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.
Following her 2014 album The Truth, Ledisi went back to work prepping a new mixtape called Nostalgia Movement, Vol. 1, a project inspired by wanting to pay tribute to some of her favorite artists. Today (Feb. 22), she drops off the premiere of one of the project’s singles with Singersroom, a cover of Patrice Rushen’s 1979 hit “Settle For My Love.”
This may be one of the biggest snubs by the Grammys! The organization called on BeyoncÃ© to perform "Precious Lord, Take My Hand" for their 'Selma' tribute during Sunday nightâs 57th annual Grammy Awards, ousting 42-year-old R&B veteran Ledisi.
The upcoming 57th annual Grammy Awards seem to have drummed up enough controversy, mainly due to the ratings-gaining nominations of popular artists, whether white or black, taking some of the focus away from some acts that contributed extraordinary content.
Three R&B/Soul powerhouses will be hitting the road together in early 2015. Ledisi has announced the 23-city 'The Intimate Truth Tour,' which is scheduled to kick off February 27 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles
Mark you calendars and/or set your DVRs for November 29th at 10pm/EST on TV One, because thatâs when Ledisi will rip the stage for the latest installment of HelloBeautiful Interludes Live.
Ledisi is the truth. The powerhouse vocalist took time out from The Truth tour for a quick chat with Queen Latifah yesterday (May 22)
Grammy-nominated singer Ledisi is one of three R&B powerhouses to grave the cover of ESSENCE magazineâs May 2014 issue, which spotlights natural beauties.
On her latest studio album, The Truth, Ledisi is in no shape or form trying to sell sex, but the Grammy nominated singer is finally at a place where she is feeling confident physically and emotionally
Soulful singer Ledisi says her new album, "The Truth," is a product of a lot of growth and evolution. Sitting down with The Wall Street Journal, Ledisi discussed the album and the state of R&B music recently.