Black Women For Black Music Month! Diana Ross

Diana Ernestine Earle Ross was the leading lady of the Supremes. After leaving The Supremes to pursue a solo career in 1970, Diana’s career took off. She not only conquered the music realm gaining accolades such as “Female Entertainer of the Century” and “Most Successful Female Artist in History,” but she also tapped into acting becoming nominated for an Academy Award and winning a Golden Globe. Diana Ross was a tastemaker of her time and still reigns true as a great inspiration for artist hoping to be even half as great. She is one of the few artist who can say that they have two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. -Erica Vain