These ladies are showing no signs of slowing down! Ice Spice is claiming 2023 as her year, Tink drops a new banger, Autumn Lockwood becomes the first Black female coach to head to the Super Bowl, and more!
Autumn Lockwood Becomes The First Black Female Coach Heading To The Super Bowl
As we kick off Black History Month, let’s add a new accomplishment. Autumn Lockwood, who is the coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, becomes the first Black female coach to have a team playing in the Super Bowl.
The Philadelphia Eagles will face the Kansas City Chiefs on February 12th at Super Bowl LVII. This year’s Super Bowl will be very special by having the first Black female coach and two Black quarterbacks playing against each other.
Also, the highly-anticipated return of Rihanna. The Bajan songstress will be performing at this year’s halftime show. Bad Gal Riri made the announcement on her Instagram last year.
Tink Is Back With “Toxic”
Tink is back with new music since dropping her album “Pillow Talk” in August. The Chicago native took to her Instagram to let fans know that she was releasing a new song, ‘Toxic”
Ice Spice Is On Fire!
Ice Spice is going hard in 2023. Earlier this year, she dropped her first EP, Like. Since the release, her song featuring Lil Tjay “Gangsta Boo” charts the Billboard Hot 100 at #82.
Earlier this week, the “Munch” rapper drops visuals for her new single “In Ha Mood.”
As Ice Spice continues to be the “IT” girl at the moment, she teamed up with UK artist PinkPanthress and released “Boy’s a Liar Pt. 2”
Rising R&B Rosemarie Releases “Fool’s Gold”
LA-based artist Rosemarie is back with new music. She released her new song “Fool’s Gold.”
The R&B Raven first stepped on the scene with her debut EP Sinnergy which features “Henny Talk” and “03 Love.” Can’t wait to see more from Rosemarie.
FLO Is Going On Tour
The UK Girl Group, FLO just announced their first-ever North American Tour. The tour starts in April, with the first stop being in Atlanta. Tickets are currently on sale.
SOHH family, let’s kick off the first weekend of Black History Month right and support these ladies. Also, be sure to tune in to the 65th Annual Grammy Awards airing on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 8 pm on CBS or Paramount +.