Diana Ross

Diana Ross’s 11th studio album was simply titled Diana and it would make the biggest impact of her solo career. Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards exclusively produced the album and gave it classic danceable grooves that crushed the disco backlash.  Their work as the group Chic was one of theContinue Reading

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Mary Wilson recorded her first solo album after The Supremes farewell tour in 1977. Her self-titled album was released in 1979 and was solely produced by Hal Davis who was known for writing hits for The Jackson 5. “Red Hot” was a straight disco excursion that came out just asContinue Reading

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Mary Wilson, one of the co-founders of The Supremes passed at age 76 on Monday at her home in Henderson, Nevada. Wilson hailed from Detroit’s Brewster Projects along with Florence Ballard who she met in middle school at a talent show. It was Ballard who encouraged Wilson to audition forContinue Reading

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Is Steve Stoute right that if Drake goes independent the music industry will die? Will the United States Postal service approve a stamp with Florence Ballard of The Supremes on it?  Who else will be on Jermaine Dupri’s “We Are The World”-inspired song along with Miguel, Ne-Yo, Kelly Rowland andContinue Reading

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