Legend announces his new album, Love In The Future, which he is currently in the studio finishing, previewing a new track called “Caught Up”, produced by Hit Boy. An accompanying tour will commence, starting in October. Dates: 10/16 – Clearwater, FL 10/17 – Hollywood, FL 10/19 – Sarasota, FL 10/20 – Atlanta, GA 10/22 – [cont.]
This is pretty awesome, seeing all these cats collaborate. In other news, the album, Cruel Summer, has been pushed back from it’s original August release date. As Kanye West himself said earlier this summer, there’s a real healthy sense of competition in hip-hop right now. But with all the crews gunning for that top spot, [cont.]
From the G.O.O.D. Music compilation, Cruel Summer, hitting August 7th.
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On February 14th, the soundtrack to the film Soundtrack For a Revolution will be released. It features contemporary artists singing traditional Civil Rights-era freedom songs.
This new collabo comes from the Think Like A Man soundtrack, and hits Itunes as a single on January 31st. John Legend – Tonight (Best You Ever Had) feat. Ludacris by johnlegend
New material from the G.O.O.D. Music soul man.
New material from G.O.O.D. Music’s resident crooner, which may or may not make his next LP, due this year. Download
Another preview of Common’s The Dreamer/The Believer LP, due Dec. 20th. No I.D. on the track, let the story begin.
Johnny Legs covers Adele’s massive “Rolling In The Deep” single, and handed it out via Soundcloud. What a guy.
A brief recap of the 4th annual Okayplayer Holiday Jam from Dec 15th 2010 at BB Kings in Times Square featuring: The Roots, Black Thought, John Legend, Patti Labelle, the cast of Fela! on Broadway, and more.
This one takes it back to 7th grade. J. Period further promotes his Wake Up Radio! mixtape release with this exclusive remix that pays homage to the Eric B. & Rakim classic. Nobody’s smilin’. LISTEN: J. Period – “In The Ghetto (Wake Up)” (feat. The Roots + John Legend) J. Period – “In The Ghetto [cont.]
3x Grammy winner last night drops a cover of one of his favorite love songs in celebration of Valentine’s Day, via Soundcloud.
Eminem accepts the award for Best Rap Album for Recovery, competing against The Roots How I Got Over, B.o.B. The Adventures Of Bobby Ray, Jay-Z The Blueprint 3, and Drake Thank Me Later. Eminem celebrates Recovery, while Dr. Dre prepares for Detox with this medley performance featuring Rihanna and Skylar Grey of both “Love The [cont.]
John Legend and The Roots follow-up last year’s excellent Wake Up! LP, with a live rendition of the album, recorded for Itunes in So-Ho. Check out “Shine” live below, then cop the iTunes Live From Soho: John Legend & The Roots album via Itunes.
John Legend joins UK act Magnetic Man for this single/video.
Fash brings another one from his impending Sunday School release, due Feb. 15th. LISTEN: Fashawn – “Strange Fruit (Remix)” (feat. John Legend + Common) Fashawn – “Strange Fruit (Remix)” (feat. John Legend + Common)
Estelle and John Legend give thanks to the fans with this free EP. Includes a cover of Jay Electronica’s “Shiny Suit Theory”. 1. Shiny Suit Part 2 2. You Are 3. Freedom 4. Hey Girl 5. No Other Love 6. Come Over 7. Fall In Love Estelle & John Legend – “Sing And Flow: The [cont.]
Great songs by Legend are performed here on Dancing With The Stars.
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