Black Music Month

Black Music Month

Marvin Gaye's album "Here My Dear" is a classic of black music and set a standard that stands to this day. The post 1978: Marvin Gaye Gets Vulnerable With “Hear My Dear” appeared first on Black America Web.

Black Music Month

Natalie's first Grammy win made history when she become the first Black Artist to win Best New Artist at the 18th Annual Grammy Awards. The post 1976: Natalie Cole Makes History, Wins Best New Artist appeared first on Black America Web.

Get valuable insight from industry professionals and learn how to get your music played on the radio and break into the music industry.

Want to learn how to break into the music industry without the machine? Join us on Thursday, June 30th at 7pm/EST for our Indy Life Panel at The Music Meeting

Get valuable insight from industry professionals for free! Plus, enjoy amazing performances. Watch it live at here on BlackAmericaWeb.com June 30, 2022 at 7pm!

Billboard Gospel Air Play Chart Week of June 25th JEKALYN CARR “My Portion” is #1!!!   This makes Jekalyn’s 6th #1 single at Gospel radio and her 10th Billboard #1 as an independent artist! See the full lists below… 1.  My Portion Jekaylyn Carr 2.  All of My Help Ricky Dillard 3.  Never Let Me Down […]

GRAMMY award-winning music group Maverick City Music and 16-time GRAMMY winner Kirk Franklin made a major network TV appearance.

BMM Pocasts

“Wind Me Up Chuck” and get ready to Bust Loose or beat ya feet to the history of Go-Go music; how it started vs how it’s going.

BMM Pocasts

Houston has a slowed concoction of taking something which already exists and mutating it into something totally different. New sound, new emotions, new feelings.