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Kenny Lattimore has released his ninth studio album, Vulnerable. The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter enlisted “Love Me Back” producer Dra-kkar Wesley to oversee the 10-track project that serves up several soulful tracks that prove real love songs never go out of style. Vulnerable finds Lattimore in his sweet spot; a cross between classic R&B and ’80s-inspired soul that instantly…

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The 2015 Texas Black Expo kicks off June 11 with a professional networking and recruiting reception at 6 p.m. at the Hilton Americas Hotel. This is an opportunity to engage with the top business professionals and organizations in Texas. The TBE has partnered with The National Black MBA Association and National Black Engineers and other notable…

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This week on “R&B Divas LA,” Chrisette Michele abruptly told the rest of her cast mates that she was taking a break from the show to deal with her tumultuous personal life and burgeoning record label. But rumor has it that Michele isn’t just taking a break; she’s reportedly left the show for good. After…

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Judging from the recent “R&B Divas LA” reunion, Chrisette Michele and Chante Moore couldn’t dislike each other any more than they already do. But according to Michele, things between her and Moore aren’t as bad as they seem, and they’ve even worked to hash out their differences. During Wednesday night’s airing of part two of…

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This past Saturday, Wolf Creek continued to bring more music to their fans. This is the second of three Jazz Series at Wolf Creek. The show started with great sounds of contemporary jazz musician Joey Sommerville playing great smooth jazz setting the tone of the evening. Algebra hit the stage singing many of her hits including…

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The first show of the Jazz Series kicked off this past Saturday with artists, Ruben Studdard, Mike Phillips, Ken Ford and Noel Gourdin. There are three jazz shows in the series to keep guests entertained by the smooth jazz sounds. The next Jazz series will be Sept. 20, with Chanté Moore, who is also a cast member…

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The temperatures are finally rising in Chicago, and what better way to kick back and start your summer off right than with a few awesome concerts? Chicago is known to have some of the best concerts and festivals for people of all ages to enjoy. Check out this list of what’s going down this summer.…

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VH1 to release Aaliyah biopic this summer Last fall, Aaliyah’s uncle and former manager, Barry Hankerson had the Web going crazy after he shared a series of tweets revealing that VH1 was flirting around with the idea of producing a biopic of his late niece, slated for release this summer. While fans seemed interested in…

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Happy 47th birthday Chante Moore! Moore, an R&B singer of hits whose hits include “Old School Lovin,” “Alright” and “I’m What You Need,” grew up in a gospel-singing family and learned to sing in church. By high school, she decided she wanted to make a career out of singing. She dedicated her 1999 single “Chanté’s…

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TV One’s One Christmas special  On Saturday, November 30, 8pm/ET, TV One will premiere its original holiday variety show special “One Christmas” co-hosted by husband-and-wife duo DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good. The two hour special will feature performances by Anthony Hamilton, Ron and Ernie Isley, Syleena Johnson, Kem, Ledisi, Lil’ Mo, Chanté Moore, Marvin Sapp, Richard Smallwood, Angie…

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Undoubtedly, one of the most awkward moments on the “R&B Divas LA” reunion show was when host Wendy Williams asked Chante Moore if her ex-husband, Kenny Lattimore, is secretly gay. During the show, Moore refused to answer the question, but she recently opened up with Juicy Magazine on the matter and shared her opinions on the rumors. “I don’t know where…

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