Just think, without Ella Fitzgerald, the first African American woman to win a Grammy Award, it may not have been possible for Beyonce to win 20 of those prestigious awards. In honor of Black History Month, peep our gallery for a look at in 10 Music Milestones From Great Black Artists.
Ever since Lifetime received a tidal wave of criticism for their Aaliyah biopic, all eyes were on the network’s second biopic on the late and beloved pop icon Whitney Houston. The television movie, simply titled ‘Whitney,’ finally premiered on Saturday (Jan. 17).
It's one thing to do a cover song and it's quite another to take on the gigantic feat of covering a Whitney Houston song. Philadelphia native Jazmine Sullivan takes on the lofty challenge with her rendition of the singer's classic 'I Have Nothing.'
It seems the smoke is still clearing at the Lifetime network, after the horrible reviews its Aaliyah biopic received, but that didn't stop executives from rolling out the trailer for their next TV biopic, 'Whitney,' which documents the career of the late R&B icon Whitney Houston.