Earlier this month, jazz pianist and producer Robert Glasper accused Lauryn Hill of stealing music from studio band New Ark for their work on her 1998 landmark album, The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill. Glasper brought up a lawsuit by New Ark, who claimed they weren't listed on the album credits, therefore lost out on royalties. Lauryn Hill has now retorted [Read More]
New group August Greene composed of the musically brilliant and talented Common, Rober Glasper and Karriem Riggins, enlisted the help of the majestic Brandy to add her richly soothing vocals to their debut single, "Optimistic." The song debuted back in January and with its success has led the trio to cultivate its moving visuals to showcase the track's message. "Optimistic" [Read More]
Brandy's colorful, layered, exhilarating vocals are in full effect for "Optimistic," the new single from August Greene, a new group made of Golden Globe, GRAMMY, Academy Award-winning activist, actor and artist Common, four-time GRAMMY Award-winning pianist/producer Robert Glasper, and drummer/producer extraordinaire Karriem Riggins. "Optimistic" should sound familiar to many as it's a remake of Sounds Of Blackness' 1991 hit of the same name. [Read More]
Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer Bryan-Michael Cox is known to make hits from behind the scenes, but now he's stepping into the spotlight as the vocalist on his own production called "One Day."
Tyrese, Angie Stone, Ne-Yo, Gladys Knight, and Robert Glasper Participate In 2016 Soul Train Awards ‘Soul Cypher’
This time around, Angie Stone, Tyrese, Ne-Yo, and Gladys Knight offered their soulful vocals to an instrumental of Bryson Tiller's "Don’t" with additional keyboard accompaniment by the talented Robert Glasper.
Erykah Badu lets her diva attitude loose as "Sara Bellam" in the video for "Maiysha (So Long)", a collab with pianist Robert Glasper from Glasper's Everything's Beautiful album to honor the late, great jazz musician Miles Davis.
If it ainât broke, donât fix it! Robert Glasperâs critically acclaimed album, Black Radio, is getting the sequel treatment.