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Full Coverage: Vanity Fair Gets Diverse For Hollywood Issue

In 2010, I wrote an open letter in my former column at AOL Black Voices to Vanity Fair harshly criticizing them for their lack of diversity. At the time, the famed glossy had unveiled its 16th annual Vanity Fair Hollywood ...
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Donnie Simpson: Ready To Return To Radio

In January 2010, former BET host Donnie Simpson left his post as morning show host on Washington, DC’s WPGC 95.5 FM after 17 years. On March 14, 2011, I reported for the now defunct AOL Black Voices that Simpson “struck ...
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One More Try: Michael Jackson Protégés Brownstone Reuniting Again

This week in Atlanta, Brownstone singer Nicci Gilbert-Daniels appeared on radio personality Egypt’s mid-day show on V-103 to announce that the group would be reuniting for a tour. This is Brownstone’s second attempt at a reunion effort. On Oct. 1, ...
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Landon Brown: Bobby Brown’s Son Talks Whitney’s Death, Tabloid Tales ...

Bobby Brown’s oldest son Landon Brown got a crash-course in fame in 2008 when the National Enquirer posted a story with a headline that read: “Stepson: Life with Whitney Houston Was A Nightmare.” The tabloid spoke to Landon about growing ...
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Throwback Thursday: Preacher’s Kid PJ Morton Sings About Love

PJ Morton is a Grammy Award-winning writer/producer, member of the pop band Maroon 5 and newly signed solo artist to Young Money Entertainment’s new R&B division, Soothe Your Soul Entertainment. The 31-year-old entertainer spent years developing a following as an ...
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Throwback Thursday: Interview With “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta” Star Stevie ...

Music producer Stevie J is generating a lot of buzz for his philandering ways and controversial antics on VH1’s lowbrow reality series “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta.” I interviewed Stevie J (real name: Steven Jordan) back in July 2002 and even ...
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Splitsville: En Vogue Battle In Online Feud

The on-again, off-again, on-again 90’s R&B girl group En Vogue is officially on the outs again! The female quartet – made up of Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron, Maxine Jones and Dawn Robinson – has had many incarnations since making their debut in ...