Founder and Percussionist, MtumeJourney by James Mtume
James Mtume is a Grammy Award winning R&B musician, songwriter, activist and radio personality. He came to prominence working with Miles Davis between 1971 and 1975. Mtume's group, also called Mtume, is best known for the 1983 R&B hit song "Juicy Fruit".
Journey by Amelia Moore
Amelia Moore (aka Ameliaismore) is an actress, producer, and journalist. She has been A&R Assistant at Atlantic Records, Director of A&R at Gee Street, and General Manager at Ruff Ryder Records, leaving as President at Ruff Ryders Lifestyle.
Founder, President and CEO, Music World EntertainmentJourney by Mathew Knowles
Mathew Knowles is best known for being the former manager of Destiny's Child. He also managed his daughters Beyoncé and Solange Knowles. His company, Music World Entertainment, is one of the most renowned, with record sales exceeding 300 million.
Colin Kroll and Rus Yusupov, co-founders of Vine and the new app HQ Trivia, join Cheddar to discuss the live game show format they've created.
You can learn everything you need to about monsters — and escaping them — with this Google Halloween gag.
FBI agents spoke to Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's girlfriend for hours, looking for clues. In a public statement, Marilou Danley called Paddock a "kind, caring, quiet man", and said she was never aware of any sign that he was planning the massacre.
It's one thing to get started without a conference room but starting up with zero industry knowledge is another thing entirely.
With an exhaustive knowledge of all things music, The Roots drummer, Questlove, explains what it means to be a true "music snob" and why he's inclined to share the wealth.
Member, YESJourney by Billy Sherwood
Billy Sherwood is a musician, record producer, and engineer. He is mostly known for his time as a member of progressive rock band YES, including for their albums, "Open Your Eyes" (1997) and "The Ladder" (1999). He is also a member of the band Asia.