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HOT SHOTS: Towanda Braxton, Ciara, Monique Pressley, Clinton Portis, LaTavia Roberson, Mathew Knowles, Flo Anthony & more

Posted September 19, 2016 by jmurray

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference took place in Washington, DC this weekend and politicians, celebrities, influencers, newsmakers, scholars and voters alike gathered for what’s best described as a party with a purpose. The CBCF is the leading policy conference on issues impacting African-Americans and the global black community. More than 10,000 people […]

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Free At Last: Le’Andria Johnson & Brian Courtney Wilson Released By Mathew Knowles

Posted April 7, 2014 by jmurray

It’s been a long time coming and AlwaysAList.com has reported several stories about their challenged relationship with Mathew Knowles’, but gospel singers Le’Andria Johnson and Brian Courtney Wilson have both been released from their contracts with the troubled label Music World Gospel. Season three “Sunday Best” winner Johnson has been vocal several times via social […]

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Mathew Knowles: Music World Drama & “Sunday Best” Saga

Posted October 9, 2013 by jmurray

Mathew Knowles’ Music World record label continues to quietly be a label in turmoil. The once-thriving music empire, which now predominantly releases original gospel recordings and R&B compilations from its former label acts, has been on the market to be sold, despite Knowles’ previous denial to AlwaysAList.com. Several major record executives confirmed again to us […]

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Mathew Knowles’ Music World: A Record Label In Crisis

Posted August 24, 2012 by jmurray

It’s not a good time for Mathew Knowles’ Music World record label. In December 2011, EURweb.com broke news that Cathy Hughes’ radio juggernaut, Radio One had banned all Music World artists and songs from appearing on their cluster of stations across the country. The ban followed a lawsuit filed by Radio One’s sister company, TV […]

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