As the month of June comes to a close, as do worldwide celebrations of Black Music. But, at TV One – #TheSoundtrackOfBlackAmerica is celebrated and REPRESENTed 24/7! From the club to the cookout, to the pulpit – OUR journey is in OUR music. Throughout #BlackMusicMonth, we took a deep dive into that musical journey with […]
Photo by: Steve Eichner/Getty Images There are so many well-executed music videos that are considered timeless. From the greats of Aaliyah to DMX, these artists have never fallen short to deliver out-of-the-box visuals. Here are some of the music videos that we think are most memorable! Tell us what’s your favorite memorable music video! Like […]
As we continue to celebrate #BlackMusicMonth, we're taking a deeper look at our favorite hip-hop songs that contains iconic sampling.
As we stroll down memory lane, we want you to remember the ten times these classic neo-soul/jazz songs presented the world with additional memorable songs years later. What is your favorite neo-soul/jazz sample?
As we continue to celebrate #BlackMusicMonth, we celebrate girl groups that changed music history and pop culture as we know it today.
In the early 2000s, Ashanti emerged as a fresh face and voice for a new R&B sound that would become the decade’s soundtrack. She was only 22-years-old when she launched her breakthrough hit, “Foolish.” It was difficult not to hear an Ashanti song or feature on the radio back then. She was a chart-topper! She gave […]
With June officially underway, TV One is celebrating all things Black music! From the club to the cookout, to the pulpit – OUR journey is in OUR music. Throughout #BlackMusicMonth, we are diving all the way in and taking you along the way. As we REPRESENT that musical journey, join us as we reflect on […]
TV One to spotlight the indigenous sound of Go-Go music, seven-time NAACP Image Award-winning series UNSUNG, the angelic voice of Alicia Keys and iconic jazz music throughout the month of June.
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