Black Music Month

A few of our favorite album sequels in Black music history, plus 5 that we're holding out hope on. The post 10 Best Album Sequels By Black Musicians…And 5 That Need To Be Made! appeared first on Black America Web.

The legendary Notorious B.I.G also known as Biggie or Biggie Smalls, was one of the most important rappers of hip hop history. Although he tragically was assassinated in 1997, his impact on the rap community stil affects us today. 30 years ago, Biggie released Party and Bullshit which was a hit and still is to […]

In Celebration of Black Music Month, she spoke on how Black Music Month was founded and the moment it was presidentially proclaimed.

Some fashion staples will simply always be associated with the musician who initially rocked it. The post 15 Most Defining Fashion Statements In Black Music History appeared first on Black America Web.

I‘ll Be Missing You is a heartfelt tribute song released in 1997 by Puff Daddy (now known as Diddy) and Faith Evans. The track was dedicated to the memory of Christopher Wallace, known as The Notorious B.I.G., who was tragically killed earlier that year in March. With its strong lyrics and emotional melody, the song […]

The Grammy-nominated rapper and more celebrities attended D'USSE Cognac's annual event series to celebrate Hip Hop's 50th anniversary and the women who have contributed to its success!

Are you feeling Pharrell's latest turn to gospel music? The post Praise Him? Fans React To Pharrell’s New Gospel Song “JOY (Unspeakable)” appeared first on Black America Web.

When Nelly released “Country Grammar” it marked a significant milestone in the world of hip-hop and popular music. Released on June 27, 2000, the album showcased a unique blend of rap and catchy melodies, solidifying Nelly as an important figure in the music industry. “Country Grammar” was Nelly’s debut studio album and became a massive […]

In honor of national sunglasses day, we put together a list of artists who we feel are inseparable from their shades!

Da Real World is the second studio album by the iconic rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer, Missy Elliott. It was released on June 22, 1999, following the success of her debut album, “Supa Dupa Fly.” The album showcased Missy Elliott’s unique and innovative approach to hip-hop, solidifying her status as a groundbreaking artist in the […]

Don’t Sweat The Technique is the fourth and final studio album by the hip-hop duo Eric B. & Rakim. It was released on June 23, 1992, and is considered a classic in the genre. The album is known for its innovative production, intricate rhyme schemes, and thought-provoking lyrics, which solidified Eric B. & Rakim’s reputation […]

Could you imagine Janet having a hit with "How Will I Know" instead of Whitney? Almost happened, along with a few others! The post Soft Pass? 10 Hit Songs By Black Musicians That Almost Belonged To Another Artist appeared first on Black America Web.