Black Music Month

As we celebrate Black Music Month, it’s crucial to connect the pioneering voices of the past with the dynamic artists of today. Lucille Bogan, the raw and unfiltered blues singer of the early 20th century, and Sexyy Red, the unapologetic raw rapper of our time, exemplify a powerful lineage of Black female artists who challenge […] The post Lucille Bogan and Sexyy Red: Black Music’s Brave Evolution Towards Unapologetic Expression appeared first on Black America Web.

Harmonizing Legacies: The Resonant Influence of Gospel Music Families Families singing in gospel music is a tradition that spans generations and has played a significant role in shaping the genre’s rich history. Contemporary groups like the Winans and the Clark Sisters have a harmony that is a defining feature of gospel music, adding depth, emotion, […] The post Harmonizing Legacies: The Resonant Influence of Gospel Music Families appeared first on Black America Web.

From his public battle with Warner Bros. to working with (and against) the internet, Prince has changed the way artists look at the music industry. The post Black Music Month: How Prince Navigated The Music Industry His Way appeared first on Black America Web.

Our weekly ‘What To Watch’ TV list celebrates Black Music Month with our favorite musical guests on these popular Black sitcoms. Watch inside.

Black music has influenced advertisers’ campaigns for decades. Understanding the value that these artists have in connection to pop culture and what their core audience is consuming, companies find it in their best interest to have these figures be ambassadors for their brands. [RELATED]:15 Best Celebrity Brand Partnerships According to northwestern.edu, this heightened attention to […] The post Black Music Month: Top 20 Black Music Commercials appeared first on Black America Web.

Black music artists have played a significant role in the film world for decades. We compiled a list of the 40 best film performances from Black artists. The post Black Music Month: Top 40 All-Time Black Music Artists in the Film Industry appeared first on Black America Web.

While having an intricate journey, Black Music broke barriers in order to be heard and bring such value to the art form. The post Black Music Month: First Black Musician to Ever…. appeared first on Black America Web.

To honor Black Music Month, here are some of the artists that, unbeknownst to a lot of us, have ties to North Carolina.

June is Black Music Month and NPR has announced an iconic lineup to be featured on Tiny Desk this month. The post NPR Tiny Desk Reveals It’s Black Music Month 2024 Featured Artists appeared first on Black America Web.

Black America Web celebrates Black Music Month by saluting influential icons in the music industry The post Black Music Month: Influential Icons appeared first on Black America Web.

On what marks the day we lost the King of Pop, late music icon Michael Jackson, the Black America Web crew decided to pay him a special tribute for Black Music Month by celebrating MJ's legendary dance moves from of his unforgettable music videos. The post The Way He Moves: Michael Jackson’s 5 Best Dance Music Videos appeared first on Black America Web.

Right in the heat of the summer, former President Barack Obama shares some of his favorite songs that him keep him cool…literally. The playlist features major hip-hop artists like 2Pac, 21 Savage, Nicki Minaj, and Babyface Ray! He also lists some OG artists like Janet Jackson and Otis Redding’s “Sittin on the Dock of the […] The post Obama’s Summer Playlist: Drake, Money Man, Ice Spice, and More appeared first on 97.9 The Beat.