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Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy An Oklahoma country radio station’s initial decision to not play Beyoncé‘s new country single, “Texas Hold ‘Em,” has changed thanks to her fans. A fan named Justin took to X, formerly known as Twitter, on Wednesday to share the response he received from his local station KYKC after requesting the song via email. […]

Credit: Fool in Love Festival/Live Nation/Redrock Entertainment Lionel Richie and Diana Ross, who had a #1 hit together with 1981’s “Endless Love,” are set to team up again for a brand new love-themed festival coming to the Los Angeles area.  The two superstars are set to headline the inaugural Fool in Love festival, happening August 31 in Hollywood […]

On this day in Black history, February 12: — In 1865, Henry Highland Garnet became the first Black person to speak in the U.S. Capitol, delivering a sermon to the U.S. House of Representatives on the abolition of slavery.  — In 1898, educator Booker T. Washington gave his “Madison Square Garden address” in New York City. In his speech, […]

CMG/Interscope Records GloRilla made her return to music Friday with the release of her new song “Yeah Glo!” and its music video. The visual follows Glo, who’s flexing in a luxury car with lots of money, as she visits past versions of herself — including when she was a child, a fast-food worker and when she spent time in jail. […]

FOX via Getty Images Months after a wax depiction of The Rock at a French museum drew fire from fans — and required personal consultation from Dwayne Johnson — a Madame Tussauds wax figure of Beyoncé is getting shade for reportedly looking like everyone except Queen Bey. However, for the record, Leah Remini loves it. […]

From a new gospel album to the return of hip-hop greats and a ladies anthem, check out this week’s New Music Friday for the culture’s latest and greatest in music. Koryn Hawthorne, On God — The former The Voice finalist released her third studio album, one she says has been two years-in-the-making.  Fivio Foreign, Pain & Love 2 — It’s the […]

mega/gamma Usher‘s ninth studio album, Coming Home, has finally arrived.  The 20-track project includes appearances by H.E.R., The-Dream, Summer Walker, 21 Savage and Latto, with a title song featuring Burna Boy. It also follows the release of the #6 track, “Ruin,” and its matching music video featuring Nigerian artist Pheelz.  Coming Home comes after a 2023 that saw Usher’s well-attended My Way Las Vegas residency go viral — and kicks off an action-packed 2024 with an upcoming headlining […]

ABC/Michael Le Brecht II Lola Brooke has released her latest single, a tribute to rappers who have died called “God Bless All the Rappers.” On the new track, the New York native makes mention of a few rap artists who were victims of gun violence, including Pop Smoke and PnB Rock.  In one of the verses Lola raps, “How could you kill Chinx Drugz, King […]

Mike Coppola/WireImage Henry Lee Fambrough, the last surviving founding member of R&B group The Spinners, passed away Wednesday, the band’s rep Tanisha Lynn Jackson confirms to ABC Audio. Fambrough died at his home in Virginia at the age of 85. Fambrough formed The Spinners in 1954 with Pervis Jackson, Billy Henderson, Bobby Smith and C.P. Spencer. Known for his baritone vocals and handlebar mustache, Fambrough […]

CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images It’s been 50 years since the iconic TV sitcom Good Times first aired on CBS, and this weekend, TV One is celebrating with a three-day marathon.  Starting Friday, February 9, at 8 p.m. ET and continuing through Sunday, February 11, the network will air Good Times 50 Still Golden, an exclusively curated event featuring special content […]

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