Celebrate Black History Month With Our Artists


Black History Month is an annual celebration around the accomplishments and contributions of African Americans in U.S. history, and an opportunity to look at the way that Black people have helped shape our culture and national identity.   

One of the many contributions of African American’s in U.S. history is in music. From Scott Joplin to Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington to Bessie Smith, Ella Fitzgerald to Jimi Hendrix and Whitney Houston to Michael Jackson, people of African descent (Black) have left their timeless contributions in the world of music. 

In today’s music scene, Sun and Sky Entertainment is lucky and humbled to have the opportunity to work with an incredible number of talented musicians who represent and make their heritage proud. 


is a Canadian Grammy Winner pop singer and songwriter. He has worked alongside artists like Celine Dion’s, Britney Spears, 98 Degrees, The Backstreet Boys, Rod Stewart, Michael Bolton, Barry Manilow, Tina Turner, George Benson, and Jeffrey Osborne, Tammy Wynette, Reba, and Alan Jackson. As of 2015, Hill’s songs have reportedly sold over 100M copies. His latest single What about Black Lives takes us directly and powerfully into the epicenter of the profound racial divide tearing apart the world.  

Dan’s newest album is available this month on all platforms.