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Essence announces it will postpone Essence Fest of Culture until "closer to the fall"

David Becker/Getty Images for Park MGMDespite previously announcing that it was still planning to move forward with its 2020 Essence Festival of Culture amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, Essence Communications has now decided to postpone the annual event.

In a new statement, Essence says that after weeks of monitoring "the unfolding developments and updated information from the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and public health agencies," it will now move the fest to closer to the fall.

"As we previously indicated, we were already moving forward with identifying and securing alternate dates and will be prepared to announce those shortly," the statement reads. "We are excited to share that previously announced talent will remain in our line-up for the postponed dates, and we will honor all tickets sold for prior scheduled performances."

"Continue to visit Essencefestival.com for new updates," the message adds.

“The Essence Festival of Culture is a beloved and highly-anticipated time of year in the City of New Orleans,” said New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell in a statement.

“At the forefront of everything we do, public health and public safety are always our top priorities. With the significant spread of COVID-19, we are taking every precaution in the best interest of our residents, visitors, and all who attend and make ESSENCE the worldwide phenomenon that it is."

As previously reported, this year's Essence Fest, to be hosted by comedian Loni Love, includes powerhouse headliners Janet Jackson and Bruno Mars. It also celebrates Essence's 50th anniversary as a magazine.

Other entertainers scheduled to perform are Raphael Saadiq, Janelle Monae, Patti LaBelle, Jidenna, Ari Lennox, Estelle and many more.

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Rapper Scarface tests positive for COVID-19: "Don’t play no games with it"

Tibrina Hobson/Getty ImagesDuring a live-streamed interview with Geto Boys cohort Willie D., rapper Scarface revealed that he's tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.

The Houston rap legend described receiving his test results on Wednesday after being in and out of the hospital for weeks with numerous symptoms: vomiting, fever, pneumonia, and kidney failure. He explained that he was actively practicing social distancing, yet he still contracted the virus.

"Don’t play no games with it," he said. "I haven’t been nowhere. I’ve been in my house. I ain’t been on no planes, I ain’t been in no restaurants. People out there thinking this is a game? You don’t want to play with this."

Scarface said he went from having pneumonia in both his lungs to his kidneys failing three or four days later, noting, "I’ve been to the point where I felt I was gonna die."

After his condition improved, Scarface was allowed to finish his recovery at home.

To end the conversation, Scarface said, "This is something I want to leave everybody with: My life is real reserved. I don’t go nowhere. I ain’t been to the Grand Canyon, I don’t go jump out of helicopters. But I’m finna go live now. I’m just glad to be alive, man. I can’t wait to go out and suck up some of this sunshine."

Considered one of the best lyricists in hip hop, Scarface has also released 11 solo albums in addition to his work with the Geto Boys.

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Usher set to executive produce Quibi dance competition series

ABC/Image Group LAUsher is bringing his dance moves to the Quibi streaming service with a dance competition series titled The Sauce. The singer will serve as an executive producer and judge on the show. 

Dancing duo Ayo & Teo will serve as the show's hosts, going city to city to find the dancer with the most sauce. Each week, two teams go head-to-head for a chance to win $25,000. 

"Dance continues to drive much of our popular culture in increasingly more meaningful ways, and I can’t wait to help these young dancers express their extraordinary talent and vision," Usher said in a statement reported by Deadline. "I’m excited to be working with Quibi and The Front, who share my vision for cutting-edge, culture-forward content and have created an innovative platform to recognize incredibly gifted dancers from across the nation."

Ayo and Teo went viral in 2016 with their self-taught dance moves, earning an invitation to be in Usher’s music video for "No Limit" and later Chris Brown's "Party" video. 

The Sauce joins the list of series that will be released on Quibi, Friday, April 6. This includes revivals of MTV shows like Punk’d, hosted by Chance the Rapper, and Singled Out, hosted by Keke Palmer. On Elba vs. Block, Idris Elba goes head-to-head with professional rally driver Kenneth Block performing driving stunts.

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Michael B. Jordan says focus of 'Just Mercy' is Supreme Court litigator Bryan Stevenson

ABC/Paula LoboMichael B. Jordan is giving fans another reason to tune into his legal drama Just Mercy, now that it's available for streaming.

Prior to its 2019 Christmas Day release, Jordan told ABC Audio that the film, which is based on attorney Bryan Stevenson’s 2014 New York Times best-selling memoir of the same name, isn't just about Stevenson's clients, but rather the civil right's activist real-life journey to help others get proper legal representation.

Jordan, who plays the attorney in Just Mercy, says Stevenson worked to make time for him, even though he was was "extremely busy."

"He was in and out of the Supreme Court, fighting cases," Jordan reveals. "The very thing that this movie is based on everyday. And which is amazing."

Like Jordan says, Just Mercy centers on Stevenson fighting for justice for his clients. One particular client, played by Jamie Foxx, is Walter McMillian, a young black man sentenced to death in 1987 in Alabama for a crime he didn't commit.

"But he still found time to come to set and answer my phone calls and text messages," Jordan continues, referring to Stevenson. "And, you know, allowing me to kind of be a sponge. He allowed me to come jump in his back pocket and follow him around as much as I could. So I spent a fair share amount of time with him getting to know him and the work that he's doing." (AUDIO IS ABC 1-ON-1)

Just Mercy, also starring O'Shea Jackson Jr., Rob Morgan and Brie Larson, is now available to stream.

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Cicely Tyson to return to 'How to Get Away With Murder' for final season

Amy Sussman/Getty Images95-year-old Cicely Tyson is staying booked and busy. After being featured as a series regular on OWN's anthology series, Cherish the Day, Tyson is headed back to primetime for a second stint on ABC's How to Get Away With Murder.

Deadline has learned that the legendary star will reprise her role as Ophelia Harkness, the mother of Viola Davis' Annalise Keating, for the second half of the sixth and final season.

As you may recall, Tyson first appeared as the dementia-ridden Ophelia in the first season. Her portrayal earned her three Emmy nominations.

Additionally, Deadline reports that Anne-Marie Johnson has also been tapped to recur in the second half of HTGAWM's final season. She will play Kenda Strauss, the chic, high-powered defense attorney of Michaela Pratt, played by Aja Naomi King.

Johnson’s new gig officially marks her return to Shondaland after appearing on Grey’s Anatomy and the short-lived For the People

How to Get Away With Murder returns Thursday, April 2 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Mariah Carey celebrates 50th "life anniversary" by recording a new song

ABC/Image Group LAMariah Carey is celebrating her 50th birthday – or “life anniversary” as she prefers to call it -- by recording a new song at her home studio.

The singer shared a fresh-faced selfie on Instagram Friday, showing herself standing in front of a microphone with headphones around her neck. “Starting 327 with a new song,” she wrote, adding, “#stayhome.”

She also gave an Instagram shoutout to some of her fellow artists who were born under the same sign as she was.

“Happy anniversaries to all my super-talented fellow Aries!! Cheers!!!” she wrote, tagging Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, Elton John, Celine Dion, Fergie and Lady Gaga.

Mariah’s boyfriend Brian Tanaka, meanwhile, posted a birthday tribute to Mariah on his Instagram Story, featuring a photo of the two of them from the lock screen on his phone, screencapped at 3:27 on 3/27. He included the hashtag #HappyAnniversary, with confetti emojis.

He also encouraged his followers to participate in the #AlwaysBeMyBabyChallenge on TikTok and share it in honor of Mariah's special day, and posted many of their submissions on his Story.

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Rihanna makes her return to music on PARTYNEXTDOOR's "Believe It"

ABC/Lou Rocco; Daniel PrakopcykFans have waited the past three years for new music from Rihanna: Now we've got her first feature since 2017's N.E.R.D. collab, "Lemon."

Today, Rihanna releases the empowering new anthem "Believe It" with PARTYNEXTDOOR; it's featured on the OVO artist's new album PARTYMOBILE.  The two have previously worked together on ANTI's "Work" and "Sex With Me."

PARTYMOBILE is the Canadian star's most vulnerable work yet. The title of the 15-track project is a nod to the inspiration behind it.

"This album was inspired by the experience you get when riding in your car and you're listening to music by yourself," he said in a statement. "It is the soundtrack for those late drives."

Previous singles "The News,"Split Decision," and Drake-assisted "Loyal" are also featured on PARTYMOBILE, which also includes a "Loyal" remix featuring Bad Bunny.

In addition to his own music, PARTYNEXTDOOR has also written hits for Summer WalkerZAYNUsherNe-Yo and more. 

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Quality Control Music CEO Pierre "P" Thomas supports Atlanta families with free groceries amid coronavirus crisis

Rich Polk/Getty Images for Capitol Music GroupCEO Pierre "P" Thomas and his label Quality Control Music are continuing their efforts to give back to their community in Metro Atlanta, helping families in need during this critical time of economic uncertainty.

With support from both his label and GOODR, which helps distribute unused food to the hungry that would otherwise be wasted, Thomas will provide 1,000 Atlanta families with groceries.

Thousands of people are out of work and unemployment applications last week exceeding three million because of the COVID-19 coronavirus.  "This Global Pandemic has majorly affected the Global economy that the US was not prepared for," P wrote on Instagram.  "We're not in a time for us to be greedy, rather we're in a time to pay-it-forward any way we can. We see you and are here for you."

Each day up to 100 residents of the Metro Atlanta area will be chosen to receive donations. Deliveries begin on Monday, March 30, and families with children and seniors are encouraged to submit a request form today.

The partnership was announced just hours after P revealed on Twitter that he wanted to help supply families in Atlanta with essentials like groceries, diapers and formula milk for babies.  "It's a rough time but we will get through this," he tweeted.

The move was highly supported in the comments by other Atlanta natives like Gucci Mane, DC Young Fly, and Trouble

Thomas founded Quality Control Music with Kevin "Coach K" Lee in 2013, signing MigosLil BabyCity GirlsLil Yatchy and a roster of chart-topping artists.

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Ari Lennox drops 'Shea Butter Baby Remix EP' with Doja Cat, Smino and Durand Bernarr

Randy HendersonDreamville’s Ari Lennox set the R&B world on fire with her debut EP Shea Butter Baby last year. The singer  has blessed us once again releasing a remixed version of her highly-acclaimed EP, boasting features from Durand Bernarr and Smino and production credits from label head J. Cole.

The remixed EP features an alternate version of her platinum single, "BMO" with a guest appearance from Doja CatDon't be alarmed, the soulful vibe from Ari's esteemed vocals are still present, including remakes of “I Been” and “Facetime.”

Shea Butter Babythe follow up to 2016's PHO, was released last May, featuring the gold-certified title track with J. Cole, "New Apartment," "Whipped Cream," and the steamy track "Up Late."  Ari went on to headline her sold-out Shea Butter Baby Tour before joining Lizzo’s Cuz I Love You Tour.

Lennox and her Dreamville labelmates dropped off their Grammy-nominated Revenge of the Dreamers III compilation album last June.

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Aretha Franklin biopic 'Respect' starring Jennifer Hudson pushed back until Christmas Day

MGMWe're going to have to wait a little bit longer to see Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin in the highly anticipated biopic Respect.

The film, which was set to open wide October 9, will now head to a Christmas Day release to qualify for awards season consideration. It will then expand in theaters on January 8, with a wide release on January 15.

Directed by acclaimed stage director Liesl TommyRespect follows Franklin's rise to superstardom, from her childhood singing gospel in her father's church to her emergence as one of the most powerful and influential voices in soul and R&B.

The cast includes Forest Whitaker as C.L. FranklinMarlon Wayans as Ted WhiteMary J. Blige as Dinah Washington, and Tituss Burgess as Rev. Dr. James Cleveland.

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Aries Spears explains why "nothing's off limit in comedy": "Laughter is pain and pain is laughter"

Courtesy of Aries SpearsLike other comedians around the world, Aries Spears is doing his best to make people laugh even during these trying times.

That's why it's not surprising that the MADtv alum and master impersonator, who recently posted some hilarious impersonations on his Instagram, told ABC Audio that when it comes to comedy, "Nothing's off limits." 

"No, but timing is everything in comedy," Spears clarifies. "If it's some tragic that just happened, you might want to hold up. But at some point, time heals."

"So, you've got to move forward," he continues. "And, you know, that's why the whole thing about laughter is pain and pain is laughter: The two go together."

Spears' thoughts on the importance of laughter definitely ring true for today. Since the news broke of the COVID-19 pandemic, the comedian-actor has been consistently posting funny videos and impersonations to help fans get through the difficult time.

"You know, no matter what goes on in your life, you've got to at some point figure out how to laugh at it to move on," he says. "Or, to take the sting off of it. So, yeah, no, nothing's off limits."

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Alicia Keys reveals her insecurities: "I've been putting on a mask"


She may be a global superstar who's won a shelf full of Grammys, but Alicia Keys reveals she has insecurities just like everyone. While sharing an excerpt from her new book More Myself: A Journey, the chart-topping singer sat down with People to discuss the self-doubt she's held onto since her childhood.

Throughout her 20-year career, Alicia Keys has evolved from the girl with the braids who sang ‘Fallin,'” to a powerhouse writer, producer, songwriter, entrepreneur, philanthropist, wife and mother.  But in More Myself, she details her lifelong struggle to love herself: a struggle that started when she was a kid growing up in New York's Hell's Kitchen with an absentee father. 

"For me, a seed of worthlessness was planted in childhood," she writes. "As well-intentioned as [my father] Craig [Cook] was, and as much as he was dealing with in his own life, his absence impacted me in ways I’m still uncovering. It left a hole in me."

It was during the peak of her career in 2006, Keys says, that she came to a realization.

"I was building my life around this image of perfection, and it was really oppressive," she shares. "I was clearly a woman who wanted to talk about truth and empowerment and strength, but when I really looked at myself, I realized that my whole life, I’ve kind of been putting on a mask."

These days, Alicia is confidently moving towards becoming who she truly wants to be. 

"I feel more like an open book. That’s a beautiful thing," she notes.

Alicia recently postponed her book tour and her upcoming album ALICIA.  

The audio version of More Myself: A Journey is available today. The physical book is coming out Friday, March 31. 

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NY Governor Andrew Cuomo thanks Rihanna for donating protective equipment to help fight COVID-19

Noam Galai/FilmMagic - ABC/Lou RoccoIt's not Thanksgiving, but New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is still giving thanks.

The 62-year-old politician took to Twitter on Thursday to share his gratitude for the numerous organizations and individuals who have assisted the state of New York in dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak. One of those organizations is Rihanna's Clara Lionel Foundation.

"I want to thank @rihanna and the Rihanna Foundation for donating Personal Protective Equipment to New York State," Cuomo tweeted. "We're so appreciative of your help and that of so many others who have stepped up."

The 32-year-old singer's foundation donated $5 million in an effort to help fight the coronavirus pandemic and "prepare communities w/ critical protective gear, medical supplies, equipment and access to food across multiple regions."

Rihanna's acknowledgment was the last tweet in a five-part series of thank you's. Among the many others who Cuomo recognized were Facebook, Walmart, Wayfair, and Keurig. 

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Bruno Mars donates $1 million to MGM employees displaced by COVID-19

Slaven Vlasic/FilmMagicIt was revealed on Thursday that over three million Americans filed for unemployment this week as businesses across the nation shutter due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  MGM employees who are temporarily out of work are thanking Bruno Mars who stepped up and donated $1 million of his own money to help those struggling make ends meet.

The "Grenade" artist had been performing a limited Vegas residency at The Park Theater at Park MGM since 2016.

As reported by ET Canada, Mars made his sizeable donation to the MGM Resorts Foundation.  A portion of his money will also go toward the Employee Emergency Grant Fund and the Children’s Medical Support Fund.

A representative explained why Bruno felt compelled to help those displaced by the pandemic, announcing on Thursday, "The people at MGM have given Bruno Mars the rare opportunity to be able to continuously gig while he’s in the creative process of working on his next album."

The rep for the "Uptown Funk" singer went on, "With the closures across Las Vegas, Bruno wanted to show his appreciation to the amazing employees" because they "help make these shows possible."

Mars also expressed that he hopes that the employees will be able to safely return to work soon so they can continue "having fun together."

CEO and President of MGM Resorts International Bill Hornbuckle spoke for all his employees while expressing his sincere gratitude to the singer.  "We consider Bruno Mars as part of the MGM family and appreciate what he is doing to help our employees and their families during these uncertain times," said Hornbuckle.  

He went on to reveal that the eligibility requirements for the funds were recently tweaked "to help as many employees as we can" and that Mars' generous donation "will help us expand our reach even further."

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Kehlani releases "quarantine-style" music video for "Toxic"

Arturo-TorresDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kehlani decided to push back her sophomore album and self-isolate at home. But she's making the most of her time shooting this "quarantine-style" home video for her song, "Toxic."

The sensual video gives us a glimpse into what the songstress has been doing at home while practicing social distancing. The R&B songstress is a whole mood striking a few sexy poses, dancing and singing to the breakup anthem in her bedroom with LED lights. 

She took to Instagram to ignite the "ToxicChallenge going up cuz social distancing got y’all in the house."

Kehlani revealed she locked herself in her room and edited the video in one hour on iMovie. "Thank you red wine," she tweeted.  

Watch the music video for "Toxic" now on YouTube.

(Video contains uncensored profanity.)

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Kenya Barris and Rashida Jones enlist Ava DuVernay, Issa Rae & more for new #blackAF trailer

Courtesy of NetflixKenya Barris and Rashida Jones made sure to tap their celebrity friends for the new Netflix series, #blackAF.

In the new trailer, which features appearances from Issa RaeLena WaitheAva DuVernayWill Packer, filmmaker Tim Story, plus Tyler Perry and Nia Long, to name a few, Barris gets some unexpected feedback about his ABC series, black-ish.

"I think we need to talk honestly if we want our art to progress," Barris says during a video conference call with Story, Rae, Packer, DuVernay and Waithe.

"What do you think about my show, black-ish?" he asks. After a tense pause, Rae hesitantly replies, "Uh, it's fine."

Then Story chimes in, "black-ish seems to tap into the hearts and minds of 55-year-old white women," which draws smirks and low gasps from the other creatives.

"Guess it wasn't no Ride Along 2," Barris snaps back, referring to the 2016 film sequel Story directed.

Formerly called Black Excellence, the new comedy series is inspired by Barris' "irreverent, highly flawed, unbelievably honest approach to parenting, relationships, race, and culture." It's described as a "family sitcom," but done in a unique way.

#blackAF launches on Netflix on April 17.

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Da Brat shares emotional reaction to surprise gift from fiancée Jesseca Dupart

Prince Williams/WireimageThough her birthday isn't until April 4, rapper and radio host Da Brat got to celebrate a few weeks early, thanks to fiancée Jesseca Dupart's gift of a brand-new luxury car. 

Thursday morning, Da Brat shared a video of her emotional reaction to Dupart surprising her with "hers & hers" matching white Bentleys the day before. In shock, the rapper appeared on video crying, at a loss for words for the grand gesture. 

"Never have I EVER. Needless to say... I’ve always been a kind of private person until I met my heart’s match who handles some things differently than I do," Da Brat captioned the video. "Thank you, baby, for far more than this incredible birthday gift. I have never experienced this feeling. It’s so overwhelming that often I find myself in a daze hoping to never get pinched to see if it’s real so I can live in this dream forever." 

Dupart, aka DaRealBBJudy on Instagram, is known for posting hilarious videos online and helping women grow their hair with her million-dollar company, Kaleidoscope Hair Products. Rumors about Jesseca and Da Brat have been circulating for months, leading Dupart to officially confirm their relationship by posting images and videos on Instagram Wednesday, although she claims they haven't been hiding their relationship. The video was reportedly taken last Monday, March 16.

Dupart describes the "Funkafied" rapper as her "better half" and "my forever" in the Instagram post.  "She deserves the world and so much more.  I’ve never been sooo happy."

Congratulations to the happy couple and happy early birthday to Da Brat!

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Drake set to executive produce new Quibi series 48 Laws of Power

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Rapper Drake is gearing up to tap back into his TV bag in 2020 as executive producer for a new Quibi series  based on the best-selling book 48 Laws of Power. 

The series will "detail the nature of power and how one can secure it and maintain it," according to Billboard. Drake's co-manager Adel "Future" NurJason Shirer of Drake's Dremcrew production company, Zack Hayden of Anonymous Content, and 48 Laws of Power author Robert Greene will also serve as the show's executive producers. 

"When Drake and I sat down with Robert Greene, it was incredibly inspiring. The laws allow for a wide range of dynamic storytelling, and Quibi allows us to tell these stories in bite-sized chapters similar to the book," Future told Billboard.  

This opportunity couldn't have come at a better time for Greene, who's a fan of the book. 

"I have always thought that The 48 Laws of Power would be a perfect fit for a series, bringing to life the timeless Machiavellian game of power as portrayed in the book," Greene says. "But it was not until Drake and Future with Anonymous Content approached me with their unique cinematic approach to the laws that I knew I could join forces with them and go all in for a filmed interpretation of my work."

Drake also executive-produces the British crime drama series Top Boy, which was recently renewed for a second season on Netflix. 

Quibi is a short-form video mobile entertainment platform launching next month, offering 90-day free trials starting April 6th.

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Big Sean previews new album in 'Detroit 2' trailer

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Big Sean has announced the title of his long-awaited album, Detroit 2.

In honor of his 32nd birthday, the rapper released the news on Wednesday, accompanied by a trailer paying respect to his home state. "Detroit, to me is home. But I feel like its more than just a city. It's for real mentality," Sean says in the video. 

Big Sean took it back home to gain inspiration from the music that impacted him as a kid, and to hang with friends. "It feels like a whole new energy in the city, you know," he says.  "It's inspiring to watch, to the point it inspired me to go harder than ever. It's like the Phoenix rising out the ashes, you know." 

The trailer focuses on Detroit's street scene, full of popular restaurants and hot spots, and also features Sean in the studio and in his neighborhood. The tracks played throughout the video may be samples from the album. Young Thug stops by the studio to lay some vocals on a track singing, "Ain't nobody gonna do me dirty, oh no." 

Big Sean dropped his Detroit mixtape in 2012, with guest appearances from Jhené AikoKendrick LamarJ. ColeCommon.  Last year, he blessed us with "Overtime," "Single Again," and "Bezerk" with ASAP Ferg. Detroit 2 follows the success of 2017's I Decided and Double or Nothing, and his 2011 Finally Famous debut. 

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Listen to Charlie Wilson's Love Stream on Instagram Live today

ABC/Randy HolmesGet ready to listen to the sound of love as R&B veteran Charlie Wilson brings us all the love he can during this global pandemic with a special showcase. The singer invites fans and music lovers all over the world to join him today at 2:00 p.m. PT/5:00 p.m. ET on Instagram Live.

Charlie's latest single, "Forever Valentine," was produced by Bruno Mars. He complimented him for his high-energy performances, like him on stage.

"We talk about that all the time as we have a lot of admiration and respect for each other," Charlie shared with Billboard. "It’s a beautiful thing when two people have that kind of connection. Nothing but great things can come of that.”

Now run to the comments on his Instagram page and let Uncle Charlie know what you want to hear or see today!

Listen to Charlie Wilson's Love Stream on Instagram Live today Urban, CHR / Hot AC, International

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