Cece Winans’ gorgeous new song “Never Have To Be Alone” so beautifully details the realization that even in the midst of strife and feeling lonely, we have somebody right by our side. And all we have to do to “put the storm to rest,” is pray- because we weren’t ever alone in the first place. […]

JJ Hairston has a brand new song entitled “You Deserve It,” and it will definitely bless you! Listen to this new song premiered on “Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell” and get more great music right here.

Old School 105.3 is celebrating Prince all day. Listen to his music and read about his life with a variety of stories from the first time Sheila E. met the icon to L.A. Reid’s take on the Prince vs. Michael Jackson rivalry. Read more here.

Warryn Campbell’s professional career started with Death Row Records, however he grew up in the church. After producing songs for artists like Brandy, Tupac and others he wanted to do something different and pursued Gospel. After meeting his now wife Erica Campbell he formed the group “Mary Mary” with Erica’s sister Tina Atkin and the […]

Erica Campbell of the Gospel duo Mary Mary sat down with us to discuss the current state of Black music. “It’s kind of selfish. People want to turn up but I feel like if you’re turning up you should have something real to celebrate,” she said. However, she credits black culture for inspiring her to […]

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter and R&B artist Leon Bridges has been making a name for himself, touching the hearts of listeners everywhere. Especially since his album “Coming…

Nowhere has the depiction of black life been more diverse than in the world of cinema. Go to any video store, surf any video rental website and look at the wide selection of films in the African-American/Black films section. The variety is vast, so if you’re having trouble where to start, here are nine of […]

In 1940, one Black novelist dared to show America what white supremacy did to one Black man. When “Native Son” appeared on America’s bookshelves, it became an instant bestseller, the first title by an African-American author selected by the Book-of-the-Month Club. It also introduced the world to the complicated protagonist of “Native Son,” Chicago’s Bigger […]