As I grow older, I try not to judge, but when I read that producer Stevie J and singer Faith Evans got married, I admittedly rolled my eyes into calling-the-cops (i.e., white) territory.
Before I headed to Los Angeles for the BET Awards this weekend, I decided to test my old-person “stay awake” abilities by going to the premiere party for Netflix and Marvel’s Luke Cage series Thursday night before my flight.
The King & I, the recently released duets album between Faith Evans and her late husband, the Notorious B.I.G., was conceived with a strong sense of purpose.
Fans of ’90s hip-hop/R&B can break out their Timbs, phillies and 40s! Singer Faith Evans (not Hill, CNN) will release an album of duets with her late husband the Notorious B.I.G. 20 years after his murder in Los Angeles.
Eleven years ago, in the summer of 2005, I was given an assignment: a cover story on Faith Evans. She had a new album dropping that had great buzz. She had also dropped a stunning amount of weight and the VIBE staff decided to bless her with another cover.