Marvin Gaye

A post office named “Marvin Gaye?” Oh yeah, why not? Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) introduced legislation to designate the post office located at 4040 West Washington Boulevard (Los Angeles) in honor of late great singer/performer. Marvin Gaye’s music has transcended generations and gave 70s and 80s a sound,” said Rep. Bass. “I’m proud to have […]

Forget about the saying “made for TV” this joint right here was made for a “GRAMMY”!! Just in case you missed this weeks Fox Empire, Mariah Carey joined the cast/show as a singer named Kitt. The story here though isn’t her acting, but the duet that she performed with Jussie Smollett AKA Jamal Lyon. The […]

    BridgetEE BlogHouse  Geraldo Rivera tried to slam Kendrick Lamar, as well as hip-hop as a whole, after the Compton rapper’s performance at the…

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Jan Gaye, wife of the late soul singer Marvin Gaye, joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to talk about her new book, After the Dance: My…

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A Motown memorabilia collector lucked up on a rare find as he rummaged through some records at the Detroit garage sale held by the family…

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Anna Gordy Gaye, the ex-wife of legendary Motown crooner Marvin Gaye, passed away early Friday morning at her Los Angeles home surrounded by her family,…

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For years, Marvin Gaye fans have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of his biopic and they may finally get to see it soon. Yesterday, a…

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Recording industry mega-stars Robin Thicke (pictured left), T.I. (Clifford Harris, Jr., pictured center), and Pharrell Williams (pictured) have reportedly come together to file a lawsuit against Marvin Gaye’s…

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    This week Sam Sylk is guest starring on WZAK and welcomed in the studio Zeola Gaye, the sister and screenplay writer of “My Brother Marvin…

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Find out everything you ever wanted to know about Marvin Gaye before you see the play “My Brother Marvin”. Click here for show times and…

via Huffington Post What’s going on? Not much, just Marvin Gaye’s son expressing his displeasure at the recent news that his father’s life is being turned into a biopic starring Lenny Kravitz. “The producers and directors of this film are very wrong and shameful,” Marvin Gaye III told TMZ. “[They’re] trying to do a film […]

With the increasing number of films aimed towards black audiences in the early 1970s, filmmakers realized that they couldn’t turn to Henry Mancini to provide the musical backdrops for these movies.