Top tier talents in music assembled to pay homage to the legendary Stevie Wonder at Songs in the Key of Life – An All-Star Salute, which aired Monday night (Feb. 16) on CBS.
Before addressing the civil unrest gripping Ferguson, President Barack Obama addressed 18 notable civilians who were receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Last night, Big Boi delivered the final song from his “Mash-Up Mondays” series, and if anything’s clear, it’s that the legend’s musical knowledge is vast and eclectic. The close-out track is titled “Part Time Hater,” featuring KiD CuDi and Stevie Wonder.
While one Hip-Hop artist (that would be Kendrick Lamar) wasn’t winning any trophies last night, another who donned a massive hat (that would be Pharrell Williams) was racking them up. A bunch of the “Happy” producer’s Grammys came thanks to his work with Daft Punk, and he performed “Get Lucky” with the French duo, Nile […]
For the most part R&B singers stay in a lane that is different from their Rap counterparts when it comes to style (as for the law, not so much). Nevertheless some of your favorite crooners are looking crazy out in these streets and award shows.
The passing of iconic South African anti-apartheid activist and revolutionary leader Nelson Mandela has shaken the entire globe.