Black Music Month

Black Music Month

Juneteenth celebrates the end to slavery in the United States and is considered the longest-running African American holiday. On June 17, 2021, it officially became a federal holiday.  Check out the many Juneteenth celebrations in Dallas,Ft. Worth  in your official map to being OUTSIDE!    

News

Although Will Smith is the hot topic after slapping actor Chris Rock  in front of millions of people at the 94th Annual Academy Awards; we can’t help but to acknowledge smith’s heroic speech following his first Oscar Award for Best Actor in  film ‘King Richard’ for the first time. RELATED:Here’s What You Don’t Know About […]

Black History Month: How It Started v.s. How It's Going

Sports

Texas native and USA Gymnast Simone Biles announced her withdrawal from the Tokyo Olympics due to medical reasons according to an announcement made by USA  Gymnastics. https://twitter.com/USAGym/status/1419992728352526339 RELATED:Simone Biles Out of Olympic Gymnastics Competition Despite Biles’s non-participation, she displayed an incredible amount of sportsmanship and support cheering on her teammates. The official reason why she […]

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“Wind Me Up Chuck” and get ready to Bust Loose or beat ya feet to the history of Go-Go music; how it started vs how it’s going.

Black Music Month

USA Track and Field Officials announce final decision to not include American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson in the U.S. women’s 4×100-meter relay team in Tokyo on Tuesday leaving her off of the roster. https://twitter.com/TheTylerDragon/status/1412538691743105026 Richardson, the top American sprinter in the women’s 100 meters, lost her individual spot on the U.S. team on July 2 after […]

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Houston has a slowed concoction of taking something which already exists and mutating it into something totally different. New sound, new emotions, new feelings.

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Philly soul is unmatched and Black Music Month presents the perfect time to shed light on its origin and impact.

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Unlike the philosophical dilemma, what came first the chicken or the egg, in the music world there is a clear-cut answer, before there was Hip Hop there was Funk and one can make the argument that the road to Funk went through Ohio.

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Trap music has taken over has Hip Hop’s mainstream sound. In commercials, in movies, and even in Television shows, Trap Music is everywhere

We decided to get a bit creative for Black Music Month with 10 fictional Black musicians from movies and TV that we love. The post 10 Fictional Black Musicians We Love appeared first on Black America Web.

Gospel music is defined as a genre of American Protestant music, rooted in the religious revivals of the 19th century, which developed in different directions within the white (European American) and Black (African American) communities of the United States