Marsha Ambrosius and Eric Benét Announce ‘M.E. Tour’ Dates

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Two of R&B’s beloved vocalists Marsha Ambrosius and Eric Benét join forces to present their joint headlining M.E. Tour. The tour will kick off on March 30 in Detroit, Mich. and will hit over 40 cities in North America including Atlanta, Houston, Baltimore, Miami and Las Vegas.

Ambrosius, who recently gave birth to a baby girl, will take her fans on a musical journey with material from her two solo albums Late Nights & Early Mornings and Friends & Lovers. She will presumably perform songs from Floetry as well. Hopefully she will give concertgoers a preview of any new music she has coming up.

Benét will be supporting his latest album, Eric Benét, which released last fall. The album’s lead single “Sunshine” reached the Top 5 on urban AC radio.

The 50-year-old singer was recently on tour with Anthony Hamilton and Lalah Hathaway last October.

Tickets for The M.E. Tour are on sale now at metour2017.com.

M.E. Tour Dates

3/30 — Detroit, MI, Sound Board
3/31 — Northfield, OH,Hard Rock Live
4/2 — Kalamazoo, MI, Kalamazoo State Theatre
4/6 — Atlanta, GA, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
4/7 — Raleigh, NC, The Ritz
4/9 — Charlotte, NC, The Fillmore
4/12 — Houston, TX, House of Blues
4/13 — New Orleans, LA, House of Blues
4/14 — Grand Prairie, TX, Verizon Theatre
4/15 — Memphis, TN, Cannon Center for the Performing Arts
4/20 — Tampa, FL, Ferguson Hall
4/21 — Miami, FL, The Fillmore
4/23 — Orlando, FL, House of Blues
4/26 — Jacksonville, FL, The Florida Theatre
4/27 — Greensboro, NC, Cone Denim Entertainment Center
4/28 — Richmond, VA, The National
4/30 — Norfolk, VA, The NorVa
5/2 — New York, NY, B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
5/3 — New York, NY, B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
5/4 — Philadelphia, PA, Keswick Theatre
5/5 — Baltimore, MD, Rams Head Live!
5/6 — Washington D.C., The Howard Theatre
5/9 — Washington D.C., The Howard Theatre
5/12 — Indianapolis, IN, Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
5/14 — Chicago, IL, The Metro
5/18 — Minneapolis, MN, State Theatre
5/19 — Kansas City, MO, Uptown Theater
5/23 — Anaheim, CA, House of Blues
5/24 — Phoenix, AZ, TBA
5/25 — Las Vegas, NV, House of Blues
5/26 — Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern
5/27 — San Diego, CA, House of Blues
6/1 — Seattle, WA, Moore Theatre
6/3 — Sacramento, CA, Crest Theatre
6/4 — San Francisco, CA, Yoshi’s
6/6 — San Francisco, CA, Yoshi’s
6/7 — San Francisco, CA, Yoshi’s
6/8 — San Francisco, CA, Yoshi’s

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Mary J. Blige Talks Golden Globe Nominations: ‘I’m Just So Grateful’

Mary J. Blige has a lot to be proud of. Blige has been nominated for two Golden Globes, including best supporting actress and best original song in the Netflix film Mudbound. 

The Queen of Hip Hop Soul spoke with The Los Angeles Times about how she felt about her nomination, which she found out about while still in bed. “This is different because [acting] is something I’ve always set out to do and I wanted to get it right and do it right,” she said. “The reward that comes with this is this nomination so I’m grateful. It feels good because I’m being nominated for something other than singing. [laughs] I don’t even know what else to say. I’m just so grateful.”

Blige also dished on what she hopes people take away from her character Florence Jackson in the film.”To be humble. To be powerful. To know who we are. Florence is like every woman. She’s the center and holds things together without getting too emotional about it,” Blige said. “She loves her family. So, I hope people know that … you can figure a way out of things. Florence was a quiet, silent power.”

Mudbound follows the story of two men – one white, one black – returning home from WWII to life on the Mississippi Delta. As their families struggle to share the land, they discover what they hold in common is more true than what tears them apart.

SoMo Announces ‘The Reservations Tour’ Dates

SoMo stays on the road. After wrapping up his The Answers Tour this year, the Texas native announces dates for The Reservations Tour. The tour will begin on February 21, 2018 in Tulsa, OK and will hit cities across the U.S. including Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Atlanta and Los Angeles, before wrapping up on April 14 in Dallas.

“Can’t wait to see new and old faces on this tour,” SoMo tweeted.

In September, he released his My Life III mixtape. “This project means so much to me! These songs poured out of my soul and I hope you enjoy them,” SoMo said.

See SoMo’s tour dates below and get tickets at officialsomo.com.

Justine Skye Announces Debut Album ‘Ultraviolet’

With three EPs and a handful of one-off singles under her belt, Justine is finally ready to deliver her debut album. The project is titled Ultraviolet and is set to release on January 19, 2018 via Roc Nation. It will include her previously released songs “U Don’t Know” featuring Wiz Kid, “Back For More” featuring Jeremih and “Don’t Think About It.”

Skye took over Apple Music’s official Instagram account to announce the exciting news and to share a few details about the project. She revealed she collaborated with PARTYNEXTDOOR on a song called “Good Love,” which will be out on Friday.

“It was just dope working with PARTY because not only is he an amazing artist, he is a fire, fire songwriter and very passionate about the projects he works on,” she said.

The Brooklyn native also mentioned track seven, “Heaven,” is the most personal to her. “‘Heaven’ I feel like is the most vulnerable song on the album,” Skye said. “I did this song with Prince Charlez and Fred Ball who did ‘Love on the Brain’ with Rihanna.”

Ultraviolet will be on pre-order starting Friday (Dec. 8). Fans who pre-order the album will get an instant download of Skye’s new track “Goodlove.”

Ultraviolet Track List
1. Wasteland
2. Goodlove
3. U Don’t Know feat. Wiz Kid
4. Back For More feat. Jeremih
5. Don’t Think About It
6. You Got Me
7. Heaven
8. Push Ya
9. Lil Boy
10. Ultraviolet

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