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Motown Record Company, the first large Black-owned music company in America, was founded on Dec. 14, 1959.
Berry Gordy, founder of Motown Records, receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Oct. 24, 1996.
Berry Gordy is precisely "what extraordinary looks like." As a music industry pioneer and titan, the Detroit-born mogul is the mastermind behind the legendary Motown Records. Here is how he made it! Watch!
The iconic singer helps us remember why we’ll always love his sweet, smooth tone when he pays homage to Berry Gordy.
Washington, D.C., singer talks new EP, learning from Maxwell and Ne-Yo.
"She was a star in her own right," Berry Gordy says.
Marvin Gaye's ex-wife and songwriting partner passed away from natural causes.
Music mogul Berry Gordy Jr. was born in Detroit on Nov. 28, 1929.
The singer channels Diana Ross with a performance to honor Berry Gordy and the phenomenal legacy of Motown Records.
Ever wonder how this man’s extraordinary vision came to fruition? Wonder no more!