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Maxwell Drops new other-worldly video for “Off” Single

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Preparing to deliver one of the most-anticipated R&B events of next year, three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning multiplatinum artist Maxwell announces his new full-length album, blacksummers’NIGHT, out Spring 2022. It notably marks his first release under a newly minted deal with BMG and closes out the trilogy he began with the #1 GRAMMY® Award-winning epic, BLACKsummers’night, in 2009.

Maxwell says: “From announcing a new partnership with BMG for my label Musze to receiving the Legend Award at the upcoming 2021 Soul Train Awards, I couldn’t be more excited to share this new single with loved ones offering a glimpse into NIGHT…”

Maxwell also shares new track “Off.” The slow-burning single – teeming with the soul singer’s signature seductive spirit – pairs his instantly recognizable vocals with longtime creative partner Hod David’s simmering production and intoxicating instrumentals.

Additionally, Maxwell will support his upcoming album with the NIGHT 2022 Tour across North America in partnership with the Black Promoters Collective – the preeminent coalition of African American independent promoters. The 25-date run kicks off in Dallas, TX at Texas Trust CU Theater, visits legendary arenas such as Barclays Center in Brooklyn and The Forum in Los Angeles, and concludes at FTX Arena in Miami, FL on May 8. Anthony Hamilton and Joe have been confirmed as openers.

“Maxwell is one of the most respected artists in the industry,” says Gary Guidry, CEO, Black Promoters Collective. “His body of work and showmanship are second to none. We believe he has a true connection to the culture. We are happy to partner with him on The Night Tour and look forward to growing this relationship for years to come.”

“Maxwell’s music has been the soundtrack to many of our lives,” continues Shelby Joyner, President, Black Promoters Collective. “Right now, people are ready to return to live music and regain a sense of normalcy. As a partner, we look forward to not only promoting The Night Tour, but also creating space for Maxwell’s fans to safely listen to and enjoy the music they love so much.”

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Incognito (Featuring Bluey)Drops New Music That Asks A Question, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This”

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CoolJazzClassics | Candy Duffer Paired Musically With David A. Stewart To Make A Succinct Statement… “Lilly Was Here”

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Candy Dulfer was born in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, as the daughter of saxophonist Hans Dulfer. She began playing the drums at the age of five. As a six-year-old she started to play the soprano saxophone. At the age of seven she switched to alto saxophone and later began playing in a local concert band Jeugd Doet Leven (English translation: “Youth Brings Life”) in Zuiderwoude.

Dulfer played her first solo on stage with her father’s band De Perikels (“The Perils”). At the age of eleven, she made her first recordings for the album ‘I Didn’t Ask‘ (1981) of De Perikels. In 1982, when she was twelve years old, she played as a member of Rosa King’s Ladies Horn section at the North Sea Jazz Festival. According to Dulfer, King encouraged her to become a band leader herself. In 1984, at the age of fourteen, Dulfer started her own band Funky Stuff.

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PJ Morton Drops His Latest… The Iconic Keyboardist And Vocalist Laments His “Biggest Mistake”

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Morton bared himself to the point of transparency about the flaws that often are associated with a man in a committed relationship. The multi-Grammy winner’s first single release from his  new album, ‘Watch the Sun‘, was his freshly-minted top 10 single on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart. Now he has dropped “My Biggest Mistake,” an apt follow up. Comment below to let us know what you think.


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CaughtInTheAct | Prince Wow’ed Them When He Won The 2005 NAACP Image Award, Then Took Prisoners With His Performance.

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The year was 2005 and the event was the 36th Annual NAACP Image Awards, everyone knew Prince was being honored after being named the winner of that years award, everyone present in the venue felt the electricity in the air, and even those at home watching on TV felt it, and knew it was gonna be special. Then contender and future president, Sen. Barack Obama & wife, Michelle were in the audience. Nobody knew how special until it was all over.

Prince managed to pack a whole concert into this 17 or so minute set, something only a very few artists are capable of doing.

We want to reacquaint you with the Black Magic of that night 22 year ago, and if you missed it then and this is your first time seeing it, we are glad to present it to you.

If anyone has comments, please feel free to make them below.


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DEBUT | LaToya London Pairs With Anthony Hamilton To Define, “On Everything”

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“On Everything” is the latest single by Latoya London, feat. R&B Legend Anthony Hamilton! This is the sweetest love song we’ve heard in a long time, an instant classic! If you haven’t already, advance on over to your favorite digital streaming platform and cop that!! May you always know nothing is stronger than love!


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