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Kenny Lattimore is always in season. His voice: lush. His style: consistently exquisite. Indeed, anytime is the right time for a Kenny Lattimore  song. It is fitting, therefore, that the Grammy  Award-nominated singer-songwriter welcomes the most wonderful time of the year with a remarkable and festive Christmas album, A Kenny Lattimore Christmas. With soulful covers of…

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Before he was a key player in gospel music, and before he was a respected artist manager and television producer, Phil Thornton was a music industry wunderkind. He was only 12 years old when he landed his first professional internship at WOWI radio in Norfolk, Virginia. By the time he graduated from high school, Thornton…

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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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Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Kenny Lattimore celebrates the most wonderful time of the year with the release of his first Christmas album, A Kenny Lattimore Christmas. Lattimore will support the album with a nationwide tour with Dave Koz. The Dave Koz Christmas Tour, which commenced on November 25 in Sarasota, Florida, will also include shows at the…

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On April 21, two time Grammy-winning songstress Lalah Hathaway shut down the house at Troubadour in Los Angeles, in front of a celebrity-filled audience. On deck for the live recording for her upcoming album, Lalah Hathaway LIVE!, celebrities including Patti LaBelle, Anita Baker, Erica Campbell, Kenny Lattimore, Daley, Laurieann Gibson, Deitrick Haddon, Yvette Nicole Brown,…

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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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Ja Rule has made it no secret that his time in prison was far from a hellish experience. In fact, he spent most of his time working on his degree and learning recipes that would inspire his upcoming cookbook. But according to a new rumor, Ja was also enjoying the semi-domestic life with his cellmate-turned-alleged-boyfriend.…

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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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President Barack Obama definitely turned heads and gained a slew of new fans when he sang a snippet Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together” at a Jan. 19 fundraising event in Harlem. But according to Obama’s No. 1 fan, first lady Michelle Obama, her hubby gives private concerts all the time, saying that he frequently serenades…

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Grey Goose Vodka served as the official sponsor for the American Black Film Festival’s Buzz Party in Atlanta, hosted by Jeff Friday, Will Packer, Roger Bobb, Kenny Burns and Chauncey Hamlett on Thursday, April 28. “The World’s Best Tasting Vodka” brought out celebrities and tastemakers to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the film festival, which…

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