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  Here are 8 great gospel songs by Whitney Houston for you to enjoy. I Look to You The album, “I Look to You,” released in 2009, was the last album that the late Whitney Houston would ever produce and it was fitting that she would sing, “As I lay me down. Heaven hear me […]

Marvin Gaye was one of the most alluring R&B and soul artist of all time.  Most wouldn’t argue with us when we say Gaye was a musical genius but much of him remains a mystery.  Who was the man behind the music?  What were he thoughts? We know Gaye struggled with depression, fame and even […]

 RCA Inspiration celebrates multiple nominations across all top Gospel categories for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, with six total nominations for chart-toppers Kirk Franklin (Fo Yo Soul/RCA)and Travis Greene.  With Billboard Music Awards nominations culled from numerous measurements tracked by Billboard and its data partners, Franklin and Greene garner three nominations each, across all three […]

Grammy award winning singer India Arie is featured on the season finale of Centric’s BEING, a docuseries that follows the lives of prominent black women through struggle and perseverance. Does she reveal anything that may shock fans? “I feel like most of us have stuff in our childhood, but someone tried to kill my mother.” […]

LaPorsha Renae is most known for her stint on the final season of American Idol. While the Louisiana didn’t win the final prize, second place hasn’t been so bad. The 23-year-old is now signed to Motown, has hit the stage with another Idol alum and is on the road promoting her single, Good Woman. https://www.instagram.com/p/BSARTX0FCIr/?taken-by=laporsharenae&hl=en The […]

Motown recording artist Kevin Ross is fresh off of a successful tour with Ro James and the young musician is already done more than a traditional new artist. He talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about his start in music and performing on the 2017 Fantastic Voyage presented by Ford next month. “I’ve been writing and […]

Music. Like the O’Jays, I love it, and so do most of us. It’s around when times are good and bad, during celebratory moments and achingly sad ones. When our favorite artists depart this earth for the next dimension, we’re heartbroken as they’ve been such an integral part of our lives. At one point, listening […]

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards aired last Sunday and the ceremony had its shares of ups and downs. Some fans are miffed that despite being up for a leading nine awards, Beyoncè only walked away with one trophy which moved her up in Grammy history nonetheless. Already the most-nominated woman in the award ceremony’s history, […]

Beyonce’s little sis, Solange, herself a Grammy winner Sunday night for her song “Cranes In The Sky” from A Seat At the Table, has weighed in on her sister’s Grammy snub. She says that it’s not just about Beyoncè, but about the continuous oversight of Black Grammy artists in the four major categories, including Album […]

The legendary Buddy Guy talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about The 2017 Experience Hendrix Tour kicking off Friday, February 17th, performing at the age of 80 and his friendship with Muddy Waters. On his relationship with Muddy Waters: “That guy was amazing, he was so creative.” Favorite feeling he gets while on stage: “We have so […]

2/13/17- Over the weekend the world lost Jazz great, Al Jarreau. Listen to the TJMS pay tribute to the iconic artist and musician. What was your favorite Al Jarreau song?

The biggest and best in music will come together to be celebrated at the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, at Staples Center in Los Angeles. The live broadcast of the show will begin at 5 p.m. PT. on CBS (with a preshow set for 4:30 p.m. PT). James Corden, host of The […]