15 Jun BET Features – March – June 2023
Diddy’s Love Records Signee Jozzy Is Ready For Superstardom
The singer tells BET how she linked up with Diddy, and what listeners can expect from her music.
House Goddess Crystal Waters Looks Into Her Past While Embracing The Genre’s Present Explosion
Allen Stone Lives In His Own Positively Authentic World
How Leon Thomas Pushed Himself As A Musician While Acting
The actor/singer/songwriter recently released his latest single ‘Crash & Burn’ from his debut album ‘Electric Dusk’.
How Toni Braxton Turned An Autoimmune Disease Into A Superpower
The singer is partnering with Aurinia Pharmaceuticals for their kidney health-focused Get Uncomfortable campaign during Lupus Awareness Month in May.
Baby Rose: Leading the R&B/Soul Scene with Unforgettable Vocals
The singer/songwriter talks about her new album ‘Through and Through.’
Sony Brings The Negro Leagues Into The Digital Era Through ‘MLB The Show 23’
The cultural twist to the annual baseball sim video game blends education with entertainment as MLB Opening Day arrives.
Ambré Hopes To Show A Different Side Of New Orleans Through Her Unique Take On R&B
BET’s Amplified Artist is setting the stage for her latest project, ‘Who’s Loving You?,’ on June 16.
The Birth of Hip-Hop: From Block Parties to Global Phenomenon
Our latest Black Music Month feature explores the culture that influenced the world through emceeing, breaking, deejaying, and more.
Funk: Groove, Rhythm, and Revolution
James Brown may have been the “Godfather of Soul,” but he would lead the charge for a new genre that would change music forever.
Chris Crack: Chicago’s Free Associative Hip-Hop Outsider With a Fanbase He Says Rivals the Barbs
The rapper talks about releasing the “Battery Operated Simps” album and upcoming releases slated for this year.
Reggae: The Voice of Jamaica
For Black Music Month, we discuss the roots of reggae from The Techniques to Bob Marley and the Wailers.
Motown: The Soundtrack of Young America
For Black Music Month, we examine the groundbreaking record label that gave us everyone from Marvin Gaye to Stevie Wonder and The Jackson 5.
Soul Music: The Sound of the Civil Rights Movement
For Black Music Month, we explore how soul music moved the civil rights movement.
Jazz: The Sound of New Orleans and Beyond
We look into the improvisational genre that started in New Orleans for this Black Music Month feature.
The Birth of the Blues: From the Mississippi Delta to Chicago
We discuss the genre’s history with Grammy Award-winning blues artist Kingfish for Black Music Month.
The Spirituals: Songs of Sorrow, Hope, and Freedom
Our next chapter in celebrating Black Music Month examines how enslaved Black people turned subjugation into triumph through music.
The African Connection: Unveiling the Vibrant Tapestry of Traditional African Music
For our first Black Music Month feature, we look into the rich tapestry of music from the motherland.
RAYE Discusses The Hard Road To Genre-Busting ‘My 21st Century Blues’
The UK-based singer/songwriter talks about being an indie artist and her music process.
Inglewood Rapper KXNG D.O.P.E. Gives Insight On New Single ‘Big Dawg’
From frequent high school performances to selling his own merch, the West Coast indie artist is in a league of his own.
HBO’s ‘The Last Of Us’ Merle Dandridge Discusses Her Nerves Adapting Game Character
The actress has built mainstream recognition that’s split between voice-over and television work.