marvin gaye

It’s the last week of Black Music Month and we’ve saved the best for last. We’ve recorded your votes and chosen the Best R&B Male…

We admit we were a little surprised. When we asked YOU who was the top R&B Male Artist of All Time, we expected the obvious…

Like so many great recording artists, the legendary Tammi Terrell also left us much too soon.  Music lovers would be surprised to know that Tammi Terrell actually began her singing career as a member of the James Brown Revue.  That’s right, she sang with Mr. Dynamite himself as a teenager blessed with a golden voice.  […]

Representing for the R&B field this year, Grammy nominees Tyrese and Elle Varner took the stage at the 55th Annual Grammy Pre-Telecast to bridge the gap between both old and new school elements of the genre. Both artists of course had stellar years individually, but who knew these two could come together and put on […]

  TV One isn’t slowing down with original programming anytime soon. In fact, on October 15th the brand new “Celebrity Crime Files” will document some of the speculations about the mysterious murders and the demise of fallen stars this season such as the late Marvin Gaye, Run DMC’s Jam Master Jay, former NFL player Rae Corruth […]

The Quiet Storm celebrates the birthday of the late great Marvin Gaye tonight, unforgettable Silky Soul Singer indeed. Happy Birthday to a true musicasl legend, the Marvelous One, your music lives on….. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER – @KISSRICHMOND CONNECT VIA FACEBOOK DOWNLOAD THE FREE MOBILE APP CLAIM YOUR FREE SMART PHONE JOIN OUR MOBILE TEXT CLUB […]

If you were a child who grew up in the 1970’s, it is likely that your mother was a huge Marvin Gaye fan. Marvin lived a tumultuous life. One of the  defining things  in  Marvin’s life  is that borne  out of  his pain came some of the most prolific, inspiring songs to ever grace the […]

With the increasing number of films aimed towards black audiences in the early 1970s, filmmakers realized that they couldn’t turn to Henry Mancini to provide the musical backdrops for these movies.

It goes without saying that Kanye West, who celebrated a birthday yesterday, is one of hip-hop’s greatest producers.

With the increasing number of films aimed towards black audiences in the early 1970s, filmmakers realized that they couldn’t turn to Henry Mancini to provide the musical backdrops for these movies.