“We got rhythm, we got pride, we birth kings, we birth tribes,” Beyoncé sings toward the end of the nearly five-minute song.
He sold more than 30 million records worldwide, and his influence on other musicians was equally staggering, from the Beatles and Otis Redding to Creedence Clearwater Revival and David Bowie.
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some of the world’s biggest Black musicians are utilizing their talents to create anthems that call for unity and offer musical lyrics that the global community can resonate with.
50 plus Okla. artist collaborate on ‘Fire in Little Africa’ to commemorate the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
The project brings together over 50 of the most talented rappers, singers, producers, poets, musicians and visual artists in Oklahoma with the idea of bringing the community together in the spirit of Black Wall Street to commemorate the centennial of the 1921 massacre.
The three-time Grammy Award winner, who withdrew from making music in the mid-1980s, died on Monday in Los Angeles.
Tulsa’s signature event at SXSW once again be the Tulsa Music Showcase, to be held the evening of March 19 at Augustine on Rainey Street. The showcase will feature Tulsa’s own Branjae Jackson.
Black love is a radical part of the survival of black people, more important than the stories that make it in the history books, because love is the driver of all those things.