Federal prosecutors in New York filed a request on Friday that they be allowed to enter more evidence of uncharged crimes allegedly committed by the R&B singer in his trial next month.
On social media late Wednesday, the musician wrote: "I wish to say that I will not perform on any stage where there is a discriminated audience present."
Aiming to make a record that fans would still listen to decades later, George Clinton and Funkadelic mixed R&B, psychedelic rock and a Black guitar hero's cry.
Willow Smith has gone pop punk. Smith speaks with NPR about unpacking racism and sexism, alternative rock's Black origins and creating her new album, lately I feel EVERYTHING.
The Tonight Show music director has been branching out: In addition to buying a farm, he's making his directorial debut with Summer of Soul, a documentary about a 1969 concert series in Harlem.
The 44th Kennedy Center Honorees announced today include Motown founder Berry Gordy, folk icon Joni Mitchell, entertainer Bette Midler, TV impresario Lorne Michaels and opera star Justino Díaz.
25-year-old rapper Shelem sees his latest project as an artistic watershed for him: The production is slick, it has a solid hook and the lyrics show a writer who's continuing to advance in his art.
The song, released in February, packs in plenty of historical and current references. The Alt.Latino team translated and decode the lyrics.
The NEA celebrates the 40th anniversary of its Jazz Masters Fellowship and inducts the class of 2022, including four jazz icons: Billy Hart, Stanley Clarke, Cassandra Wilson and Donald Harrison, Jr.
Join us in an online listening party for Christone "Kingfish" Ingram's new album. With Gwen Thompkins in the host chair, we'll feature a live conversation with the blues guitarist.
Keigo Oyamada, who performs under the stage name Cornelius, resigned from the Tokyo Olympics after critics uncovered interviews in which he boasted of bullying classmates with disabilities.
Despite creating art from trauma, Russell is strengthened by love, connection and creation.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra recently returned to its storied summer home, Tanglewood, after the pandemic canceled last season. With reopening comes normalcy, as well as an opportunity for growth.
The artist took to Instagram to address criticism of her dancing videos and to say that those are the only performances she will be doing under her father's conservatorship.
Biz Markie died Friday night after months of health issues.