Soul/R&B Ledisi and Gospel superstar Kirk Franklin have joined forces for the co-headline "The Rebel, The Soul & The Saint Tour." The 27-city trek will kick off on October 25 in Oakland, CA at Paramount Theatre and wrap on December 2 in Richmond, VA at The Altria Theatre. The tour will make stops in major cities across the country including [Read More]
Last night (Aug 22), fans got a chance to see multi-Grammy nominated vocal powerhouse Ledisi rock the Black Girls Rock stage
In the clip, the R&B singer-songwriter walks the street as a diverse group of people grow "high" from dancing and other self-infused talents.
Gearing up for her ninth release Let Love Rule, multi-Grammy nominated vocalist Ledisi drops her second single "Add To Me." On the song, Ledisi challenges the fellas to step up their game.
Packed with raw emotion, the 15-track album showcases her evolution as an artist; executive produced by Ledisi and longtime collaborator Rex Rideout...
Inspired by her visit to the Andy Warhol Museum, Ledisi shows much vulnerability in a very stripped down video.
"Feels so good to be back again," Ledisi proclaims on her new, soulful return single, "High," a record that sees her with a new mindset on life.
When you think about Christmas songs, you think of huddling around the fireplace with family, singing holiday cheers, standing under the mistletoe, or any other good feeling attached to Christmas.
"It's up to me and you now," sings Ledisi on her passionate and powerful new song, 'I Can't Breathe.' Backed by only a grand piano, the big voice songstress provides a thought-provoking vocal rendition as she brings awareness to the issues faced in black communities throughout America.
The stars shows up and showed out at the 2016 BET Honors, which aired last night (March 14)! Hosted by Arsenio Hall, the ceremony honored music mogul L.A. Reid, financial guru Mellody Hobson, music legend Patti LaBelle, director Lee Daniels, and Attorney General Eric Holder for their amazing career contributions. Usher, Toni Braxton, Fantasia, Raheem DeVaughn, Ledisi, and Jazmine Sullivan were all on hand to perform for the honorees.