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Maurette Brown Clark calls in to talk about the inspiration behind this upbeat track and what to expect from her upcoming project!
As he prepares to release a new R&B album, the Grammy-nominated singer opens up about his departure from Maverick City Music last year.
The Grammy-winning entertainer shares the emotional journey to learning the truth about his biological father while recording his 13th album.
The 9x Stellar Award winner talks about honoring Black culture and the history of Black music as a part of his ministry.
Family! I woke up this morning I thought about what my trainer use to say to me all the time. He said, “Everybody wants to be a boss until they learn what bosses have to do.” Bosses don’t just happen over night, it takes hard work! I’m encouraging you today to have laser focus because […]
Some of the best songs are not born of one mind, but instead result from the collaboration of great artists. In 1984 Zapp And Roger’s “Computer Love” was a top 10 Billboard hit featuring Charlie Wilson and Shirley Murdock. In this interview for TheUrbandaily.com Uncle Charlie tells the hilarious story of Roger coming to his […]
Michael Jackson‘s much-talked about collaborations with Freddie Mercury of the British rock band Queen are finally being released. Jackson & Mercury teamed up in the early 80s to record three demos that will be finished by the surviving members of Queen.
It’s hard to argue that Prince is one of the most talented and versatile musicians to ever set foot in a recording studio. Since 1978, he’s released over 30 albums, had dozens of hit singles, a few movies, and sold out concert venues from his hometown of Minneapolis to Japan.
If you’re in the entertainment business, in any fashion, it’s safe to say Quincy Jones has had some influence on you. From creating some of the most memorable music in history to founding one of hip hop’s most loved magazines, Quincy Jones has done it all. WBW: Samples of History: Hip-Hop Mines Afrobeat In celebration […]