In Bebe's view, this idea that we are each purposed to be here is crucial. In fact, he suggests, "It's important to find the reason why we're here. Sometimes we get lost in the craziness and don't really feel there's a reason for our lives.
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"I'm the same guy underneath whether I'm producing or writing or composing. Whatever I'm doing, it's still all music and it's still all me. I feel the same way with regards to styles of music."
(RNS) In his new book, "The Whitney I Knew," gospel artist BeBe Winans describes his 28-year friendship with singer Whitney Houston. Winans, 49, and h...
The timing is quite interesting for a collection of heartfelt, patriotic songs to help cure the nation's ills. Critically acclaimed R&B/gospel superstar BeBe Winans must agree with that sentiment.
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More than any other show in recent memory, Lost required our full attention and rewarded that sort of dedicating viewing with its singular elusive excellence.
My new film STAND reflects on Black men who "stood" for something in the past and what it means as Black men continue to "stand" for something now.
How come the majority of people vocal about violence against Rihanna have been white women? How come black women as have not come together as a collective to say enough is enough?
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