Todd "Stereo" Williams
Mary J. Blige’s ‘What’s the 411?’ Reshaped the Landscape of 1990s R&B
On July 28, 1992, a soulful singer from Yonkers changed R&B forever.
Eric B. & Rakim’s ‘Paid In Full’ at 30: The Duo’s Iconic Debut Still Sets A Musical Standard
One of hip-hop's most celebrated classics reaches a milestone.
Love Shoulda Brought You Home: The Slick, Sophisticated R&B of the ‘Boomerang’ Soundtrack
Babyface and L.A. Reid announced LaFace in chart-topping style.
A Breakdown of Prince’s ‘Purple Rain: Deluxe Expanded Edition’
We're focusing on the eleven previously-unreleased tracks on the new 'Purple Rain.'
New Edition Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award; Biopic Cast Performs Tribute at 2017 BET Awards [VIDEO]
The boys from Boston got a tribute fitting of a supergroup.
Faith Evans on the Notorious B.I.G., Reuniting With Bad Boy and ‘The King & I’
The R&B star is paying tribute to her late husband and celebrating her own strength and success.
Afeni Shakur’s Life Was a Testament to the Righteousness of Rebellion
A soldier, a teacher, an activist and a curator. A Black Panther and a journalist. Afeni Shakur was a revolutionary.
Prince Gave Himself to His Art and Gave Us a Musical Standard
I’ve never imagined that Prince wouldn’t be here.
The Timeless Beauty of the ‘Love Jones’ Soundtrack
It was the sound of young Black love in the late 90s.
Ralph Tresvant: Why Wasn’t New Edition’s Frontman a Bigger Star?
Why wasn't Rizz a bigger solo artist?