15 things to do in Charlotte this September
Celebrate the end of summer with concerts, festivals, film screenings and other Charlotte happenings in September.
By Ryan Fleming | August 31, 2019
‘I’m not a businessman; I’m a business, man’: How we’re feeling about Jay-Z’s NFL partnership and backlash
Reactions mixed about the mogul's deal to to produce the Super Bowl halftime show and other NFL event entertainment.
By Kallan Louis | August 19, 2019
NABFEME returns to promote mentoring and collaborating for women in music and entertainment
The organization, which focuses on Black women in music and entertainment, restarts its Charlotte chapter led by media maven Jameka Whitten.
By Sabrina Clark | August 14, 2019
Monica, Busta Rhymes and other concerts coming to Charlotte this month
Ten R&B and hip-hop concerts stopping in the QC this month.
By Katrina Louis | August 3, 2019
Mary J. Blige and Nas’ Royalty Tour spotlights 25 years since pivotal albums
Twenty-five years is like an eternity in the music business. But, the Queen of Hip Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige, […]
By QCity Metro Staff | July 25, 2019
Carolina Black Music Month: Greg Cox
Carolina Black Music Month is spotlighting R&B singer Greg Cox, who once auditioned for Diddy's band, has kept on his journey of making beautiful music.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 20, 2019
Carolina Black Music Month: Fantasia
Multiplatinum Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Fantasia (Barrino) Taylor first captured America’s attention in 2004 as Season 3 winner of “American Idol.” […]
By QCity Metro Staff | June 17, 2019
Carolina Black Music Month: Lute
Carolina Black Music Month is spotlighting Charlotte rapper Lute, who is signed to multiplatinum-selling rapper J. Cole's Dreamville Records.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 10, 2019
Carolina Black Music Month: Ben E. King
Carolina Black Music Month is spotlighting Ben E. King. King -- a native of Henderson, N.C. -- is most known for the 1961 timeless hit “Stand By Me.”
By QCity Metro Staff | June 9, 2019
Carolina Black Music Month: Nina Simone
Carolina Black Music Month is spotlighting Nina Simone. Music from the Tryon, N.C., native spanned across genres and often included social commentary.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 7, 2019