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Online Radio Ads: 6 Reasons Your Business Needs Them

These days, people spend A LOT of their time online browsing web sites and searching for information. In fact, the average person spends more than 100 days per year online. Investing in online radio ads is an effective way to reach potential customers. By now, you may already be familiar with online advertising. Simply put, this medium makes use of the internet to deliver marketing messages to customers to gain […]

today07/10/2022 157 6 5


Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ Is Getting An Official Making-Of Documentary

Sony Music Entertainment and the estate of Michael Jackson are celebrating the 40th anniversary of Jackson’s legendary 1982 album Thriller with an official documentary.   Directed by journalist, music historian and filmmaker Nelson George, the film is currently in production. It will center on the making of the record-breaking album and the release of the accompanying short films that redefined the music video format Released by Epic Records in 1982, […]

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Snoop Dogg Talks Reuniting with Dr. Dre for New Music 30 Years Later: ‘Back Together Again’ (Exclusive)

Back in the studio, reunited! Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre are making music again, and Snoop seems excited about what they're coming up with. The rapper and actor spoke with ET's Kevin Frazier on the red carpet at the premiere of his new film, Day Shift, in Los Angeles on Wednesday, and teased just a bit about what the two are working on. "We're cooking up a little something," Snoop shared. "I don't wanna talk about it […]

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I have no time for negative energy, says NTV’s Faridah Nakazibwe

What you need to know: Phenomenal. Faridah Nakazibwe has been a journalist for 17 years. She anchors news and hosts a show on NTV. In an exclusive interview, she talks about career, family, love and fashion Is media an industry you wanted to join when you were growing up?  I was into fashion, art and design. My father wanted me to be a teacher, but told him that was not […]

today22/07/2022 7 1 2


Kanda Bongo Man: The place of African music

In July this year, Kanda returned to perform at the 40th anniversary of the festival started by British artist Peter Gabriel. When a fresh-faced gap-toothed 18-year-old singer from Kinshasa called Kanda Bongo (later known as Kanda Bongo Man) arrived in France in 1979, there were few opportunities for musicians from Africa.   “When I arrived in Paris, African music was not popular in France and all the record companies, I […]

today04/04/2020 17 7 5


The Unsolved Murders of Rap Kings Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.

Was it an East vs. West gang war or is there more to the story? Two of the biggest rappers of their time died untimely deaths in eerily similar manners in back-to-back years 1996 and 1997. They were both shot to death in drive-by shootings and were both aged a mere 25 years at the time of their death.   The tragic losses were a culmination of one of the […]

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How Hip-Hop Got Its Name

ip-hop — they were the first words on the genre’s first big hit, the Sugarhill Gang’s 1979 song, “Rapper’s Delight.” But at the time no one—not even the young kids who had invented the music, the dances, the rhymes, and the visual art of this burgeoning movement emerging from the Bronx—was calling it that. Hip-hop wasn’t hip-hop yet. That moment would come in September 1982, when a downtown reporter named […]

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