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

In honor of Black Music Month, we take a look at a few of the producers that have shaped music and formed the soundtrack of our lives.

While death is inevitably a part of life, that truth doesn’t make it any easier to say goodbye to those who have died in our Black culture.

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The Songwriters Hall of Fame’s 53rd Annual Induction and Awards Dinner illuminated New York City with a celebration that honored the extraordinary contributions of some of the most iconic songwriters in the music industry. This year’s event was particularly momentous with a lineup of presenters and performers that showcased Black excellence in music, including Timbaland, […]

The 77th Tony Awards were a celebration of talent, and of course high fashion looks that were both timeless and trendsetting from some of the biggest celebs

Black Love, Inc. shared a visual memoir titled Father Noire, celebrating Black fathers in Hollywood. Read more and check it out inside.

These classic R&B albums will be turning 20 years old this year. Click inside to take a trip down memory lane!

Angela Bofill, best known for hits such as "I Try," "Too Tough" and more, reportedly passed away on June 13 at the age of 70.

For Father's Day 2024, we're focused strictly on cocktails to serve Dad or the father figures in your lives on Sunday.

Imagine looking the only survivors of one of the worst and most notorious race massacres in America’s history right in the eye and telling them they aren’t owed anything for what they suffered. Imagine saying that to Black people who are seeking reparations, not as the descendants of the people who suffered, but as the sufferers themselves. The post SMH: Reparations Lawsuit Filed By Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors Dismissed By Oklahoma Supreme Court appeared first on NewsOne.

Malcolm-Jamal Warner launched a new podcast, Not All Hood, and shared he stopped listening to J. Cole over the N-word usage.

Black women are at an elevated risk of cancer, with specific types of the disease showing significant increases among women in their 30s. The post Heightened Cancer Risks For Black Women Under 50: Here Is What To Know And Do About It appeared first on NewsOne.