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How Natalie Cole Did More Than Your Favorite Singer
At first she was billed as the next Aretha, but Cole didn't let that pressure bust her pipes. Inste...


David Bowie: The Whitest 'Black' Artist
David Bowie had soul....


Kendrick Lamar Leads 2016 Grammy Nominations With 11
The Weeknd also racks up five nods as hip hop/R&B is all over the 2016 Grammy noms list....


Ace Cosgrove: I'm Not Worried About Making Songs for the Radio
Ace Cosgrove speaks on his change of sound...


Amy Winehouse's First Manager, Nick Shymansky: ‘Amy Was Never Looking for Fame’
The documentary on the singer’s life is in theaters now....


Kevin Hart, Kanye West and Laverne Cox Included in Time 's 100 Most Influential People List
Plus, President Barack Obama, Lee Daniels and Audra McDonald....


Amy Movie Review: Amy Winehouse Doc Is Haunting and Unforgettable
Asif Kapadia's film on the late singer does not disappoint....


Review: "After Midnight" on Broadway
Old school Harlem is revitalized in the elegant After Midnight, which opened at the Brooks Atkinson...


Casting News: New Roles for Yaya Alafia, Chiwetel Ejiofor
The Butler star joins jazz biopic Bolden....


This Day in Black History: Feb. 15, 1965
Nat King Cole lost his battle with lung cancer on Feb. 15, 1965....


Noah Stewart Looking to Revive the Harlem Renaissance
Opera singer adds modern twist to community's nostalgic era....


The Warm Up: Drake Is on Vacation and Under Fire... Again
Keeping you informed on the latest news in music, celeb and pop culture....


This Day in Black History: March 17, 1919
Musician and television host Nat King Cole was born in Montgomery, Alabama, on March 17, 1919....


This Day in Black History: Sept. 1, 1977
Blues, gospel and jazz vocalist and actress Ethel Waters died on Sept. 1, 1977....


Spike's Pop-Up Shop Is a Success
The director combined film and fashion over the weekend....


12 Years a Slave Earns Seven Golden Globes Nominations, The Butler Snubbed
Idris Elba, Kerry Washington also nominated; SAG Awards recognize Oprah Winfrey....


This Day in Black History: June 28, 1986
Hugh Masekela and Sade performed an anti-apartheid concert in London on June 28, 1986....


Grammys Add Three Categories, Including Best Urban Contemporary Album
A year after totally revamping nominations, the Recording Academy makes a slight tweak....


Nas Stars in Gap Holiday Ad Campaign With His Father
The pair will be part of the "Love Comes in Every Shade" campaign....


J. Cole Compares "Power Trip" to Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River"
The Roc Nation MC discusses the origins of his new single....

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