The 65th Annual Grammy Awards provided some of the most memorable moments in music history! From Stevie Wonder and Chris Stapleton giving us the collaboration we didn’t know we needed, to First Lady Jill Biden making a surprise appearance AND giving away the first ever ‘Song for Social Change’ award, there was so much to […]

The Queen Of Soul's last album will feature Stevie Wonder.

National News

After over nine hours of meeting Republican and Democratic leaders in the state could not devise a concrete plan for a repeal.

News & Gossip

Join Roland Martin for six hours of live election night coverage tonight starting at 7PM/6c on TV One.

Plus, New York woman shoved to death in front of a Times Square train and Janet Reno, the nation's first female US Attorney General, dead at 78.

Common and Stevie Wonder address the shootings in their latest collaboration. Check out their latest video.

The lineup also includes Chaka Khan, John Mayer, Tori Kelly, Anita Baker, Doug E. Fresh, Luke James, Bilal, and Mint Condition.

Where has R&B singer Mario been? On a recent visit to Dallas for a show benefiting our troops and veterans, the 29-year-old stopped by 97.9 The Beat. Digital Correspondent Bobby Pen interviews him about his hiatus and upcoming projects to learn just how deep Mario actually is. In the on-on-one, Mario reveals that he’s been on a […]

Plus, Stevie Wonder tells mostly white London crowd that "Black lives matter" and study finds that more young people are having children before marriage.

Instead of giving Prince a 10-minute block during the 2016 BET Awards, the whole night revolved around him and his legacy. There were also several performances that honored his memory and his music. So here are the five ways BET put the Billboard Awards to shame with its tribute:

BET’s honored the late Prince during the BET Awards last night with numerous tribute performances. Check them out below: Stevie Wonder joined by Tori Kelly for their rendition of “Take Me With U”. Jennifer Hudson then followed with a captivating performance of “Purple Rain” Maxwell paid his respects to Prince with a cover of “Nothing Compares To […]


Black Music Month originated in 1979. Jimmy Carter proclaimed the month of June as Black Music Month to celebrate the wonderful music, the  achievements, births, important timelines, events and to remember those we lost.