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Black Music Milestones
Black Music Milestones
Music plays an integral role in our lives, but, at times we take for granted the moments that uniquely changed the game. From the first time Michael Jackson moonwalked for the American public to the day five guys from Compton, Calif. got together to form the world's most dangerous group, here are our top 20 black music milestones...
Lil Wayne, Kanye and Drake Bring Hip-Hop Presence to ‘We Are the World’ Remake
Lil Wayne, Kanye and Drake Bring Hip-Hop Presence to ‘We Are the World’ Remake
According to early reports, rappers Lil Wayne, Kanye West, LL Cool J and Snoop Dogg have been picked to contribute to the remake of the 1985 world peace anthem, 'We Are the World.' On Monday, more than eighty of today's biggest star's gathered at the Jim Henson Studio and Soundstage in Hollywood, the site of the original 'We Are the World' recording...
Jennifer Hudson, John Legend to Perform at the White House
Jennifer Hudson, John Legend to Perform at the White House
Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, Smokey Robinson and Natalie Cole are among the A-list musicians slated to perform at the White House's first musical production of 2010. The February concert, officially titled "In Performance at the White House: A Celebration of Music From the Civil Rights Movement," will be a part of the White House's Black History Month festivities, and hosted by Presiden
Quincy Jones, Lionel Richie Remaking ‘We Are the World’ to Benefit Haiti
Quincy Jones, Lionel Richie Remaking ‘We Are the World’ to Benefit Haiti
Legendary producer Quincy Jones is set to remake his 1985 hit 'We Are the World,' to benefit earthquake victims in Haiti. Jones will team with the song's original co-writer, Lionel Richie, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the record. According to Billboard, Jones has commissioned the help of big name performers like Usher, Natalie Cole and John Legend, and will record the single Feb... Read
Stevie Wonder Wanted a Song on Robin Thicke’s ‘Sex Therapy’
Stevie Wonder Wanted a Song on Robin Thicke’s ‘Sex Therapy’
Blue-eyed soul singer Robin Thicke appeared alongside soul legend Stevie Wonder on comedian Steve Harvey's radio show last week to discuss his most recent album, 'Sex Therapy.' Thicke began by explaining that he had initially planned a "soul classics" album, recording covers of songs by Marvin Gaye, Stevie, and Terence Trent D'Arby, and he and Stevie broke into a rendition of D'arby's '