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iHeartRadio's Living Black! Special Event to Air Saturday


iHeartRadio's Living Black! special event will air Saturday, February 20, 2021 and celebrate Black culture and its impact in America will air nationwide. Hosted by Donnell Rawlings, the event will feature remote performances from Roddy Ricch, 21 Savage, Jhené Aiko and Kirk Franklin from local Black-owned business locations nationwide, plus special guests Andra Day, Killer Mike, Mary J. Blige, Tamika Mallory and more.

The broadcast will be aired on iHeartMedia Hip-Hop, Gospel and R&B Broadcast Stations; iHeartRadio's YouTube and Facebook Pages; the iHeartRadio App; And Venues on Oculus Quest at 6:00 p.m. ET/3:00 p.m. PT.

Produced by Emmy and Grammy award-winning producer Rikki Hughes of Magic Lemonade, "iHeartRadio Living Black!" special event will pay homage to the culture that sets the trends, creates the moments and moves the world. The show will weave once-in-a-lifetime performances into a powerful audio and visual celebration of the Black experience featuring artists, actors, creators and Black leaders who have shaped culture.

It will also feature conversations that educate, inspire and celebrate the Black experience through a mix of custom tributes from artists and listeners across the nation. Throughout February, today's biggest artists from Country, Pop, Rock and more will honor the impact and influence that Black people and Black culture has had on their lives and community; iHeartMedia national and on-air personalities including The Breakfast Club - Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy and Big Boy will honor trailblazers, modern history makers and future change-makers of Black culture; and hundreds of iHeartMedia stations and shows will invite listeners to call in, post and share their experiences and inspirations each week.

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