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Remember back in 2001 when Bilal released "Soul Sista" and every woman was checkin' for a neo-soul brotha? Who would've guessed that song came about from just playing around in the studio -- so says the singer who we caught up with after his mainstream hiatus to ask him "Where You Been?". Check out the interview above as Bilal talks about his entry into the biz, working with Raphael Saadiq, and the difference between being in the studio with Solange and Beyonce.
Ladies, Dukie from "The Wire" is all grown up. A few months ago we received an email from Jermaine Crawford about his budding singing career and we just had to bring him in the studio to see what else he's been up to since his acting days. Check out Jermaine in this week's episode of "Where You Been?" and even hear a little snippet of one of his songs.
For more music from Jermaine, check out his EP, 4PlayT3ois, here.
Remember Ernie Hudson from "Ghostbusters," "The Hand That Rocks The Cradle" and "Oz"? We caught up with the star who's now 69 (Black really don't crack!) to ask him about breaking into the industry as a Black man in the 80s, whether he's dealt with any ageism still actively pursuing movie and television roles now, and, of course, where you been?
Check out the interview above.
It takes a special set of skills to be able to take people from the club to the chapel and Case is one of those talented individuals. In the late '90s the singer had us jamming to up tempo joints like "Touch Me, Tease Me," getting married to "Happily Ever After," and reflecting on life with "Faded Pictures" and "The Best Man I Can Be." And then he disappeared, for the most part.
We caught up with Case and decided to ask him plain and simple, "Where You Been?" Check out what he had to say in our exclusive above.
Tomorrow, New Orleans-bred singer Teedra Moses will drop her highly anticipated album, Cognac and Conversation. Though this project comes just a year after her California Vibes EP and a host of mixtapes, the album is only Teedra's second commercial release in more than a decade. So what has she been up to since she released Complex Simplicity in 2004? We found out when we chatted with the 38-year-old mother of twin boys during EssenceFest in NOLA. Check out what she told us in this episode of Where You Been?
Remember the little boy from "Losing Isaiah"? Well he's a grooooown man now and we caught up with him for the latest episode of "Where You Been?"
Though we haven't seen much of Marc John Jeffries since he was a kid, the 25-year-old actor is about to be seen a whole lot more. Check out our interview with him to see where he's been and where he's about to be on the big and small screen.
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Actor Robert Ri'chard may be back on the scene right now as a result of "Chocolate City" but it's been a long time since we've seen the young kid we used to call Arnez in our Kyla Pratt voice on "One on One." So where has the star of that series, "Cousin Skeeter" and "Coach Carter" been all this time? Watch our interview and find out.
Vivian Green has been in the game for a minute now. From writing for Boyz II Men, to singing background for Jill Scott, the Philadelphia native, Green has proven herself immensely talented. We all remember playing out our own young love lives to the tune of her debut hit, "Emotional Rollercoaster."
In between her first and second album Green took a break from the industry to give birth to her son. Since that time we haven't seen her around as much. Find out what she's been up to in our exclusive interview in the video above.
With a mega hit like "For You," a beautiful cover of Norman Connors' "You Are My Starship," and the duet album with his now ex-wife, Chante Moore, Kenny Lattimore was the man when it came to R&B.
Then it seemed like he disappeared from the industry. And the next time we heard about him, we learned he and his former singing partner and wife were filing for divorce.
In our exclusive interview, Kenny Lattimore not only explains where he's been, he talked about taking a backseat to help Chante fulfill her dreams, showing the strong and sensitive side of Black men and stepping away from the industry, on more than one occasion, to ensure that he was there for his son.
Find out how he made his way back to the game in the video above.