Life & Style

Long live Prince and while we may never get new music from the Purple One, we will get an opportunity to feel closer to him via a limited edition clothing collection. This isn’t just any clothing collection. From 2011-2016, Prince had personal designers that worked with him from 2011 until 2016. Call and Response, the […]

Janis Gaye, one of the 17 children of pioneering musician Slim Gaillard, spent the early years of her life in foster care, ultimately going to…

Janis Gaye, one of the 17 children of pioneering musician Slim Gaillard, spent the early years of her life in foster care, ultimately going to live with her mother as a teenager. She met her future husband Marvin Gaye when she was just 17. While their love affair produced two children, Nona and Frankie, their relationship […]

  Joann Pendergrass, was iconic soul singer Teddy Pendegrass’ second wife. The two were a happy couple until Pendergrass death. They met cute – Pendergrass’ relative once wrote Teddy an encouraging letter after his 1982 accident and they became friends. When she died, Joan thought Teddy should know and that sparked a friendship that turned […]

  Music legend Rev. Al Green is a 2014 Kennedy Center Honor recipient.  He received the honor on Sunday, December 7th, but the gala will be broadcast on December 30th at 9 p.m. on CBS. Green was honored along with Tom Hanks, Sting, ballerina Patricia McBride, and comedian Lily Tomlin. President Obama, who once sang a little of […]

Arts & Entertainment

Michael Jackson’s son Prince is about to turn 18 in February, and according to Radar Online, his family is dreading the day that he officially becomes able to handle his own money. “As Prince Jackson gets ready to turn 18 his family is concerned that he is growing up too quickly,” a family insider told […]

Arts & Entertainment

BEIJING (AP) — President Barack Obama is awarding the Presidential Medal of Freedom to 19 people, including Meryl Streep and Stevie Wonder. The two performers are among those who will receive the medal at a White House ceremony Nov. 24. The medal is the highest honor granted to civilians in the U.S. and honors contributions […]

For iPhone:   Icon Dionne Warwick has had many hits over her decades long career. Now she, like Aretha, has recorded a new project Feels So Good, a duets CD that includes collaborations with Ruben Studdard, Ziggy Marley, CeeLo Green, Ne-Yo and more. “It was a wonderful project to do,” says Warwick. “Each of my duet […]

For iPhone:   There is only one Queen of Soul and she deserves her story told. Enter author David Ritz, the most prolific music biographer in town. He is himself a Grammy award winner and the only four-time winner of the Gleason Music Book Award. He’s written biographies on Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye, B.B. King, Etta […]

  For iPhone:   Deanna Brown-Thomas is a radio & TV personality, actress, entrepreneur, humanitarian and daughter of James Brown. She joined the TJMS crew broadcasting live from Augusta, Georgia, Brown’s hometown to talk about his life and legacy. The city has erected a statue  in his honor, one of the must-sees aside from, of […]

Chris Rock and Prince will be the host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live on November 1st. This appearance marks the return of Rock to the show that he was part of from 1990-1993. Expect Prince to perform something from his two latest albums Plectrumelectrum and Art Official Age, which he released earlier this month. Saturday […]

  For iPhone:   Philadelphia International Records, Philadelphia’s answer to Motown Records, has been responsible for some of R&B’s most-loved hits over the years, and has given a platform to a bevy of iconic R&B and soul artists. On Wednesday, the iconic Sound Of Philadelphia building that housed Philadelphia International Records and Gamble-Huff Music is […]