Jordin Sparks and Elijah Blake show off their immeasurable chemistry in their new joint EP, 1990 Forever. Featuring a mixer of mid-tempo and slow burners, …
Earlier this year, Elijah Blake teamed with Jordin Sparks for a remix of “Rendezvous,” an original song off his underrated 2017 album, Audiology. Now, Elijah returns with a new release in …
A month ago, Elijah Blake and Jordin Sparks took to social media and teased fans that a remix for “Rendezvous,” produced by TK Kayembe, was …
Elijah Blake pays homage to iconic visuals of the ’80s in his new music video for “Technicolor,” the lead single from his upcoming sophomore project, ‘Audiology.’
Once on Roc Nation and Def Jam, Elijah Blake is now an independent artist with an equally indie project called Audiology. On the set, Blake goes for an eclectic sound, mostly rooted in the musicality of yore with tender, personal lyrics.
The song/video is a powerful, soulful offering that questions the black experience today and how while things are better, there’s still a ways to go in terms of systematic equality.
Yesterday (May 25), SANKOFA.org (the social justice organization founded by Harry Belafonte) has announced their official visual collaboration with, Elijah Blake, a striking and controversial music video to the single “Hanging Tree.”
Directed by Sean Alexander, the visual sees Blake as an observant tourist in the foreign country, taking in and immersing himself in the culture
Veteran group Far East Movement calls on R&B singer/songwriter Elijah Blake for their new inspirational single, “Church.” On the soulful, spacey, electronic track, produced by Far East and company, Blake uses elements from the house of the Lord to deliver a powerful song about having self-faith.
Earlier this year, Elijah Blake teamed up with a team of producers including Branchez, Illangelo, Carmack and more for his recent mixtape, Blueberry Vapors. The project was recorded and completed in ten days, and featured the Djemba Djemba-produce, fan- favorite “Whatever Happened.” Now, Elijah Blake returns with the official video (showing the singer with longer locs than when we last saw him) and finds him in Austin, TX reminiscing about a fling he once had while at SXSW.