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Interviews, performances, earworms, songs to get on it — here’s how we’ll remember the past year
The album is the musical equivalent of a therapeutic group chat
The singer is evolving from soul man to R&B artist, but will Black audiences join him?
The singer’s archives are finally hitting streaming services as the R. Kelly trial reminds us of what she had to endure
A new version of the song made famous by Chaka Khan and Whitney Houston embraces the fullness of Black humanity
The emotions we carry with us in the voting booth have always been in the music
The singer discusses releasing her seventh studio album, the responsibility an artist has in society and overcoming adversity
YouTube is hosting a Prince and the Revolution concert from March 30, 1985. It is the most incredible Prince thing on the internet.
OutKast, DMX, Janet Jackson, Lauryn Hill, Master P and ‘Vol. 2’ from Jay-Z made this one major year in music
From ghetto fabulous to new jack swing, if it was unapologetically black and cool, Harrell had a hand in it