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Deborah Cox Talks About Recording for the Whitney Biopic on Lifetime


Power house & 90s R&B sensation Deborah Cox, most notable for songs like Nobody’s supposed to be here, Things just ain’t the same,  Where do we go from here and We Can’t be friends featuring RL from Next, sat down with WBLS FM 107.5 to discuss becoming the vocalist behind the songs featured in lifetime’s Whitney Houston biopic, directed by academy-award nominee Angela Bassett. 171 more words

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VOTE: Top 10 All-Time Favorite National Anthem Performances

The “big game” is coming up soon and one of the most anticipated and critiqued parts of the game (from a music standpoint) is the singing of our National Anthem. 68 more words


#ListenTo 8 Quintessential Birit Songs

Since we’re all sad from what went down at this year’s (or last year’s) Miss Universe pageant, the best remedy for our sadness is singing. … 362 more words


The Whitney Movie: Blatant Disrespect of an American Icon

Someone needs to ban Lifetime Network from doing biopic movies because “Whitney” was yet another failure. It was almost as tragic as her real life. Fortunately, it wasn’t a complete utter disgrace like last year’s Aaliyah movie, but for someone as iconic as Whitney Houston, this movie was quite disastrous. 442 more words

Social Consciousness

'Waiting To Exhale' Sequel Is A Done Deal!

During a recent interview with Terry McMillan she talked about a “Waiting To Exhale” sequel. The 1995 hit film  starring Whitney Houston, Angela Basset, Loretta Devine, and Lela Rochon was based on the friendship on these four ladies and their love lives. 71 more words

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‘Waiting to Exhale’ Sequel is ‘Dead in the Water’ Says Terry McMillan

All hopes for a big screen sequel to Terry McMillan’s “Waiting to Exhale” have been squashed by the author herself.

Chatting with S2Smagazine.com, McMillan confessed that no progress has been seriously made since the 1995 original. 299 more words


Star Spangled Banner

OK, OK… it is not a song so to speak, but I absolutely love, love, LOVE the American National Anthem ‘Star Spangled Banner’. Not only do I love it, but to have one of my favourite artists of all time sing it ~ Whitney Houston ~ makes me want to stand up and say “Yes, I’m proud to be American!” even though I am proud to be British. 458 more words