A new, dynamic voice in Black America
With movie credits including Disney’s Princess and the Frog, along with the chart-topping remix to Ciara's “Ride,” Bei Maejor's star is on the rise!
What the world needs now is a little bit of “Hope.”
Dr. Jason King is the Artistic Director of The Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music at New York University.
A full-time teacher by day, and a critically-acclaimed singer by night, Conya Doss has balanced academia and entertainment with relative ease.
Nelly reflects on his entry into the rap game, the legacy of M.C. Hammer, and the “business” side of the music business.
David E. Talbert is one of the highest-grossing and most-recognizable brands in the world of touring comedies and musicals.
Kenneth Gamble is one-half of the legendary Philadelphia International songwriting team, Gamble & Huff.
In less than a single decade, John Legend has made a mark upon the music industry that will never be erased.
Fefe Dobson reflects on her songwriting partnership with Kevin Rudolf, her love of Tina Turner, and the legacy of rock and roll.
Auburn Williams is the lone female artist on Beluga Heights’ roster.
In spite of his previous aversion to the uber-popular social networking site, Kanye West has morphed into a Twitter junkie.
Seven years after Kimberley Locke’s third place win on American Idol, her superstar status continues to shine bright.
As one of hip-hop's few credible actors, he has graced the "silver screen" - in the midst of his GRAMMY-winning career.
Corrine Bailey Rae may be known for her folksy vocals and stunning looks, but she's a versatile instrumentalist as well.
The production discography of Edwin "Tony" Nicholas reads like a "Who’s Who of R&B."
Last season, Tiny & Toya garnered three million viewers.
Corinne Bailey Rae blazed a musical trail in America that has been well-traveled by her British contemporaries.
Tamela Mann is one of the most-recognizable names in the contemporary Gospel music industry.
Scott Sanders is the director of Black Dynamite, an award-winning film that premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.
Under the guidance of Devyne Stephens, KRAVE plans to infuse the world with their unique brand of "ghetto pop."