It’s official. The battle for the title of R&B king is back on the line and this time, two of the genre’s icons are going head-to-head for the crown in a Verzuz battle to rival the best of them.
“Nobody” is a song by Harlem’s Keith Sweat and Athena Cage from the band Kut Klose.
R&B icon Keith Sweat is returning to The Flamingo due to popular demand. His new, limited engagement will run from July 5-22, 2017, where he’ll perform his hits including “I Want Her,” “Twisted” and “Nobody.”
SJ Presents The Mother’s Day Good Music Festival with multi-platinum and Grammy Award-Winning iconic performers, The Isley Brothers, Keith Sweat, Monica, and SWV.
Melvin Childs Presents, the company helmed by producer Melvin Childs, has released the first-look trailer for the highly-anticipated film, For The Love Of Money.
On December 9, 2018, the Apollo Theater will celebrate 30 years of the ground-breaking New Jack Swing sound and will welcome home Harlem natives Teddy Riley and Keith Sweat for The Kings and Queens of New Jack Swing.
Today, the old Harlem World Club building is a Conway’s on 116th and Malcolm X Boulevard (Lenox Avenue), but it was also the place for the drugstore chain Woolworth. But more importantly, from 1978 to 1985, it was the home of the legendary disco, The Harlem World Club.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams today announced the appointments of his climate leadership team that will focus on environmental protection and environmental justice across NYC.
Frank Henry Loesser, June 29, 1910 – July 28, 1969, was a songwriter who lived in Harlem, New York.
All-new episodes of TV One’s original, docu-series UNSUNG and UNCENSORED return this Sunday, March 21.
By Ed Davila June 17, 2020, marked the 92nd birthday of Herbert “Chuck” Griffin, the legendary East Harlem coach and social activist.
It has been a tearful few days for the Soul Train community following the Saturday, June 6, 2020, the announcement that legendary Soul Train dancer and Harlem resident Tyrone “The Bone” Proctor, the Waack Doctor has passed away.
An exuberant crowd that included NYS Attorney General Tish James, Congressman Adriano Espaillat, State Senators Brian Benjamin and Robert Jackson,
Like Harlem, never underestimate the power of a timeless classic.
Mayor de Blasio held public hearings for and signed five pieces of legislation: Intro. 144-B, requiring the TLC to stop issuing for-hire vehicle licenses for 12 months, to study congestion and various aspects of the industry,