The American Music Awards are this Sunday (Nov. 20), and John Legend took some time took some time to talk to Music Choice about his AMAs nomination and performing at the ceremony.
Mr. John Legend teams with Chance the Rapper for the hard-hitting gem, "Penthouse Floor." On the funky, bass-driven groove, John inspires the mind and cools the soul with his silky delivery and motivational lyrics.
John Legend shines a light on love in his video for "Love Me Now," the first single from his forthcoming fifth album Darkness and Light due out next month.
John Legend continues to feed fans small tidbits of his forthcoming album, Darkness and Light, slated to drop on December 2. His latest update is the set's track listing, which features fifteen songs and includes collaborations with Chance the Rapper ('Penthouse Floor'), Miguel ('Overload')...
John Legend has always been vocal about his political views, and this election is no exception. He recently spoke to Music Choice and admits that he feels one presidential candidate is dangerous for the world and our country.
Over the weekend (Oct. 9), John Legend was back in his hometown of Springfield, Ohio to accept the dedication of a renovated theater that now bears his name.
On the new song, which boasts a different vibe than his 2013 mega hit "All Of Me," Legend puts forth an uptempo groove full of commercial appeal. His trademark tone and emotional delivery is a mainstay as he sings, "I don't know who's gonna kiss you when I'm gone."
Ready for new music from John Legend? If not, you better get ready, because it's coming! Today , at 10:30 pm ET, Legend will drop "Love Me Now" on Facebook Live.
But he stopped by The Breakfast Club this morning (Sept. 29) to talk about his always outspoken social and political views regarding the recent Presidential debates, the stop and frisk policy...
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: John Legend and Stevie Wonder Perform “Hey Ya!” On ‘Lip Sync Battle: All-Stars Live’
John Legend brought in Stevie Wonder, Stephen Merchant (the "announcer"), and puppets for one of the most epic syncs of Outkast's 2003 hit "Hey Ya!” Legend went all out with the green set, background singers/dancers, the straight bob wig, suspenders, even a fake mole to look as much like Andre 3000 as he could.