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A few of our favorite album sequels in Black music history, plus 5 that we're holding out hope on. The post 10 Best Album Sequels By Black Musicians…And 5 That Need To Be Made! appeared first on Black America Web.

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Some fashion staples will simply always be associated with the musician who initially rocked it. The post 15 Most Defining Fashion Statements In Black Music History appeared first on Black America Web.

Are you feeling Pharrell's latest turn to gospel music? The post Praise Him? Fans React To Pharrell’s New Gospel Song “JOY (Unspeakable)” appeared first on Black America Web.

When Nelly released “Country Grammar” it marked a significant milestone in the world of hip-hop and popular music. Released on June 27, 2000, the album showcased a unique blend of rap and catchy melodies, solidifying Nelly as an important figure in the music industry. “Country Grammar” was Nelly’s debut studio album and became a massive […]

In honor of national sunglasses day, we put together a list of artists who we feel are inseparable from their shades!

Run the Jewels’ debut album, simply titled Run the Jewels, is a groundbreaking project that brought together the talents of two talented artists, Killer Mike, and El-P. The album was released on June 26, 2013, and marked the beginning of a collaboration that would propel both artists to new heights of commercial success. Run the […]

Don’t Sweat The Technique is the fourth and final studio album by the hip-hop duo Eric B. & Rakim. It was released on June 23, 1992, and is considered a classic in the genre. The album is known for its innovative production, intricate rhyme schemes, and thought-provoking lyrics, which solidified Eric B. & Rakim’s reputation […]

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The singer/rapper cements her place in Hip-Hop as her lone solo album makes history at the 1999 Grammy Awards. The post 1999: Lauryn Hill’s “Miseducation” Wins Big | Black Music Month appeared first on Black America Web.

We take a look back at the obscenity case against the group's "As Nasty As They Wanna Be" album and the impact it made in Hip-Hop. The post 1990: 2 Live Crew’s Fight For Free Speech | Black Music Month appeared first on Black America Web.

Fifteen years ago, legendary rapper Lil Wayne dropped his most commercially successive album! Click inside to read about the groundbreaking project.

June is Back Music Month and we're celebrating Black artists all over the world! Checkout this week's new Afrobeats releases…

The World's Biggest Afrobeats Festival 'Afro Nation' Is Coming To Detroit and Lagos, Nigeria! Get your tickets here…

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