As Prince's cult classic 1984 film 'Purple Rain' gets reworked into a musical stage play, we thought of a few more that could work as well.

On the would-be 64th birthday of Prince, we remember all that made The Purple One a global Black music icon both in life & in memoriam. 

Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis Minnesota on June 7th, 1958.  Both of his parents were musicians so it came as no surprise that his musical talent was budding at a young age.  Little did anyone know that this young man would change the music world forever. In 2016 the world was shook when […]

The battle of Prince's estate has finally come to an end, with an even split between his half-siblings and stakes sold to Primary Wave.

The Purple One will soon be receiving the ultimate honor in tribute to his unmistakable sense of style during a special event by Black Fashion Week Minnesota at the one and only Paisley Park to kick off this year's festivities.

After years of legal battles and "who gets what" family drama following the unfortunate 2016 death of pop icon Prince, The Purple One's estate has finally been settled and officially given a multimillion-dollar value to be split between publishing company Primary Wave and his surviving heirs.

Honorees for the 2022 Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame are looking just as elite as the class of 2021, with this year including legends like Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy, late entertainers Cicely Tyson and Ray Charles, plus a handful of others.


Minnesota’s Congressional delegation on Monday is introducing a resolution to posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to pop superstar Prince, citing his “indelible mark on Minnesota and American culture,” The Associated Press has learned.


According to the Star Tribune, Omarr Baker, the youngest of Prince’s six siblings, sold his entire share of the estate to a New York based company called Primary Wave. The company also acquired 90 percent of sister Tyka Nelson’s stake as well as 100 percent of Alfred Jackson Sr’s share.

From the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll herself Tina Turner to the new age revolutionary D'Angelo And The Vanguard, take a look at five Black musicians that made impactful changes in rock music over the past five decades as we continue to celebrate Black Music Month.

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CBS will air a special tribute to Prince, "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince" on the fourth anniversary of the legend's death.