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A group of lucky fans (we see you Roland) joined Bell Biv Devoe on stage for an epic dance off on the 2017 Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage presented by Ford. Watch below! https://www.facebook.com/TomJoynerMorningShow/videos/10155177114124805/   Like BlackAmericaWeb.com on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. (Photo credit: Rance Elgin)

Maybe it’s Mike Bivins wearing his signature Red Sox “B” hat, the trio’s thick “r-less” accents or you’ve heard the legendary group talk about growing up in Boston’s inner city in an interview – one thing is for sure, Bell Biv Devoe never misses an opportunity to represent their hometown. That’s why we jumped at […]

Just weeks away from the release of one of music’s highly anticipated movies, Ricky Bell, Ronnie DeVoe and Mike Bivins, collectively known as BBD, are still the same charismatic and talented guys the world fell in love with 20 years ago. The multi-platinum singing group talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about their new album […]

The New Edition Story is set to hit TV screens January 24th-26th on BET. Finally, after years of waiting fans well get to learn about the amazing story on how one of the biggest groups in music history came from humble beginnings in Boston, MA to superstardom. Also Read: Most Anticipated Albums We Are Looking […]

  Bell Biv Devoe‘s Ronnie Devoe, Michael Bivins and Ricky Bell will be on the 2017 Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage! The iconic group stopped by the TJMS Magic City Classic broadcast to talk about the fun they have had on previous Fantastic Voyage cruises, their new music, and the juicy secrets that are going […]

  Generation Z may find this hard to believe, but the 90s were the glory days of danceable R&B. The New Jack Swing movement, in particular, gave us some of the best choreography we’ve seen since Thriller. That’s why anyone who was born before 1994 is doing the Cabbage Patch right now, in celebration of […]

Black Music Month originated in 1979.  President Jimmy Carter proclaimed the month of June as Black Music Month to celebrate the music, the achievements, births, important timelines, events and to remember those we lost.

The year was 1990 and you may remember the feeling in the air being all about the final 10 years of the 20th Century. While gangster rap got its beginnings in the late 80’s, it was year 1990 that saw its commercial success peak in mainstream music making it the most lucrative sub-genre of hip-hop. […]

The year was 1990 and you may remember the feeling in the air being all about the final 10 years of the 20th Century. While gangster rap got its beginnings in the late 80’s, it was year 1990 that saw its commercial success peak in mainstream music making it the most lucrative sub-genre of hip-hop. […]

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