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Prince’s Legendary Bassist Remembers the Icon Five Years After His Death

About one year before Prince’s death, the "Purple Rain" icon called his favorite bassist, BrownMark, and flew him out to…

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CeCe Winans’ ‘Believe For It’ Album is Electrifying

Before even listening to “Believe For It” (PureSprings Gospel), I thanked 12-time Grammy Award winner CeCe Winans for delivering what…

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D.C.-Based Singer Terri Lee Taylor Releases Debut Single ‘Waiting’

Terri Lee Taylor, a Jamaica native who now lives in the District, just released her debut single, “Waiting.”

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Will Smith Pulls ‘Emancipation’ Film from Georgia Over Voting Restrictions

Actor Will Smith and filmmaker Antoine Fuqua have stopped the production of their film "Emancipation" in Georgia due to the…

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Hip-Hop Superstar DMX Dead at 50

DMX, the sensationally talented and gruff-voiced rap artist and actor who rose from the hardscrabble streets of Yonkers, New York,…

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Prince’s Estate Releases ‘Welcome 2 America,’ New Album of Unheard Music

Five years after his sudden death at the age of 57, the estate of the icon Prince is releasing brand-new…

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Legendary Soul Singer Shirley Murdock Remakes ’65 Classic ‘People Get Ready’

If R&B solid gold from the '80s or contemporary gospel count among your favorite genres of music, then there’s one…

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Underwood, Osbourne Haven’t Spoken Since On-Air Dust-Up

"The Talk" host Sheryl Underwood, speaking publicly for the first time since a racially charged on-air exchange with former co-host…

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Viola Davis Wins Big Again at SAG Awards

When it comes to this awards season, actor Viola Davis has been on a steady roll.

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Louis Armstrong, Nas, Janet Jackson Recorded in Library of Congress

Janet Jackson, Nas, LaBelle, Kool & the Gang and Louis Armstrong are among the latest group of musicians to have…

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