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    Mosno Al-Moseeki Bridges the Gap Between East and West with Latest Album

    Refusing to be placed in any category, Mosno Al-Moseeki is a master of effortlessly commanding the stage and the mind. Taking listeners around the globe and back through his music, the Sudanese artist can’t...

    Carl Thomas ‘Conquers’ It All

    With timeless ballads such as “Emotional” and “Summer Rain,” R&B crooner Carl Thomas can easily be classified as a staple in modern R&B. His 1999 debut album on Bad Boy Records spawned a bevy...

    The Next Male Heavy Weight of Soul?

    R&B’s teddy bear Ruben Studdard, is gunning to be the next Luther Vandross with his fifth album dropping this January. “This is the first opportunity I had to really be in complete control of...

    Roc Stea'D: Old Concept, New Approach

    It looks like music is getting a new R&B and Hip-Hop duo. Detroit’s own “Roc” lyricist Brittany Elliott and “Stea’D” vocalist Jessica Lamarre are LIVE Record Label’s debut duo, Roc Stea’D. Music lovers have witnessed...

    Songstress Syleena Johnson is Back With the Next Chapter

    With her signature raspy powerful vocals, Syleena Johnson has been R&B's best kept secret for over a decade. The Chicago native was introduced to music at an early age through her father, 1970s soul singer...

    AFRO Interview: Grammy-nominated R&B Artist Emily King Releases ‘Seven’

    R&B artist Emily King proves that being dropped from a major label doesn’t necessarily mean failure, just fuel for more success. As an independent artist, the New York native may garner more Grammy nods for...

    Patrick Cooper Takes It Back to ‘The Way It Used To Be’

    Reminiscent of a time when music expressed raw emotion and exposed the soul, Patrick Cooper’s The Way It Used To Be is a treat not to be missed. The album, released on July 12,...

    Neo-Soul Artist Goapele Makes a Comeback

    After drifting away from the game for a while, neo-soul artist Goapele is back, sporting a new radiant hairdo and a new attitude toward life. Even without her usual locs and denim style, the songstress...

    AFRO Interview: R&B Soulful Artist Algebra Works On Second Album

    R&B solo artist Algebra released her latest album, “Purpose,” in 2008, and gained Billboard success. The Atlanta native has worked with Anthony David, Anthony Hamilton and Musiq and opened for neo-soul artists Common, Life...

    Feeling the Groove at the 44th Hampton Jazz Festival

    This past weekend music lovers from all across the region converged in Hampton, VA for the 44th annual Hampton Jazz Festival, featuring an all-star lineup of established artists. The festival is traditionally held...

    A Family Affair: BeBe and CeCe Winans join Mary Mary in concert

    There is certainly an undeniable bond that exists between brothers and sisters, especially when an opportunity presents itself to share in a larger-than-life experience. Beloved brother and sister duo BeBe and CeCe Winans and the...

    Guitarist of Legendary Go-go Band Talks New Career in Pop, Rock

    Go-go music may have been what originally spurred guitarist Valentino Jackson’s career, but his distinct versatility didn’t allow him to stay moored to the genre for long. After picking up a guitar at just 4...

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