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Music Musings: Sounding Off for the Super Bowl

Music Musings: Sounding Off for the Super Bowl

  by Angel Lenise

Hats off to you, Bruno Mars. We didn’t think you’d be able to follow last year’s Beyoncé-bowl, but you undoubtedly did the Super Bowl justice. Metallic Saint Laurent blazer, Red Hot Chili Peppers cameo, perfect pompadour, and [...]

Tags: Patti LaBelle, Aerosmith, Angel Lenise, Beyonce, bruno mars, Diana Ross, gloria estefan, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, music musings, N Sync, Nelly, No Doubt, Phil Collins, playlist, prince, Shania Twain, super bowl, Super Bowl Halftime Show, Super Bowl XLVIII, The Blues Brothers, The Rolling Stones, tina turner, u2
Queen Latifah, Venus Williams, and Others to Show That Black Girls Rock

Queen Latifah, Venus Williams, and Others to Show That Black Girls Rock

  by Valis Vicenty

  For the fourth year, Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King are back on BET to celebrate the power of black women. Black Girls Rock, which was founded by Beverly Bond, and the awards special pay homage to renowned black women who have [...]

Tags: Patti LaBelle, ameena matthews, BET, beverly bond, Black Girls Rock, black girls rock awards, mara brock akil, marian wright edelman, mist copeland, queen latifah, regina King, Tracee Ellis Ross, Venus Williams
Music Musings: Soundtrack Superbowl Sunday with Beyonce, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, and More

Music Musings: Soundtrack Superbowl Sunday with Beyonce, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, and More

  by Angel Lenise

Are you ready for some football?! Well, that makes two of us — at least when it comes to Superbowl Sunday and the halftime spectacular that reels us in year, after year, after year. In just five days, we're in for another Superbowl [...]

Tags: Patti LaBelle, Aerosmith, Beyonce, Diana Ross, gwen stefani, James Brown, Janet Jackson, justin timberlake, Madonna, Michael Jackson, music musings, n'sync, nicki minaj, No Doubt, Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, prince, superbowl, Superbowl Playlist, Superbowl Soundtrack, the black eyed peas, The Blues Brothers, The Rolling Stones, u2, Usher