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*On Saturday, December 14th, Foxx Follies Films presents the premier film festival screening of Tommy Ford in “The Club – To Be Forgiven, We Must Learn To Forgive” – a comedic sneak peak into the world of fantasy vs. reality. Ford portrays Reverend Lamont Holmes Jr., the pastor of a well known Church in the […]
*(New York, NY) â Erica Campbell receives Grammy nomination for BEST GOSPEL SONG, for current single âA Little More Jesus,â it was announced yesterday. Written by Erica, sister Tina Campbell and husband Warryn Campbell, âA Little More Jesus,â topped the charts this summer and captured listeners with the high-energy old school vibe, coupled with Ericaâs […]
Mary J. Blige makes a classic with âA Mary Christmasâ album release, featuring Barbra Streisand, The Clark Sisters, Jessy J and Marc Anthony *âI love Christmas. People are happier,â said nine-time Grammy Award winning Mary J. Blige about the holidays. The two-time Golden Globe Award nominee (Bobby, The Help) recently released a Christmas album, âA […]
*With almost 10 years in the rap game Flame shows no signs of burning out. The Grammy-nominated rapper, born Marcus Gray, continues to provide inspiration through his latest album, âRoyal Flush.â While the title goes with playing poker, Flame cites a deeper meaning that carries a universal message. âA lot of people in life talk […]
*Yes, Tyrese has starred in some bona fide blockbusters â most notably the âFast and Furiousâ and âTransformersâ franchises. But the singer from Los Angeles wants a role that will allow him to show people what he can really doâ¦without being interrupted by a big-budget action sequence. Although he put in dramatic work in such […]
*Naima (Jennifer Hudson) is a single-mom struggling to pay the rent on the apartment she shares with son Langston (Jacob Latimore), 15, whoâs the same age she was when she had him. Back then, she was as headstrong as he is now, which explains why she ran away from a good home in Harlem to […]