Black Music Month

[RICHMOND, Va. – January 2, 2024 – The Hezekiah Walker Center for Gospel Music has released its spring certificate course schedule. Registration is open and classes will begin on Tuesday, January 9, and run through April. Courses are available to all who want to gain knowledge of various aspects of the gospel music industry. This semester’s lineup includes […]

The Hollywood Walk Of Fame is definitely missing these Black music icons. The post 20 Black Musicians Who Deserve A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame appeared first on Black America Web.

Black Music Month

We kick off our celebration of Black Music Month with a spotlight on Bill Withers and his debut album “Just As I Am.” The post 1971: Bill Withers Releases His Debut Album ‘Just As I Am’ | Black Music Month appeared first on Black America Web.

BMM Podcasts

“Wind Me Up Chuck” and get ready to Bust Loose or beat ya feet to the history of Go-Go music; how it started vs how it’s going.

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Houston has a slowed concoction of taking something which already exists and mutating it into something totally different. New sound, new emotions, new feelings.

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Philly soul is unmatched and Black Music Month presents the perfect time to shed light on its origin and impact.

BMM Podcasts

Unlike the philosophical dilemma, what came first the chicken or the egg, in the music world there is a clear-cut answer, before there was Hip Hop there was Funk and one can make the argument that the road to Funk went through Ohio.

Trap music has taken over has Hip Hop’s mainstream sound. In commercials, in movies, and even in Television shows, Trap Music is everywhere

Gospel music is defined as a genre of American Protestant music, rooted in the religious revivals of the 19th century, which developed in different directions within the white (European American) and Black (African American) communities of the United States

Urban One Celebrates Black Music Month with the Release of a For The Culture: The History of Black Music Podcast Series Six Music Genres will be highlighted within a Podcast in Recognition of Black Music Month (Washington, DC – June 1, 2021) – In celebration of Black Music Month, Urban One announced today the release […]

Singer-songwriter Darwin Hobbs has entered into a partnership with FairTrade Services and Tyscot Records. “It’s been over a decade since I recorded an album,” he says.  “I spent time away from the music industry to regain a sense of focus and purpose. I needed to center myself and reestablish the reason why I record music.  […]