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Review: Jamaica reggae star Chronixx makes stunning debut
Music Review: Chronixx's 15-track debut album, 'Chronology,' is a mix of relatively old and new songs that show how far he can stretch _ and it turns out he can stretch wonderfully
Celebrating national ice cream month at Emack & Bolio's
ABC News' Brad Mielke heads to Emack & Bolio's in Brooklyn in celebration of national ice cream month.
Lester rocked as Cubs lose 14-3 to Pirates
Jon Lester rocked for 10 runs in 1st inning as Chicago Cubs lose 14-3 to Pittsburgh Pirates
Beyonce posts moving online tribute to husband Jay-Z
The power couple still seems "Crazy in Love" in the candid footage featured in Bey's new video, "Die with you," and why this song could be her most personal yet.
Musician Robert Randolph on using his music to uplift others
ABC News' Paula Faris interviews singer Robert Randolph about his new album and style of music.
'GMA' Lunch Break with Chef Andre Fowles
Morning FaceBook. Again here and I am so excited for today I hear what's Andre else think he's already gotten us welcome news think you so much so. We are back with a brand new edition of C and it looks great. It's gotta be good today so there's no food in front of it yet that's because I wanted to
Michael Jackson Tops Highest-Earning Dead Celebrities List
The King of Pop is still the king of the hill in terms of earning power, even years after his 2009 death. According to Forbes -- by leaps and bounds -- Jackson is the highest-earning dead celebrity, with a 2016 take of $825 million. Jackson's closest competition wasn't even in the same ballpark:
Hawaiian Singer-Songwriter Justin Young Talks Diverse Musical Influences
Justin Young has come a long way from singing in the closet because he didn’t want his neighbors to hear. The Oahu-born singer/songwriter had previously harbored boyhood dreams of playing for the NFL, but he soon turned his focus to music, calling it a “slightly more realistic goal.” It stuck.
Hawaiian Artist Anuhea Traces Island Reggae Influences
Anuhea Jenkins has made a name for herself as an island reggae singer, but she says her career could have taken a completely different direction. When she was growing up, the Hawaii native who goes by just her first name professionally, always loved to sing but thought she would follow in the
Interview With the Band Magic!
ABC News' Andrea Dresdale talks with the Canadian band about their new album, Primary Colours.