Ludacris teams up with John Legend for this new track entitled “In My Life”. Off his upcoming Burning Bridges EP due out on December 16.
John Legend has linked up with his G.O.O.D. Music partner Common for this new track called “Glory”. The song will appear on the soundtrack to the Martin Luther King Jr. inspired movie Selma, due out on Christmas day. Check it out below.
Video: DJ Khaled – Never Surrender (Ft. Scarface, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, Akon, Anthony Hamilton & John Legend)
DJ Khaled releases the visual to his heavilly featured track “Never Surrender”. Off his album Suffering From Success, out on Tuesday. The video features Scarface, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, Akon, Anthony Hamilton and John Legend. Check it out above.
DJ Khaled drops another new song off his upcoming Suffering From Success album. Never Surrender features Jadakiss, Meek Mill, Akon, John Legend and Anthony Hamilton. Production by Street Runner and DJ Khaled himself. Listen to the track below.
John Legend releases the visuals to “Made To Love” off his new album “Love Is The Future”. Available on September 3rd.
John Legend and Rick Ross appear in this classy video for Legend’s “Who Do We Think We Are”. Off his upcoming album Love In The Future.
John Legend releases the first single from his upcoming album Love In The Future. This track features his long time collaborator Rick Ross. I could listen to John Legend all day. Listen to the smooth track below.
Following the recent Sandy Hook shooting a number of celebrities including Beyonce, John Legend, Chris Rock have come together to demand a plan to end gun violence.
Do you think people should have the right to bear arms?
New John Legend track off the soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino’s new film “Django Unchained”. The movie will be released on Christmas Day.
Listen to John Legend’s “Who Did That To You” after the jump.
The cover art and tracklist for the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film, “Django Unchained,” includes a few rap heavyweights. Available December 18, the soundtrack features Rick Ross and John Legend, and a mix track of James Brown’s “The Payback” and Tupac’s “Untouchable.” Jamie Foxx produced Rozay’s track “100 Black Coffins.”
While the soundtrack consists of mostly classics, the rap features came as a bit of a surprise. Below is what Tarantino had to say about the contributing artists.
“I want to thank all the artists who contributed original songs (a first for me) to the picture. Most of these contributions came out of the artists’ own inspiration and their illustration of the film’s soul is invaluable. In addition to the new original songs I am also using a lot of older recordings on the soundtrack – many of which came from my personal vinyl collection. Instead of having the record companies give me new digitally cleaned up versions of these recordings from the 60’s and 70’s, I wanted to use the vinyl I’ve been listening to for years – complete with all the pops and cracks. I even kept the sound of the needle being put down on the record. Basically because I wanted people’s experience to be the same as mine when they hear this soundtrack for the first time.”