The Bioncé Foxx Soapbox

The Bioncé Foxx Soapbox

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November 23, 2020 10 min
John Legend Talks Bigger Love, The Voice, and more!
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Jamal Malone, CEO of Ada S. Mckinley Community Services Talks Helping the Community During the Pandemic
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Tamron Hall Chats About The New Season of The Tamron Hall Show!
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Civil Rights Attorney and Managing Director of Action Injury Law Group Andrew Stroth launched the social justice law firm to represent victims of unjustified police shootings, excessive force and police misconduct. He also created the Truth, Hope & Justice Initiative to share stories of families affected by police violence. He shares his opinions on defunding the police and the presence of police in Chicago Public Schools, in a...
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Grammy Award-Winning Artist PJ Morton Brings "Culture Trivia" To YouTube
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Black Women's Expo Founder Merry Green Shares Her Plans to Move Forward With the Expo In 2021
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John Legend and I chat about living a quarantined life, the affects of the pandemic on artists, stuffed animal weddings and of course his new album dropping in June. But to my surprise he's not revealing too much about the new project -- not even to me!
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Multi-award winning director, screenwriter and filmmaker Christine Swanson talks about the ingredients that went into making 'The Clark Sisters' a powerhouse film. A Detroit native like the legendary Gospel artists, she knew that this vision would one day become reality.
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Isreal Idonije Talks Fighting The Spread of COVID-19
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Trained Physician Scientist Dr. Cindy M. Duke answers questions about the Coronavirus. She explains what it is, the symptoms, how to prevent the spread of the virus and much more.
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Chicagoan, Grammy-nominated and multi platinum selling artist Miki Howard stops by the Bionce' FoxXperience to chat about the music industry, marriage and more!
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When I first heard her single, "I Want You Around," I knew I wanted to have a conversation with singer and songwriter Snoh Aalegra. The Swedish born artist definitely has a lot of soul and listening to her music is a whole vibe.
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When you profess to walk in Christianity nobody truly knows your heart except Christ. Along with radio producer Ryan Lee who is also a Christian, we break down our thoughts on Kanye's 'Jesus Is King.'
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With the legalization of recreational marijuana use in Illinois in as of January 2020, Cook County States Attorney Kim Foxx discusses how records for marijuana convictions will be wiped clean.
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Rapper and actor Common is about to drop his 12th studio album. and he talks about the theme, which is about love. He says it is one of his best albums to date. 'Let Love' is available Aug. 30.
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Singer Tamika Scott from 90s group Xscape is flying solo. She released a new single called "Almost Over" which is a testimony to coming out of life's trials and tribulations and she wants the world to know that they, too can come through no matter the situation.
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Tiny Harris has a new EP dropping soon and on it is her new single, "I ... Love You. " Well, that is not exactly what the title is but you get it. We talk it up about the meaning of the song which is of course about her relationship with rapper husband T.I.
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A&R Head of Empire Records Tina Davis is joining others including the late Nipsey Hussle and Tamar Braxton in looking for the next big thing. Who will it be and what do they need to do to stay there?BET's new talent competition "The Next Big Thing" airs Tuesdays at 10p/9c.
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Chicago's gospel/inspiration artist Jonathan McReynolds talks about his music career and what it is like to be a judge on BET's new season of "Sunday Best."
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Comedian, actor and producer George Wilborn returns to Chicago to headline at the Chicago Improv. He talks about his Chicago roots, upcoming projects and of course the reason why he's called the "Stress Reliever."
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