by Ms. Black Hollywood,
Reunited & It Feels So Good The 2018 Stellar Gospel Music Awards are being hailed as a stellar night in gospel music. This year’s annual show in Las Vegas at the Orleans Arena featured a reunion that gospel music fans have been waiting for. Sisters Erica and Tina Campbell are each dynamic individuals, but when the soulful sisters sing in harmony they become the dynamic duo known as Mary Mary. According to Rolling Out Magazine, “for the first time in more than six years” the sisters are reunited for this year’s Stellar Awards. Rolling Out says other highlights of the this year’s awards show include “an all-star tribute to the late, great Edwin Hawkins” and “multi-platinum rapper Snoop Dogg performing material from his new gospel album, Bible of Love.” You can catch all the performances when the Stellar Awards air Good Friday on TV One at 9pm.
The “Rapture” Is Coming to Netflix Easter Weekend Netflix drops its new docuseries “Rapture” appropriately enough on Good Friday. The eight episodesseries explores the world of hip-hop through the eyes of different rap stars including Nas, 2 Chainz, T.I. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie and Logic who share how music has impacted their lives. “Rapture” creators say they wanted to show the world what hip-hop today is about and let viewers hear some of the voices that are shaping the genre. The series will showcase rappers from New York to North Carolina and show how women are more of a presence in the culture than you might think. Overall, the creators say they hope to “elevate the way people look at hip-hop or how hip-hop is treated.” All eight episodes of season one of the Netflix original series “Rapture” will start streaming Friday, March 30.