Composed and produced by Curtis Mayfield, it deftly melded black gospel phrasings with deep-rooted soul, serving as Aretha's 1976 comeback album.
The Denver Broncos president's suspect comments on Kaepernick leaves more questions than answers.
The comeback kid's performance is also making him a valuable trade chip for Todd Bowles.
Cold Cuts is a Shadow League segment, where athletes talk about their coldest moves, the coldest music, and more.
Athlete, choreographer, and member of the Syncopated Ladies tap dance troupe, Maud Arnold stopped by the TSL office to put some points on the board.
From Wrestle Mania to the Super Bowl, Aretha tore down the house no matter the sport.
The Queen of Soul and vocal inspiration for thousands of performers is dead at the age of 76.
The basketball champ and successful business woman joins us to discuss her path to success, her dreams and motherhood.
The Pittsburgh MC is lean and mean in these caged streets.
Reports of racism against black and brown soccer players are business as usual.
Coca-Cola's minority stake purchase increased Bryant's initial investment.
He shouldn't take it personal. Downplaying Bron's supporting cast is just part of the narrative.
Perhaps MJ's cool to make an impact in the way that he prefers, regardless of what others who fall for Trump's nonsense may say.
The famous father-trainers sit down for a candid interview with SHOWTIME's Jim Gray.
Twitter is the fighting surface...for now...
He unifies the lightweight division with a convincing win over Robert Easter
The Maryland football coach built a culture that may have resulted in Jordan McNair's death.
UNC announced that they will suspend 13 football players for at least one game this season for selling Jordan brand shoes.
"Fandom is an ugly thing when used to defend even the most heinous acts."
It’s not unheard of for a team to drill a guy who is tearing its pitchers apart. It’s just unusual that it’s done so blatantly.
Eleven years after Bonds stopped playing, the San Francisco Giants retired his 25 uniform number.
EDI, a crown jewel of MLB's diversity initiatives, produces African-American talent on a high level.