On Aug. 10, the multi-Grammy Award winner brought her Reputation World tour to Atlanta for a two-night engagement at the brand-new Mercedes Benz Superdome. The nearly-sold out shows marked her 13th time performing in the city, also making her the first artist to perform multiple nights. (Jay Z and Beyoncé, who had their own two-night residency this month, would be the second batch of entertainers to share this honor.) Swift brought along gal-pals Charlie XCX and Camila Cabello as her supporting artists.
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Grammy-nominated singer Mali Music performs at 1st and 23rd in Birmingham, Ala.
Ty Hunter, former stylist to Beyonce, emcees the inaugural Magic City Fashion Week in Birmingham, Ala.
Love Moor is proudly black, but not the biggest fan of other labels, especially when it comes to her music. In fact, it’s her least favorite question. If she had to describe her genre, it would be a happy medium of hip hop, R&B, soul with a hint of Caribbean. But that’s putting it lightly.
Her sound, an amalgamation of various flavors, has been dubbed by friends and critics as Neo Soul. For the singer, it’s just vibe music. With seven years in the business, things are looking good for Moor.
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Vance Joy performs at 2018 Sloss Music & Arts Festival in Birmingham, Ala.
Hordes of attendees flooded Sloss Furnace National Landmark for PrideFest, a day-long event that celebrates the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning community. The festival, held on June 10, closed out the week of events held by Central Alabama Pride, Inc., which included special performances from RuPaul’s Drag Race Veterans Derrick Barry, Kimora Blac, and Chad Michaels.
After several postponed dates in 2015 for her Unbreakable Tour, Janet Jackson’s rebranded “State of the World” extravaganza, birthing a new concept and message, rolled into the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Center on Saturday.
The five-time Grammy Award-winning pop-star took center stage at the Legacy Arena, setting it ablaze with captivating visuals, piercing white lights and flashing projections speaking directly to the current state of the country’s hot issues [racism, bigotry, violence], and surmounting injustices across the globe.
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