In another soul-filling episode of NPR's Tiny Desk concert series, new collective music group August Green stopped by to empose their theme "Foregrounding Women" to their office. The collaborative effort of Common, Robert Glasper, and Karriem Riggins, was born at the White House in 2016 during a special Tiny Desk concert. Since its launch in 2008, 'Tiny Desk' has held nearly 700 [Read More]
Grammy-nominated R&B artist Andra Day releases the official music video for "Stand Up For Something," a powerful social-charged anthem featuring rapper Common.
Andra Day delivers a riveting rendition of Billie Holiday's 1939 historic song "Strange Fruit" for Lynching in America, a movement geared at bringing awareness to 4,000 reported racial terror lynchings in America between 1877 and 1950.
Grammy nominated R&B artist Andra Day teams with rapper Common for the powerful new anthem, "Stand Up For Something." The record, which arrives when more celebrities are using their art to stand up for social injustice...
Hosted by actor/comedian Anthony Anderson, several big name R&B singers attended the annual event including John Legend, Janelle Monae, Latoya Luckett, Raheem DeVaughn, Jussie Smollett, and Andra Day.
During the second night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia last night (July 26), Alicia Keys and Andra Day showed their support by performing at the arena full of delegates.
While performing on the live music show “Austin City Limits," Day performed her hit single as a tribute for the victims. She also gets the audience to be her backing choir in awesome solidarity.
Just one day after legendary boxer/activist Muhammad Ali passed away (Saturday, June, 4) Andra Day and John Legend paid tribute to the icon with an emotional performance of “The Greatest Love of All" at the taping of Spike TV’s Guys Choice Awards.
The 7th annual ONE MusicFest is set to go down on September 10th at the Atlanta-area Lakewood Amphitheater. Erykah Badu and Ice Cube will headline the Southeast’s premiere fall music festival...
McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, and ESSENCE Festival have partnered with the app Shazam to feature new visual-recognition technology for content distribution. Each cup becomes a portal to an exclusive digital experience where music enthusiasts can scan the specially marked Coca-Cola cups and watch the short film, I Rise featuring music by Day. Check out three clips from the short film inside...