Turner is noted for her energetic stage presence, powerful vocals, career longevity, and trademark legs.One of the best-selling recording artists of all time, she has been referred to as The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll and has sold more than 200 million records worldwide. Continue reading
The R&B legends The O’Jays bring some well needs summer soul to the upcoming politic season with this Virtual Biden Harris Election Remix of their 1972 classic Love Train. Continue reading
Beyoncé had a very good Feb. 8, 2004. She won five out of the six Grammy awards for which she’d been nominated, including Best R&B Song with “Crazy In Love” — and she spent five spirited minutes performing with Prince.
Gospel singer Sam Cooke changed pop music forever and set the standard for every artist that followed him.
Janet Jackson performed the sultry ballad Any Time, Any Place written by Jackson with James Harris and Terry Lewis.
Teyana Taylor just released a new video for Wake Up Love, in which she reveals some big news: she’s expecting baby number two with husband Iman Shumpert, who is also featured in the song. Wake Up Love marks the newest single off Taylor’s forthcoming third full-length, The Album. Continue reading
James Brown and Aretha Franklin perform together on stage for the first time. They are joined by Wilson Pickett, Joe Cocker, Robert Palmer, and Billy Vera who are interviewed with Franklin before the concert. Taped at the Taboo Club, Detroit.
Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo who stage name is Black Coffee is a well renowned South African DJ, music producer, singer and songwriter. Black Coffee became prominent after participating in the 2004 Red Bull Music Academy held in Cape Town. In September 2015, he won the Breakthrough DJ of the Year award. Continue reading
Billy Porter performs Show Me from his self titled 1997 album on A&M records Continue reading
Motown Returns to The Apollo (1985) a star studded celebration of the 50th anniversary and re-opening of The Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York. Proceeds from the concert went to the Africare/Ethiopian Relief Fund. The program received a 1985 for Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Program. Continue reading