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Snoop Dogg Goes from Gangsta to Gospel on New Album, “Bible of Love”
On his new album, legendary rapper, Snoop Dogg will deliver songs that are less gangsta and more godly. Bible of Love is Snoop’s 16thalbum and his first–ever gospel project. “As the country is in one of its heaviest times and is so divided, I wanted to make an album that spreads love... Read more
Black Panther Behind The Scenes Photos and Fun Facts
Marvel Studios Black Panther broke many records in it’s opening weekend. This film is a certified smash and is the highest rated superhero movie on Rotten Tomatoes (97%). Here are a few behind the scenes photos and fun facts about the film. An important part of the Black Panther... Read more
Conversations With: Singer Howard Hewett
Singer Howard Hewett has been performing since he was a youngster. In late 1978, he joined with Jeffery Daniels and Jody Watley and became the lead singer for the highly successful R&B group Shalamar. The group spent more than five years together recording popular hits and traveling the world.... Read more
Marvel Studios’ Black Panther Movie Review
Whether they intended to or not, Director Ryan Coogler (Fruitville Station and Creed) and the entire cast of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther have created a film that is much more than a superhero movie, it is a movement. African-Americans have been planning for months to secure their African-themed outfit to wear... Read more
Mocha Man Style Music: Sha Davis & The 1990s Perform “Runnin’ (Lose It All)” at Cafeza in Houston, TX
Sha Davis and The 1990s is an alternative R&B band that uses live vocals, instrument loopers, and other equipment to create an echoed and hauntingly full cinematic sound. Watch this video of their live performance at Cafeza in Houston, TX.  Vist our YouTube Channel to see more live performances. Tweet... Read more
Academy Award Winner Geoffrey Fletcher to Write Screenplay for Remake of “The Housemaid”
A remake of Vietnam’s highest grossing horror film of all time, The Housemaid, has been greenlit by CJ Entertainment, and Geoffrey Fletcher will write the adapted screenplay. The original film, released in 2016, explored racial and social themes through the genre of horror. The remake will stay true to this... Read more
Jackie Venson Rocks Out in Chicago
Jackie Venson is a musical powerhouse. Just listen to her vocals and fiery guitar playing and you will agree. Venson is currently on tour and stopped by WGNTV in Chicago for a live performance.  If you want to see Venson in concert, here is a list of her... Read more
How Black Panther Went from the Page to the Screen
Black Panther is one of the most interesting characters in the Marvel Universe. First appearing in Fantastic Four #52 (July 1966), Black Panther is the first black superhero in mainstream American comic books. Not only is Black Panther a superhero, but he is also the king of the African nation,... Read more
Pam Grier Hosts Leading Ladies Takeover Triple Feature on Bounce
On Saturday, January 6th, legendary actress Pam Grier will host an evening of action-oriented, women-kicking-butt movies on Bounce in anticipation of the new motion picture Proud Mary, starring Taraji P. Henson.  Bounce’s Leading Ladies Takeover kicks off at 9:00 p.m. with Baby Boy, starring Henson in her big screen debut. Jennifer Lopez, as a U.S. Marshall, in Out... Read more
Anita Baker Makes 2018 Great with Farewell Concert Series
Last year, Anita Baker announced her retirement from the music business. After 30 years in the game, eight Grammy Awards, seven albums and six world tours, it was well-deserved. However, as a fan, I was deeply saddened by the news. Baker’s music will always have a special place in... Read more