Ava DuVernay, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, and Marian Wright Edelman were honored by the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Veteran music industry exec and legendary music producer Clive Davis received the NAACP’s Vanguard Award during this year’s NAACP Image Awards. The Vanguard Award which recognizes an individual “whose groundbreaking work increases understanding and awareness of racial and social issues.” Davis realized that African-Americans were being “pigeon-holed” as R&B artists, losing out on monetary gains and, […]
Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances dropped today, and during an exclusive interview with Interactive One’s chief content and creative officer Smokey Fontaine, megaproducer Clive Davis said in the CD/DVD the late pop legend is “on fire.” Find out in the video above which performance Davis called “jaw-dropping.”
If you caught VH1’s recent biopic of megagroup TLC, “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story,” then you know about the scene when the trio stormed the office of Arista Records chief Clive Davis. Upset that they had only made $50,000 from CrazySexyCool, an album that had sold over 10 million copies, the women decided to take matters into […]
Clive Davis (pictured), the man who discovered or signed such musical icons as Whitney Houston and Alicia Keys, revealed to talk show host Katie Couric on her eponymous show on Tuesday that he is in fact a bisexual, according to The Hollywood Reporter. SEE ALSO: Christopher Dorner: Supporters Protest In Front Of LAPD Headquarters Davis, whose marriage […]
The daughter of the late Whitney Houston believes she is the only real choice to star in a film about the life of the legendary singer. Rihanna has recently expressed interest in starring in a Houston biopic. Singer Robin Thicke also publicly stated that he thinks his wife, actress Paula Patton, would be an excellent choice to play […]
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammy gala was an evening that included a saucy and touching tribute from Cher, sizzling performances from the likes of Mumford & Sons, Cee Lo Green and Jennifer Hudson, and the typical array of dazzling superstars in attendance.
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