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Charlie Wilson is here to stay: Everyone’s favorite uncle

In the midst of Black History Month, I wanted to take the time to celebrate one of my favorite Black R&B singers, Charlie Wilson, aka Uncle Charlie. He’s a timeless singer who constantly drops hits and never fails to get the party grooving. There’s not a song that comes on by him that doesn’t make

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Berhana delivers a captivating performance at U Street Music Hall

Berhana’s Saturday, Nov. 30 performance at U Street Music Hall in Washington D.C. was seasoned with musical expertise and excitement. The 27-year-old Atlanta-native’s very first show had been in D.C., and he expressed to the audience that he was glad to be back.  With outstanding openings from The Experience, a D.C. based rapper, and Canadian

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From House of Balloons to My Dear Melancholy: The Ups and Downs of the Weeknd’s Career

An influence that started a different generation of R&B. Artists such as Drake, Bryson Tiller, PartyNextDoor, Brent Faiyaz, Tyus, Ty Dolla Sign, Majid Jordan, and so many others who have dabbled in this new style of R&B,  we all can thank The Weeknd. However, while his great success and influence has brought him a lot

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