It’s the perfect pairing with both artists bringing forth soulful vocals as they seek the love and affection of one another.
Snoh Aalegra provides the Azi Henarat-directed visual for a medley of two songs "Sometimes" / "Worse" from her debut album Feels. The clip serves as the prequel for her visual "Nothing Burns Like The Cold." “The visual for 'Sometimes'/'Worse' is a prequel for the ‘Nothing Burns Like The Cold’ video. A little something I wanted to share with my fans,” [Read More]
Keyshia Cole releases her highly-anticipated seventh studio album, 11:11 Reset, the follow-up to 2014's 'Point of No Return.' The set is headed by the singles "You," featuring Remy Ma and French Montana, “Incapable,” “Best Friend” and the recently released love ballad, "Vault."
Snoh Aalegra heightens anticipation around her forthcoming debut album, Feels, by releasing the new single "Sometimes," featuring previous collaborator and longtime friend Logic.
Snoh Aalegra releases a remix of the track “Home” today (June 2) featuring Logic. The rapper, who recently hit the top of the Billboard album charts, perfectly complements Snoh’s heartfelt lyrics and chilled out production.
Yesterday (Nov.21), soul singer Snoh Aalegra premiered her new single "Feels," a haunting nod to the jazzy stylings of yore. With dreamy strings and Aalegra's strong, soulful vocals, you can't help but to "feel" some type of way.
JMSN's upcoming album It Is on the horizon, and he’s already dropped the soulful ditty “Cruel Intentions.” Now Swedish soul singer Snoh Aalegra has hopped onto the song for a duet/remix, and it’s everything.
Swedish-Persian artist Snoh Aalegra taps into some vintage soul and Wu Tangâs RZAâs production for âEmotional." In the clip, Aalegra passionately performs in an empty swimming pool.
Swedish-Persian Snoh Aalegra taps into some vintage soul and Wu Tangâs RZAâs production for âEmotional,â a lush composition that finds the singer wailing for love.
Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra hops onto production by No I.D. for the sinister buzz track âBad Things.â With low, gravely vocals reminiscent of the late Amy Winehouse, Snoh sings of reflective lyrics about her inner conflicts and personality flaws.