“I’m talkin’ ’bout sweet, sweet f’in love.” Alicia Keys teams up with Kaytranada for her newest single, “Sweet F-in Love.” Last year was an extremely busy year for Kay. Recently, he’s remixed tracks by the likes of TLC, LATRELLE, Chance the Rapper and Solange. His critically acclaimed album, 99.9%, is just a piece of what . . .
The highly anticipated soundtrack for Hidden Figures is executive produced by Pharrell Williams, and it’s now available for the people. The project is ten tracks total, featuring Pharrell, Alicia Keys, Lalah Hathaway, Mary J. Blige, Janelle Monae, Kim Burrell, and more. Stream Hidden Figures: The Album below and purchase via iTunes.
To say that this project is “star-studded” might actually be an understatement. Broadway play The Hamilton is given a new set of wings by its newly released mixtape, which includes guest appearances from the likes of Nas, The Roots, Usher, Alicia Keys, Common, Wiz Khalifa, Sia, Miguel, Chance the Rapper, Busta Rhymes, Ashanti, Ja Rule, . . .
Stream HERE by Alicia Keys, out now! After recently sharing “Holy War,” Alicia Keys is back to release her new album, HERE. Aside from a feature from ASAP Rocky, she goes it alone on the 16-track project. Stream the album below and get your copy on iTunes. 01. Alicia Keys – The Beginning (Interlude) 02. Alicia Keys – . . .
“War is holy, sex is obscene. We’ve got it twisted, in this lucid dream.” Alicia Keys seeks to uplift with a love-driven message on her new single, “Holy War.” The acoustically inclined sincle comes in advance of Alicia’s Here album, which is set to hit shelves on November 4th. Pre-order Here and you’ll be able . . .
It’s only right that Travis Scott kicked off his .WAV radio show on Beats 1 in a major way, and his inclusion of Alicia Keys‘s “In Common” remix certainly qualifies. The new version, which features guest appearances from Travis and Kanye West, which unsurprisingly has a different feel as than the original. Stream the “In . . .
It’s been a while since we’ve heard new music from Alicia Keys, but she catches our ears once again with “In Common.” The last time we heard a full length release from Alicia Keys? 2012. Girl On Fire. She’s back again, after teasing us via Snapchat and before performing on Saturday Night Live this weekend. . . .
Alicia Keys has a lot on her mind as of late, as do many of us. “We Gotta Pray” takes the angst and disbelief surrounding issues with police procedures and cultural rifts in America, channeling them into the creation of a powerful ballad encouraging prayer, positivity, and love. Alicia is in the process of recording . . .
Alicia Keys debuts an inspirational video for “We Are Here,” complete with her trademark braided hair as she sits atop a rooftop. The song calls for global peace, specifically mentioning, Chicago, Gaza, and Israel. In reference to her forthcoming album, Alicia told AP, “What I know for a fact is it’s the best music I’ve . . .
You really can’t lose with a combination of Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar, and Pharrell. The video for “It’s On Again” lives up to expectations, weaving shots of Kendrick Lamar and Alicia Keys into the plot of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Pharrell’s production sets the stage, and everyone delivers. This is the lead single on the . . .
A snippet was circulating for a while, but today we have the full version of Alicia Keys and Kendrick Lamar’s collaborative release, “It’s On Again.” Produced by Pharrell, “It’s On Again” will be featured on the forthcoming Spiderman 2 soundtrack, debuting in iTunes tomorrow. The track features contrasting parts from the two artists. Kendrick gets the . . .
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., Alicia Keys debuts “Power,” a previously unreleased song that was written in 2007. Keys explains, “This is one of my favorite unreleased songs. I was looking for my power. This song says it all.” The song’s empowerment is not confined to its lyrics, as the song’s soulful backdrop . . .
Alicia Keys has certainly had her share of ups and downs, in terms of public image and music quality. One thing we can’t debate is the talent she holds. “Die Without You,” a cover of P.M. Dawn‘s “I’d Die Without You,” takes us back to the stylistic simplicity of her earlier releases. Stream below.
You have to love an inspired mind. Jesse Boykins III executes a mashup that only he could envision, combining Janelle Monáe and Alicia Keys’s vocals to create “Our Party,” a beautifully ethereal mix of soul and pop that is full of subtleties that only the avid listener will notice. The song’s chorus is based around . . .
As people move, so does music, borrowing and blending to reflect the different pieces of our global identities. Music is dynamic. In Nigeria today, this is afrobeats, a broad term used to describe Nigeria’s pop music. Rooted in Fela Kuti’s afrobeat, afrobeats plays with a broad array of genres, including hip hop, dancehall, grime, highlife, . . .