Singer and songwriter Coline Creuzot is well known in the Houston’s music community, and will soon be a household name with the debut of her new single “High Life.” The R&B singer’s latest love-tune has a classic R&B feel mixed with a modern hip-hop vibration.
Dressed in red, award-winning singing group Fifth Harmony radiated the Rodeo Houston stage this past weekend, with an electrical performance of some fan-favorites. The now quartet opened up the show powerfully with fireworks and a white horse-drawn carriage, captivating their “Harmonizer’s” attention.
Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law Texas Bar Association held a lecture for students, hosted by Senior US District Court Judge Kenneth Hoyt. Hoyt spoke about success, reminding students that no goal is unobtainable, despite adversities.
Actor DeRon Horton Talks His Acting Stardom And Leading Role In New Netflix Series: “Dear White People”
Houston native DeRon Horton is seeing a solid start to his acting career with a leading role in the upcoming Netflix series “Dear White People.” Raised in Saudi Arabia, the 24-year-old actor has had a unique life of building characteristics that continue to mold his career.
As part of his national tour, comedic legend and civil rights activist Dick Gregory visited Houston last week to entertain guests at the city’s Dolce Ultra Lounge and Bistro with his age-old comedy, and also to share some of his viewpoints on current events at the Shrine of the Black Madonna. During his visit, Gregory spoke with Houston Style Magazine about his career, and shed some light on today’s black community.
Lakewood Church joined in on the excitement of Super Bowl LI by hosting the 18th NFL sanctioned Super Bowl Gospel Celebration on February 3rd with a live tapping for BET. Familiar faces David and Tamela Mann, who have been featured in various Tyler Perry productions, hosted the concert alongside Lakewood’s Pastor John Gray.