woman who was more invested in their situation than he was.
Emerging R&B group WanMor has shared the official video for their “Mine (Remix),” directed by the Aucella Brothers. The video for “Mine (Remix)” is an invitation to be interactive with each of the real-life brothers through their separate Instagram handles and via FaceTime, if you’re lucky to have their direct line. Elsewhere in the video
Ye Ali is looking for a submissive sexual companion on his new song “Good Girls.” It was produced by CJ Francis IV and co-written by Ali and Trevon Waters (Chris Brown, Vedo). Emphasizing his conquest to celebrate the pleasures of the moment, Ali insists that his lady completely give up control between the sheets to
R&B trio The Shindellas have unveiled the video for their latest single “Last Night Was Good for My Soul.” The video, directed by NitaInNashville, was filmed on an iPhone 13. The fun-filled clip sees The Shindellas soaking up the sun at a pool party, where food is grilling, drinks are flowing and hips are moving.