Black Music Month

Black America Web celebrates Black Music Month by saluting influential icons in the music industry

Kierra Sheard joins the list of musically inclined black women for the NPR's Tiny Desk series in recognition of Black Music Month.

We comprised a list of our favorite Black LGBTQ+ artists to celebrate this Pride Month and Black Music Month.

These chart-topping songbirds don't just lead God's people in worship, they also counsel, advise, and minister the Word to them.

While having an intricate journey, Black Music broke barriers in order to be heard and bring such value to the art form.

For almost a century, gospel music has been bringing people together.

To honor Black Music Month, here are some of the artists that, unbeknownst to a lot of us, have ties to North Carolina.


Philly soul is unmatched and Black Music Month presents the perfect time to shed light on its origin and impact.

June is Black Music Month and NPR has announced an iconic lineup to be featured on Tiny Desk this month.


Some of our favorite artists are dropping Black music memoirs and we can't wait to add them to our bookshelves.

On what marks the day we lost the King of Pop, late music icon Michael Jackson, the Black America Web crew decided to pay him a special tribute for Black Music Month by celebrating MJ's legendary dance moves from of his unforgettable music videos.

Right in the heat of the summer, former President Barack Obama shares some of his favorite songs that him keep him cool…literally. The playlist features major hip-hop artists like 2Pac, 21 Savage, Nicki Minaj, and Babyface Ray! He also lists some OG artists like Janet Jackson and Otis Redding’s “Sittin on the Dock of the […] The post Obama’s Summer Playlist: Drake, Money Man, Ice Spice, and More appeared first on 97.9 The Beat.