“They’re all about how you transform rocking on the street to whatever it is that you might be doing later in the evening,” Keys said.
“These four headlining artists are willing to play for free because they believe this generation wants to see the end of extreme poverty,” said Hugh Evans, cofounder and CEO of Global Poverty Project.
A number of musicians were quick to respond on Twitter with their support for the ruling in support of gay marriage. More to come, we imagine, as the West Coast wakes up and sees the big news.
Emeli Sandé is undoubtedly the reigning queen of new British soul. The New York Times reports that her debut album, Our Version of Events, has now spent 63 weeks at in the top 10 of […]
Like a moth to a flame, Alicia Keys can’t seem to stay away from Maxwell in the new video for their sultry duet, “The Fire We Made.” The song, off Keys’ 2012 album Girl On Fire, is a classic slow […]
Although 2011 was officially The Year of Adele, she’s still going strong two years later on the cover of ELLE’s Women In Music Issue. The annual edition of the magazine celebrates the female artists who have made their […]
Linda Perry, the songwriter and producer behind chart toppers like Christina Aguilera’s “Beautiful,” is a pro at delivering hits. So when she proposed to girlfriend Sara Gilbert, co-host of CBS’s The Talk, a musical flash […]
Emeli Sandé has made her mark as an artist, becoming the top selling musician in the UK for all of 2012, but she started her career in the same way that luminaries like Carole King […]
Kids, they sure grow up fast these days! Blue Ivy is barely a year old, but she’s already breaking boys’ hearts. That must be what happens when famous parents set up play dates. During an interview on […]
Ne-Yo, John Legend and Alicia Keys gave voice to the NBA All-Star game with live performances for the night. While viewers zeroed in on the poor sound quality, Ne-Yo took to Twitter to respond. John […]