A new, dynamic voice in Black America
Since his 2000 debut, Craig David has garnered four MOBOs, three Ivor Novello Awards, and two MTV Europe Awards.
With six ASCAP awards to his credit, Quinnes "Q" Parker is fully equipped to embark on a solo career.
Although satire should never be censored, it is not always useful, especially when one aspires to foster widespread understanding.
Determination and perseverance have been the hallmarks of Robin Thicke's musical career.
As the daughter of Donny Hathaway, one of soul music's eternal legends, the expectations placed upon Lalah's career have been extraordinarily high.
Keli Goff has emerged as one of Washington's key political commentators, serving as a regular contributor to CNN, FOX News Channel, and Bloomberg Radio.
At the age of 14, Farrah Gray became a self-made millionaire, despite being raised in the impoverished South Side of Chicago.
By most accounts Mariah Carey has undergone a complete transformation.
Since 1994, Tamia has put moves on the hearts of music lovers across the globe.
Racialized sentencing disparities have long been present in the United States criminal justice system.
Tiffany Evans is the only singer in Star Search history to receive a perfect, five-star score on every appearance.
Dianne Reeves is the only singer spanning across all music genres to win GRAMMY Awards in the vocal category for three consecutive recordings.
As a four-time GRAMMY winner, Dianne Reeves stands in a league of her own.
When music critics talk about contemporary R&B divas, Kelis is never mentioned and, for many, hardly an afterthought.
Reverend A. R. Bernard is the founder and spiritual leader of the 29,000-member Christian Cultural Center in New York City.
In celebration of Black History Month, Nickelodeon will air Nick News: The Legacy of Slavery on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 9:00 p.m.
In celebration of Black History Month, Nickelodeon will air Nick News: Martin Luther King on Sunday, February 10, 2008 at 9:00 p.m.
Page after page, this book shows us that the story of our lives is being written one day at a time.
Clayton Perry gives his predictions (in the rap field) for the 50th Grammy Awards.
Clayton Perry gives his predictions (in the R&B field) for the 50th Grammy Awards.