It’s the DMV Spotlight starring Symplicity.
This week’s DMV Spotlight highlights R&B crooner and native Washingtonian, Santino Rose.
Many things have come from the DMV area but the most notable is the great genre of go-go music. In the late 60s and early 70s, D.C. was the hotbed for a brand new sound of funk that infused with early hip-hop and R&B. Forty-some years later and it is still a dynamic genre for D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
The legendary Whitney Houston would’ve been 50 years old today.
We all watched last Sunday as Miguel leaped over a pit of fans at the Billboard Music Awards, and leg kicked a couple of girls in the audience.
Lauryn Hill pleaded guilty to not paying her taxes from 2005-2007, and was supposed to be sentenced Monday.
His debut album, “Channel Orange,” earned multiple nominations for the talented singer/songwriter.
Jeremih speaks on how excited he is to be a part of this years 25th year celebration. With ‘Birthday Sex’ being his number one single to date, he received the same response as when he first stepped out on the scene three years ago. Plus watch his reaction when asked about the current state of R&B.
[photogallerylink id=106995 align=left]Here is it… the video for Trey Songz latest hit “Heart Attack”… with a special appearance by Kelly Rowland.
R&B singer Ashanti stopped by the studio with DJ Flexx to let us know that even though she’s been laying low, she’s still on her grind! Ashanti has recently signed a new deal and established her own record label as well as dropping […]