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Avant has been in the music industry for 16 years. Over the course of that time, there has been a shift in the genre and many who were once prominent artists have disappeared into obscurity. Fortunately, Avant created a list of hits that have staying power and represent the genre in its truest form. Avant…

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Sexy celebrities Omari Hardwick and Tank bring their mates to Seagram’s Gin day party at House of Blues Seagram’s Gin took over the House of Blues in New Orleans during this year’s Essence Festival. Kicking the festivities off with a day party dubbed “The Black HollyWood Explosion” and special performance to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the…

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Over the Fourth of July weekend, Hennessy V.S hosted its 7th Annual Very Special brunch during the Essence Festival in New Orleans. Invited guests were treated with a brunch spread that included shrimp and grits, chicken and waffles, a variety of breakfast favorites and specialty cocktails including the Hennessy Mango Basil Lemonade and Hennessy Raspberry Iced Tea at The Chicory. Guests were also…

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Avant Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo In order to move forward, R&B singer-songwriter Avant had to go back to the sounds of Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross and Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds where he found inspiration for his latest album, Face the Music. “I sat back and paid attention to how their music made me…

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Men typically don’t get their due when it comes to their sense of style at red carpet events. Rolling out is taking this opportunity to  give them their shine. At the 2013 Trumpet Awards, the men stepped out in style and hit the carpet in full force. Wearing tailored suits, eye-catching jackets and nice bow ties,…

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For Sisters Only 2012 was nothing short of amazing. Future rocked the place, Avant and Keke Wyatt reunited on stage, and for all the ’90s music lovers, the super group Blackstreet closed the weekend out with a performance of some of their greatest hits. It’s safe to say that if you weren’t at the Georgia…

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