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TV One’s award-winning musical docuseries UNSUNG returns to prime time beginning March 3. The hour-long program celebrates the lives of trailblazing musicians whose full stories and journey have yet to be explored.

This new season promises memorable stories of influential artists including R&B heartthrob Lloyd, 90s songstress Adina Howard, 80s family band The Jets, singer/songwriter Shirley Murdock, house music legend Crystal Waters, crooner Glenn Jones, vocalist Kenny Lattimore and contemporary gospel musician Tasha Cobbs-Leonard. 

This weekend's edition of UPFRONT was truly star-studded. It featured snippets of my one-on-one conversations with R&B/Jazz diva Regina Belle, Power actor Joseph Sikora and Marlon stars Essence Atkins and Bresha Webb. 

Belle is appearing on this weekend's edition of UNSUNG and stopped by to chat about that and her musical legacy. She also talked about what the rest of 2018 holds for her and much more. (Click here for the full conversation).

Grammy Award-winning songstress Regina Belle is the subject of Sunday night's new episode of TV One's UNSUNG. The accomplished singer-songwriter and overall music diva opens up about her greatest accomplishments as well as some hurdles that could have totally altered her life and career. However, Belle was able to move past her obstacles and continues to mesmerize audiences today with her undeniable talent and showmanship. 

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A brand new season of TV One’s UNSUNG began last Sunday, May 20 at 9 p.m. with a profile on 80s R&B music group Mtume. Best known for their massive hit “Juicy,” the group would go on to release other classics such as “You, He and Me” and “Breathless.” Hip-hop icon Notorious B.I.G. would later sample “Juicy” in his hit single of the same name and introduce them to a new generation of fans.

Check out the trailer for TV One’s award-winning #1 series UNSUNG. The new season premieres on Sunday, February 18 at 9 p.m. featuring R&B crooners Silk. The Atlanta based group shot to fame in the early 90s with such classic jams as “Freak Me,” “Girl U For Me” and “Meeting in My Bedroom.”

 

Other artist profiles include The Boys on February 25, Trick Daddy on March 4, Blue Magic on March 11, Deborah Cox on March 18, Shirley Caesar on March 25, Avant on April 8, Brand Nubian on April 15 and Lost Boyz on April 22.

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