It’s a new year and while everybody is busy making resolutions they will likely break in the coming months, there are then artists who require such a major change. These are the struggling acts who are in dire need of reinvention.
The Lava Lizard was out of action for just a few days and the entire world fell apart. Well, it was just Alicia Keys’ hair but that is still a tragedy nonetheless. While performing on Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series, the songstress debuted her bold new look and left viewers…shocked.
Even the best artists have been guilty of releasing at least one weak record during their careers. So, instead of only reflecting the best moments in music history, this weeks edition of Way Back Wednesday highlights some of those bad songs that should have never seen the light of day.
Perhaps R. Kelly’s upcoming Black Panties album won’t be a complete embarrassment after all. During an interview with Fuse, the King of R&B, who seems to be weathering a midlife crisis, revealed that the record will feature an appearance by the more mature Alicia Keys.
Maxwell is actually serious about releasing new music this year. At least, that’s the hope and dream of his loyal fans who have been waiting for fresh material since 2009. However, the falsetto master won’t be alone in his efforts as he has announced that he is readying a special duets EP with Alicia Keys.
So, there I was surfing the web when I stumbled across a truly golden moment in television history. While gathering footage a future article, I finally rediscovered Patti LaBelle ad Alicia Keys’ tribute to Prince at the 2010 BET Awards, and I felt compelled to share it as a reminder of real talent!
Regardless of what the false information posted on her Wikipedia page states, Alicia Keys’ Girl on Fire is by far her slowest-selling album to date and she knows it. So, the hard working diva has released a new video for the record’s latest single, “Tears Always Win”, with the hopes of boosting her sales.
It is always difficult for any serious music fan to watch their favourite artists age and experience a natural decline in their ability. Yet, it is even more disturbing when those changes seemingly result from factors other than time and damage or prematurely end great careers. As we address this issue, let’s discuss 7 singers […]
Alicia Keys and John Legend have long been considered two sides of the same coin, and they showcased their chemistry at the O2 Arena in London last evening. Performing during the former’s Set the World on Fire Tour, the pair sang a special duet of Legend’s signature song, “Ordinary People”.
Blackberry’s Keep Moving Secret Sessions series kicked off on April 8th with Alicia Keys and footage of the even has finally been released to the public. Sitting at her piano in a sparkling ensemble, the obviously tired diva performed renditions of “Butterflies”, “Not Even the King” and “No One” for the Newark, New Jersey crowd.