From the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll herself Tina Turner to the new age revolutionary D'Angelo And The Vanguard, take a look at five Black musicians that made impactful changes in rock music over the past five decades as we continue to celebrate Black Music Month.
Unlike the philosophical dilemma, what came first the chicken or the egg, in the music world there is a clear-cut answer, before there was Hip Hop there was Funk and one can make the argument that the road to Funk went through Ohio.
From the two Kools to Flex, Clue to Capri, we 're giving 10 mixmasters that helped define hip-hop the flowers they deserve for Black Music Month.
This Black Music Month we're reflecting on classic album art that sparked trendsetting fashion moments. From 'Lemonade' to 'Invasion Of Privacy' these major music moments have magnitude and style in common.
Trap music has taken over has Hip Hop’s mainstream sound. In commercials, in movies, and even in Television shows, Trap Music is everywhere
Gospel music is defined as a genre of American Protestant music, rooted in the religious revivals of the 19th century, which developed in different directions within the white (European American) and Black (African American) communities of the United States
Urban One Celebrates Black Music Month with the Release of a For The Culture: The History of Black Music Podcast Series Six Music Genres will be highlighted within a Podcast in Recognition of Black Music Month (Washington, DC – June 1, 2021) – In celebration of Black Music Month, Urban One announced today the release […]
In the 90s, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony might have been one of the biggest groups in Hip-Hop. Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone, Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, and Flesh-n-Bone make up the legendary group who has connections to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Oukast is arguable one of the most important Hip Hop duo's to ever bless rap. Andre 3000 and Big Boi formed Outkast in 1992 in East Point, Georgia
The DMV's own Ari Lennox has quickly become one of R&B's brightest stars. We first go a look at the sultry R&B singer in 2015 on the song Sweat it Out" on the album "Elephant Eyes" from fellow Dreamville artist Omen.
You can't talk about Houston without talking about the biggest that has come out of H-Town, Beyonce
Get 2 Chainz or Rick Ross on a guest appearance spree and see what happens.