The new album will include six previously unreleased tracks, chronicling the music icon's journey through gospel music.
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 […]
Remember Tracey Lee? The rapper came on the scene in 1997 with the club classic “The Theme (It’s Party Time).” He even had a cameo from Biggie on the song “Keep Your Hands High.” But where is Tracey Lee now?
Now that almost every MC is altering their voice using the latest studio equipment, The Urban Daily is paying tribute to 10 MCs whose real voices are as critical to their success as their lyrics.
Forbes put out their list of the wealthiest people in Hip-Hop this week. Can you guess who made the list? 5 & 4: 50 Cent & Bryan “Birdman” Williams The top five starts out with a tie between G-Unit superstar 50 Cent and Cash Money mogul Birdman aka Baby at $100 million. 50 Cent made […]
Of course one of Hip-Hop music’s greatest break beats is a jazz record. “Take Me to the Mardi Gras” by Bob James originally appeared on the jazz fusion artist’s album Two, released in 1975. A pianist arranger and producer, James has numerous records in his catalog that have been raided by producers over the years, […]
Michael Jackson left behind an incredible amount of music, a lot of it not really known by the masses.
With the increasing number of films aimed towards black audiences in the early 1970s, filmmakers realized that they couldn’t turn to Henry Mancini to provide the musical backdrops for these movies.
After more than a month of voting and sitcom upsets such as The Jeffersons and Good Times being voted out of the competition, we’re happy to announce the two Finalists in our Greatest Sitcom of All Time Competition: The Cosby Show and Martin. See Greatest Black Sitcom Bracket Challenge It was an easy road for […]