Low key, a few building blocks in the ever-evolving culture of hip-hop have returned to the essence.
On Sunday June 11th, Hot 97 will be hosting their annual Summer Jam concert at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
Saturday, June 3, Spike Lee hosted “Your second annual PRINCE BORN DAY PURPLE PEOPLE PARTY” from noon to 6 p.m. at Restoration Plaza on Herkimer Street.
The afrofuturistic hip-hop duo Shabazz Palaces has announced the release of not one but two albums after their 2014 full-length debut album, “Lese Majesty.”
Maysa Leak and her soulful DNA
Lauryn Hill and Nas are ready to rule the world.
Narrowly focused on the last few years of his life, "Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland" labors to humanize the King of Pop, acknowledging eccentricities but portraying him as an object of sympathy.
TechCrunch Disrupt NY hosted their first private concert at the Webster Hall in Manhattan on Wednesday, May 17. Megastar Jidenna and Local Natives performed from 8 p.m. to 11pm.
The 2017 Billboard Music Awards were held Sunday in Las Vegas and oh what a night.
Vocalist and frontman for The Purple Xperience, Marshall Charloff, was a teenager when he first met Prince. Little did he know that 30 years later he would perform as Prince in The Purple Xperience, a tribute act fostered by Matt ...
For many longtime fans, the most difficult thing to accept about Prince’s untimely passing was the prospect of never attending another live concert by the artist.
I spoke on the phone with Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda protégé and spiritual student Surya Botofasina about how Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda touched his life as his guru and musical teacher.
Akua Dixon held court at Sistas’ Place last night. I am not one of those folks for whom the word queen comes naturally in addressing my sisters, but truly Dixon reigns supreme in the accomplishment of her craft.
Human nature is a little twisted sometimes, especially when love is involved. Case in point: Imagine if you are in a 20-plus year friendship.
Experimental producer and hip-hop artist Gonjasufi recently released “The Mandela Effect,” a remix album full of interpretations from notable Black artists such as Moor Mother, Shabazz Palaces and King Britt.