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Original post by Vibe.com The singer is known for her hits such as “Something Special” and “Old Times Sake.” Singer Ceybil Jefferies who found success in genres like house music and R&B in the 1990s with hits like “So Special” and “Old Times Sake,” has passed away after being diagnosed with coronavirus. Born Sybil Jefferies, the […]

Please join the Nuvision Radio Network in celebrating Teena Marie’s musical legacy and revisit audio & video highlights from her career below! Born: March 5, 1956Died: December 26, 2010 Biography: No white artist sang R&B more convincingly than Teena Marie, whose big, robust vocals were so black-sounding that when she was starting out, some listeners […]

Original Post by CNN All Spike Lee wants is to use the employee entrance at Madison Square Garden. Really, it’s all he knows.A long time New York Knicks superfan, filmmaker Lee has been using it for 28 years, he explained this morning on ESPN. But suddenly, at last night’s game, they wouldn’t let him — […]

Original post by MSN Pop Smoke, the rising New York rapper whose gruff-voiced style made fans of stars like Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, was shot and killed in Los Angeles on Wednesday. A spokesperson for the LAPD confirmed the rapper’s death to Rolling Stone. The Los Angeles police responded to an emergency call at 4:20 […]

Nick Gordon, the former boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown, has died three years after he was found liable for her death.Gordon’s attorney, Joe Habachy, confirmed his death to CNN but did not provide details on the cause. He was 30.”My heart is heavy today after learning that my long time client Nick Gordon died … […]

Original post from the Source After 25 years, legendary radio host Tom Joyner has retired, ending his show on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. The career of “The Fly Jock” has wrapped with the Tom Joyner Morning Show ending its run after being available in over 105 markets across the country and bringing in 8 million listeners, according […]

Original post by CBS News Hollywood, Florida – Radio giant Tom Joyner is signing off Friday after a legendary career. The 70-year-old is the host of America’s No. 1 syndicated urban morning show, “The Tom Joyner Morning Show,” which airs in more than 105 markets nationwide and reaches nearly eight million listeners. Joyner keeps his listeners […]

As the legendary actor returns to Star Wars, he talks about his masculine and feminine sides, the legacy of Lando, and how after 82 years he’s never lost his style. MATT MILLER AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY AARON RICHTER Billy Dee Williams’s guide to being cool involves one simple step: “Be yourself.” He tells me this while sipping a […]

SUMMER EVANS • NOV 26, 2019 John Driskell Hopkins wears many hats. He’s the co-founder, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist of the Zac Brown Band. Around this time of year, he likes to wear a red hat with a fuzzy white ball. Hopkins stopped by last week to tell “City Lights” about his third holiday album, “Our Finest Gifts.” “This album […]

In the new movie Atlantics, a group of young men set off on a boat for Spain from the coast of Senegal. They’re fed up with their lives, and have made the fateful — and fatal — decision to sail to Europe. But Atlantics, which won the Grand Prix at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and coming […]

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