iHeartRadio Living Black!: Roddy Ricch, 21 Savage & More To Perform


All throughout Black History Month in February, iHeartMedia is shining the spotlight on the power and impact of Black culture with the launch of the first-ever "iHeartRadio's Living Black!" which will include a special event featuring performances from today's biggest Hip Hop, R&B and Gospel artists.

Roddy Ricch, 21 Savage, Jhené Aiko, Kirk Franklin and more will be performing during "iHeartRadio's Living Black!" event on February 20th. The event, produced by Emmy and Grammy award-winning producer Rikki Hughes, will pay homage to the culture that sets the trends, creates the moments and moves the world. The show will showcase once-in-a-lifetime performances, making for a powerful audio and visual celebration of the Black experience featuring artists, actors, creators and Black leaders who have shaped culture.

Tune in to "iHeartRadio's Living Black!" show on Saturday, February 20th at 6pm ET/3pm PT via iHeartRadio's YouTube channel and Facebook page. Fans can also listen on iHeartMedia Hip Hop, Gospel and R&B stations, and the iHeartRadio app.

In addition to the show on February 20th, "iHeartRadio's Living Black!" month-long on-air celebration will highlight Black artists, influencers and thought leaders on iHeartMedia stations nationwide, featuring important conversations that educate and inspire via custom tributes and audio vignettes from artists and listeners across the country. Today's biggest artists across all genres, including Pop, Country, Rock and more will honor the impact and influence that Black people and Black culture has had on their own lives and community.

In addition, iHeartMedia on-air personalities including The Breakfast Club – Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy, Steve Harvey and Big Boy will honor trailblazers, modern history makers and future change-makers of Black culture. 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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