Lauryn Hill Performs In New York City On Dec. 14th (@MsLaurynHill)

On Saturday, December 14th, international recording artist, Lauryn Hill, will perform at the Mothers Ball, which will be held at the Javits Center (429 11th Ave) in New York City.

Come out and experience energizing performances by Grammy Award-winning acts, live art installations, and pivotal thought leadership panels from leading entrepreneurs, athletes, tastemakers, humanitarians, educators, and “Momversations” that will inspire all generations.

India Arie To Perform Soul, Jazz & Christmas Classics On Dec. 10th In San Francisco (@indiaarie)

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The Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir’s powerhouse harmonies have garnered praise from audiences around the world. This holiday season, they join forces with four-time Grammy award-winning R&B artist India Arie and the San Francisco Symphony for an exuberant performance of soul, jazz, and Christmas classics.

Don’t miss your chance to experience their vocal fireworks and foot-stomping energy in a holiday concert that’s sure to lift your spirits. It all goes down on Tuesday, December 10th at the San Francisco Symphony (201 Van Ness Ave) in San Francisco, California.

‘Who Is Jill Scott? Words & Sounds Vol. 1’ 20th Anniversary Nationwide Tour! (@missjillscott)

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Today 3x Grammy-winning, multi-platinum singer, songwriter, poet, and entertainer Miss Jill Scott announces a nationwide, North American 2020 tour to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of her critically-acclaimed, Grammy-nominated debut album Who Is Jill Scott Words and Sounds Vol. 1. February 7, 2020, marks the kick-off date of the first leg of the tour which includes visits to many smaller markets that fans have anticipated for some time now! The second leg of the tour will come in time for Summer 2020 — adding an undeniable dose of Summer heat across states! 

Nearing twenty years since Miss Scott introduced the world to her authentic, unapologetic, sultry self, Who Is Jill Scott Words and Sounds Vol. 1, released July 18, 2000, has gone on to be regarded as an album that spawned movements of female self-empowerment and self-assuredness in music at an impressionable time where it narrowly existed — a movement that resonates to the principles of many creative artists we see today more than ever before. 

CLICK HERE FOR TOUR INFORMATION – PART ONE 

Mary J. Blige’s “My Life” Turns 25 (@maryjblige)

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Today, November 29th, marks the 25th anniversary of Mary J. Blige‘s 3x Platinum, Grammy nominated masterpiece, My Life. The record is named one of the top 500 albums of all-time by Rolling Stone, and top 100 albums of all-time by Time Magazine.

Rediscover the classic now on all streaming platforms via the following the link: https://lnk.to/MyLifeTwentyFive

Spend An Evening With Kenny Lattimore In Nashville On Dec. 12th (@kennylattimore)

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On Thursday, December 12th, R&B / soul singer Kenny Lattimore will do two back to back shows at the City Winery (609 Lafayette Street) in Nashville, Tennessee. The early show will start at 7:00 PM CST, while the late show is scheduled for 10:00 PM CST.

Tickets for both shows are available via City Winery Nashville’s website.

Have You Seen Alicia Keys’ New Video “Time Machine”? (@aliciakeys)

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A few days ago Alicia Keys shared the official video for her feel good R&B track, “Time Machine.” Released on the RCA Records label (a division of Sony Music Entertainment), “Time Machine” does exactly what the name implies; it takes us back to a different time when the world was not so chaotic and people didn’t need much to enjoy themselves.

If you have not done so as yet, click here to check out the video and remember to like, comment and share.