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Eric Roberson Premiers New Clip “I’m Not Trying to Keep Score No More”

Soul singer Eric Roberson never disappoints with his songs about love and relationships. With his new single, “I’m Not Trying to Keep Score No More,” Erro speaks from the heart about wanting to get things right with his lady love instead of trying to “be right” all the time. 107 more words

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Wu-Tang Clan’s Secret Album Won’t Be Released For 88 Years


Wu-Tang Clan’s mysterious one-copy album just became even more exclusive.

The group has announced that Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, an album that exists only in a single copy with no backups, will be sold through online auction house… 235 more words

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Suge Knight Admitted to Hospital Again After Claiming He’s Going Blind

So how’s Suge Knight doing, you ask? Not great. The former Death Row CEO isn’t just awaiting trial for murder charges; he’s also been dealing with some bad health issues. 134 more words

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Black Music Month: Movies Dedicated To Artists We Love

The Jackson Five: American Dream

They were one of the most successful musical families in the music industry. Their fame in the 60s and 70s rose, especially after being signed to Motown Records. 933 more words

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28 Second Black History With Shawn Smith [VIDEO]

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Interactive One’s Shawn Smith explains how he is making Black history.

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Robin Thicke Wows with Piano Medley…in Court

From the “if you stay ready, you don’t have to get ready files,” as proceedings continued in the Robin Thicke “Blurred Lines” case, Thicke tickled the ivories for jurors as part of his testimony in court today.  248 more words

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