It looks like John Legend was moved by actress Meryl Streep's speech as she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award for outstanding contribution to entertainment during Sunday's Golden Globes. So much so that he had to meet her for a one-on-one.
R&B singers Solange, Kelly Rowland, Jill Scott, John Legend, Stevie Wonder, and Usher were amongst the many entertainers invited to President Barack Obama's farewell party at the White House on Friday (Jan. 7).
In 2016, R&B songs took the lead on various conversations, whether it was politics, social issues, self-esteem quandaries, bullying, relationships, love and more. Veteran artists like Beyonce, Maxwell, John Legend, and Alicia Keys used their star power to convey an abundance of messages and inspiration through song.
Today (Dec. 15), Essence announced the first round of performers for the 2017 Essence Festival Concert marking the 23rd annual event which will take place June 30-July 2, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
John Legend and Kanye West have been friends for a long time. Matter of fact, West put Legend on in the early 2000s. So how does Legend (who's been outspoken about his aversion to Donald Trump and what he stands for) feel about his buddy West's meeting with the President-elect on Tuesday?
2016 was another year of great R&B songs. Veterans like Rihanna, Chris Brown, Beyoncé, and Jeremih continued their hit-making offerings while newcomers like Ro James, Tessanne Chin, and Anderson .Paak gave us beautifully crafted bodies of work covering a variety of topics.
Shortly after the release of his fifth studio album, Darkness and Light, John Legend feeds R&B fans with "Overload," a standout track from the LP, featuring fellow crooner Miguel.
First Listen: Check Out John Legend’s New Album, Darkness and Light; Plus Sirius XM Live Performance
It's here! Veteran R&B/Soul singer John Legend releases his fifth studio album, Darkness and Light. The follow-up to 2013's 'Love in the Future' features 12 songs and may be Legend's most personal body of work as it tackles love, family, social injustice and more.
The veteran R&B singer, actor and now film producer kicks his suave game up to 10 as he covers the December 2016 issue of Jocks & Nerds. In his sit down with the mag, Legend spoke on a wide range of topics including Black Lives Matter, Donald Trump, his forthcoming album and more.
John Legend is intact with his history! In anticipation for his forthcoming fifth studio album, Darkness and Light, the veteran R&B singer releases the thought-provoking, socially-infused, testimonial lead track, "I Know Better."