Smokey Robinson was a major part of the Motown sound, writing hits for the Detroit label's roster of stars. Robinson's creamy vocals and ability... Read More
We are not “old Black” nor “new Black” we are ALL Black.
On May 16, 1983, much of America was sitting in front of the television watching the event that was Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever.... Read More
With lyrics like, “My smile is my makeup I wear since my breakup” and “I know flowers grow through rain/But how can love grow... Read More
There are few groups in the history of music to experience the incredible amount of success and longevity as The Temptations. Their music became... Read More
It’s the middle of June and African-American Music Appreciation Month is just getting into overdrive with this Saturday’s launch of the art exhibition, Motown... Read More