Clay Cane is a New York City-based writer who is recognized for his contributions in journalism. Clay is a regular contributor for various print and online publications such as The Advocate and BET.com. He is the author of the highly anticipated novel Ball-Shaped World, which is a fictionalized account of the black and Latino ballroom scene. Also, he is the Entertainment Editor at BET.com and a member of New York Film Critics Online.
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Check out my review for the legendary R&B group En Vogue who performed on Sunday at B.B. King Blues Club in New York City. The group is officially reunited with Dawn Robinsonsinging like the lights were past due and the first of the month check was late! I forgot how amazing Dawn's voice is -- Coko from SWV or Dawn Robinson, I don't know who is the better singer. Here is an excerpt of the review and a video clip of "Giving Him Something He Can Feel."
Similar to last year, the En Vogue crowd was thoroughly diverse. Also, they didn’t forget the gays. When they went into their #3 Billboard Hot 100 hit from 1994, which was a duet with Salt-N-Pepa, "Whatta Man," they said all the ladies who have a good man put your hand up. Then added, "If you are a man who has a good man -- put your hand up!" The crowd loved that.