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You walk past this historical landmark everyday, but do you really know the story  behind it? Today, for Black History Month, I’m saluting The Great Blacks In Wax Museum, located on North Avenue in Baltimore City. In 1983, Dr. Elmer and Joanne Martin founded the Great Blacks in Wax Museum in downtown Baltimore with 21 […]

You know it's officially summer in Baltimore with the kickoff of the 2010 African American Heritage Festival at the M and T Bank Stadium with LIVE MUSIC, great food, art exhibits, fun for the kids and more.

Durrell Bishop is on a mission to bring back that timeless r&b music of the 80's and 90's with The Introduction of Durrell Bishop. Baltimore, are you ready for the movement?

Today we pay homage to the life of rapper Tupac Shakur. 2Pac sold over 75 million albums worldwide and was named the 86th Greatest Artist of All Time by Rolling Stone.

Although an independent artist, the Baltimore rapper is relentless in his climb to the top. I guess you can say it's in his blood.

We are proud to pay tribute to a contemporary jazz great who has released albums consistently for the past 15 years and hailed from Charm City, Maysa.

eLZhi, no explanation needed. One of hip hop’s greatest emcee’s took the time out to speak with me.

What is the connection between Rihanna's hit single "Rude Boy" and Baltimore? Click here to find out.

Tank is best known for his song writing and producing abilities. He has worked with artists such as Jamie Foxx, Marques Houston, Omarion, Aaliyah, Kelly Rowland and Monica.

A tribute to yet another talented duo of young, talented men that hailed from Baltimore

Dru Hill is an R&B group that hailed from Baltimore. The members of the group are Mark “Sisqo” Andrews, Tamir “Nokio” Ruffin, Larry “Jazz” Anthony and Antwuan “Tao” Simpson. The group recorded seven Top 40 songs including “In My Bed”, Never Make A Promise” and “How Deep Is Your Love”. The original members of the […]

Baltimore-bred Paula Campbell is a rising R & B star. She has worked with famous writers and producers including Ne-Yo, Warren Campbell and Troy Oliver. Campbell was raised on the West Side of Baltimore and attended Frederick Douglass High School. She took singing lessons as a teenager and sang in vocal groups with Tamar Braxton […]