Aloe Blacc chats with Billboard about his success with Avicii and what to expect from him in the new year.
Aloe Blacc performs a track from his album Lift Your Spirit on Conan.
From Aloe Blacc’s album Lift Your Spirit available now.Catch “Can You Do This” in the upcoming comedy The Wedding Ringer, in theaters January 2015.
The brand new album from Dilated Peoples, Directors of Photography is out now on Rhymesayers Entertainment. Directed by Andrew Melby and Evidence.
Listen to “Show Me The Way” Feat. Aloe Blacc, the brand new single from Dilated Peoples forthcoming album Directors of Photography. “Show Me The Way” will be available via iTunes on July 22nd. Produced by Jake One. Directors of Photography is due out 8.12.14 on Rhymesayers Entertainment.
Three random guys had an impromptu jam session outside of a supermarket in Texas and the video of it went viral in just a few days. Kimmel brought them on to perform their song with help from Jimmy, Guillermo, Dicky, Cleto and the Cletones, a gospel choir, and surprise guests Trey Songz, Juicy J and [cont.]
Aloe Blacc delivers a double-dose of new music for the Need For Speed movie soundtrack (it’s a movie now?), which is in stores now. “Fortunate Son” is not quite a CCR cover, but clearly influenced by it.
Brandi Cyrus caught up with Aloe Blacc on the orange carpet at the 2014 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards to talk about more possible Avicii collabs, touring with Bruno Mars this summer, and his role in the James Brown biopic Get On Up.
Aloe Blacc performs “The Man” with a pianist, for Vevo Lift.
Upon watching Avicii’s performance at Ultra 2013, the young EDM audience did not know what to make of it, as he fused organic instrumentation and live vocalists into his set. While many were scratching their heads at the spectacle, the words that came out of this critic’s mouth were, “Holy shit, that’s Aloe Blacc!”. (And [cont.]
Aloe Blacc reveals the video for his already smash hit single, “The Man”, directed by Mathew Cullen. Look out for the April 7th album release, Lift Your Spirit.
1/2 of Emanon (yep, really) appears at The Red Bull Studio decked out in a red suit, to perform his hit single, “The Man”.
Aloe Blacc spotlight for Vevo Lift, brought to you by McDonalds.
Aloe Blacc performs “Can You Do This” on Ellen. In the second clip, Aloe breaks down his new video “Love Is The Answer”. video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player
Here is the director’s cut of Aloe Blacc’s new video, “Love Is The Answer”, produced in-part by Lincoln Motor Company. The cut comes from his new album, Lift Your Spirit, which hits March 11th on iTunes, and features production from Pharrell and DJ Khalil. In the second clip, Aloe speaks backstage at The Grammy’s about [cont.]
Aloe performs the title track to his new EP, in it’s sans-Avicii acoustic form.
Another visual from Aloe Blacc’s Wake Me Up EP.
From Aloe Blacc’s Wake Me Up EP.
Aloe Blacc delivers a video for the title track to his new 4-song EP for Universal, Wake Me Up. Yes, this is the same track he cut with Avicii, however it’s the acoustic version.
Aloe Blacc has gone from 1/2 of Emanon (w/ Exile) to buzzworthy Stones Throw artist to How To Make It In America theme song singer (“I Need A Dollar”) to collaborator on one of the biggest EDM tracks of the year, Avicii’s “Wake Me Up”. Now, he releases his newest solo project, the Wake Me [cont.]
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