Black Music Month

Ginuwine is a Washington, DC-based contemporary soul artist who released his debut album, “Ginuwine: The Bachelor” on 8th Oct 1996 to great acclaim. It had hit song “Pony”. 100% Ginuwine followed on 16 March 1999 generating the hits “So Anxious”, ” None Of Ur Friends Business”, and “Same Ol G”. His third album, ‘Life’, was […]

Baltimore-bred Paula Campbell is a rising R & B star. She has worked with famous writers and producers including Ne-Yo, Warren Campbell and Troy Oliver. Campbell was raised on the West Side of Baltimore and attended Frederick Douglass High School. She took singing lessons as a teenager and sang in vocal groups with Tamar Braxton and Blu Cantrell. Her participation […]

Tank, born Darrell Babbs, is an r&b singer, songwriter and producer. Although born in Milwaukee, he was raised in Clinton, Md. Did you know that Tank was an athlete but chose to follow his passion for music? He sang background for and went on tour with Ginuwine. In 2001, he released his debut album, Force Of Nature, which […]

From WhiteHouse.gov: Music can tell a story, assuage our sorrows, provide blessing and redemption, and express a soul’s sublime and powerful beauty. It inspires us…

Ella Jane Fitzgerald, also known as “The First Lady of Song,” was born on April 25, 1917 in Newport News, Virginia. The legendary jazz and song vocalist was considered by some to be the greatest songstress to ever live. With a voice that ranged from three octaves, “Lady Ella” brought an entirely different sound to […]

June is Black Music Month, so to celebrate we took a trip down memory lane to bring you 10 of the greatest music movies/ biopics ever made.