TV One Honors The Life, Legacy And Impact Of Harlem Fave Aretha Franklin

As the world mourns the tremendous loss of American treasure Aretha Franklin, the music legend, Civil Rights champion and renowned ‘Queen of Soul,’ Urban One announces plans to honor her life, legacy and impact on humanity. Continue Reading →

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First Published By Diddy, Songwriter Makeba Riddick-Woods Earns First Billboard Gospel #1

Grammy Award Winning songwriter Makeba Riddick-Woods marks her debut into the gospel music industry with the #1 song “Wont He Do It” as recorded by RCA Inspiration artist Koryn Hawthorne. Continue Reading →

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Fab Fergie Helps Raise $3M At 13th Annual Feinstein Institute Summer Concert (Photographs)

In true Harlem style Larry Scott of Lawrence Scott Events proudly produced the event experience for Northwell Health’s 13th Annual Feinstein Institute Summer Concert at Old Westbury Gardens in Old Westbury, NY. Continue Reading →

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Join The Ode To The Black Fiddler Music Festival 2018 In Harlem

Ode to the Black Fiddler is an evening of string music performed by professional musicians of color. It is a platform to showcase the artistry of string musicians in all genres of music: Jazz, Hip-Hop, Latin, Classical, Spiritual and Alternative. Continue Reading →

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From West Harlem Drama To New “BeastMode” Album By Milan “LHHH” Christopher

TV personality, model, rapper and actor Milan “Love and Hip Hop Hollywood” Christopher returns from a tough West Harlem fight night in 2015 with a new single “Drip,” from the new album “BeastMode”. Continue Reading →

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Harlem’s Loaded Lux Debuts New Freestyle For Fuse’s Celebration Of Hip-Hop At 45!

Best known for dominating NYC’s underground rap battle scene with his ruthless bars, Loaded Lux delivered an epic freestyle from the top of the dome in support of Fuse’s celebration of Hip-Hop at 45.

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Sugar Hill Mornings With Harlem Legend Marjorie Eliot At The Sugar Hill Museum

Sugar Hill Museum writes that the great minds of jazz expand the possibilities of song. Ellington wrote prolifically for the players in his band, becoming one of the great American composers. Continue Reading →

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Bloomingdale School Of Music And InterSchool Orchestras Of NY Initiate Partnership

Two venerable music education nonprofits, the Bloomingdale School of Music (BSM) and InterSchool Orchestras of New York (ISO) have announced the launch of a partnership.

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“Superfly” Shot In Harlem Celebrating 60th Year Of Curtis Mayfield In Music

In celebrating the 60th Year Of Curtis Mayfield the Songwriters Hall of Fame is including a Curtis Mayfield Award in its scholarship program as part of its Annual Induction & Awards Gala week of events held June 15, 2017 in New York City, it was announced today by Atlanta-based Mrs. Curtis Mayfield. Continue Reading →

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Seitu’s World: On Music Appreciation Month Dapper Dan And Others Receive Proclamations

On Monday, June 11, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was with NYC Council Member Andy King, along with members of the Council’s Black, Latino & Asian Caucus, celebrated African-American Music Appreciation Month with an awards ceremony on the steps of City Hall, Manhattan. Continue Reading →

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Harlem’s Juelz Santana Pleads To Let Him Move Back In With Girlfriend Kimbella

The Jasmine BRAND exclusively reports, Juelz Santana is pleading with a judge to allow him to move out of his mother’s home and back in with his girlfriend and baby mama Kimbella. Continue Reading →

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Interview: How One Harlem Dad Manages In The Music Industry

By Eartha Watts Hicks, Harlem World Magazine Editor-in-chief

I caught up with young music talent Youngtrell’s Earl Dean right before Father’s Day and his performance at Harlem Make Music Experience 2018 an event created by Harlem World Magazine Rhythm and Soul Radio on Thursday, June 21st 2018, at the Harlem School for the Arts (HSA). Continue Reading →

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Atlanta: ONE Musicfest 2018 Star Lineup With Harlem’s Kelis, Nas, Cardi B, And More

ONE Musicfest, the Southeast’s premier urban progressive music and arts festival – has announced the lineup for its 2018 festival. 

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Harlem’s Burnetta Jones, Hair Salon Owner And First Major Owner Of A Recording Studio (Video)

Genre Magazine writes that this story about I Was Born This Way starts in New York city, but has nothing to do with New York native Lady Gaga. Continue Reading →

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Friends Join Harlem Chamber Players For A Tenth Anniversary Vocal Feast

NY Classical Review reports that the Harlem Chamber Players held their 10th Anniversary concert Friday night at Miller Theatre, their “birthday concert,” as the group’s president Thomas Pellaton pointed out in some opening remarks. Continue Reading →

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