Saturday, December 7th 2013
Ever keen on keeping the masses abreast of fresh and/or often underrated talent, That Grape Juice presents ‘The Spill’ – a renewed look at not-so-new, yet active, acts.
Much like its ‘Freshly Squeezed’ sister segment, this revived assay aims to put the magnifying glass on talents who may not appeal to the buying public on a broad scale yet are still serving material that could easily spin side-by-side with some of today’s top hits.
Covering a kaleidoscope of genres, ‘The Spill’ is set to feature some names you probably know and love as well as some you’ll (soon) be glad to know. Click below to find out the spill on TGT, Rico Love, Dionne Warwick, India Arie, August Alsina, Jessie J & Robin Thicke, Elle Varner and much more…
Wednesday, December 4th 2013
‘Fallin’ singer Alicia Keys seemed to have fallen out of the public eye after scoring her fourth #1 album ‘Girl On Fire’ last year.
But, after hitting the road on a whirlwind tour with fellow R&B flag-waver Miguel, the songstress is returning with the ‘AK Vault’ – a collection of unreleased tunes from early in her career.
Already unearthing one gem from the hidden treasure, Keys gives insight as to what fans can expect form the unreleased composite of tunes and a few other dibs. This, of course, just days after she rocked Australia’s ‘ARIA Awards’ with a medley from her last studio effort. See it all below:
Wednesday, December 4th 2013
Good music alert!
That’s right, if you consider yourself a fan of New Jersey duo ‘P.M. Dawn’ you’ll be pleased to learn that their 1992 gem ‘I’d Die Without You’ has been covered by none other than Alicia Keys!
Just as soothing as the original, Keys’ cover arrives 16 years after it was originally recorded in 1997, hidden within the ‘AK Vault’ and unearthed just this morning.
Fall in love below…
Saturday, October 19th 2013
‘Feelin’ Me, Feelin’ U‘ singer Alicia Keys has lent her ever sought after voice to a new cause this year, joining the push for new movie ‘12 Years a Slave’ by appearing on its forthcoming soundtrack!
Full story below…
Tuesday, September 17th 2013
They came, they saw, and they certainly conquered.
Just ask any fan in attendance at this past weekend’s ‘Rock In Rio’ and they would tell you with certainty that two of R&B’s finest – Justin Timberlake and Alicia Keys – came armed with an arsenal of their biggest hits and, to fan delight, rocked the Brazilian city with two amazing sets.
Joining the like of their ‘Until the End of Time’ and ‘Put It In A Love Song’ co-star Beyonce (whose set can be seen here), Timberlake and Keys offered over 60 minutes of non-stop, energetic entertainment respectively and lent reworked versions of their signature hits.
Just in case you missed it, you can see them both below:
Friday, August 30th 2013
Alicia Keys both inspired and moved fans today, when she took her unique brand of authentic soul to the ‘GMA‘ concert series!
While there, she performed her smash hit singles ‘Girl on Fire’ and ’Fire We Make’ to name just two, sporting a brand new hair cut and armed with her ever trusty piano.
Fall in love with Ms.Keys again below…
Saturday, July 6th 2013
Looks like ‘Fire We Make’ duo Alicia Keys and Maxwell are looking to make more hot music if his recent announcement is anything to go by.
Indeed, while the ‘This Woman’s Work’ wailer is hard at work on ‘blackSUMMERSnight’ – the second of his critically acclaimed trilogy, recent interviews with Essence and Billboard have lent clues about what else the crooner is hard at work on.
Reportedly teaming with Alicia Keys for a “Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell”-styled duet EP, peek after the jump to get the details on both of the crooner’s upcoming ventures and when you can get your hands on them:
Thursday, July 4th 2013
Fergie, Anita Baker, Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Justin Timberlake.
First mention of the aforementioned names usually evoke memories of some of the past two decades’ top pop hits. However, as our list below details, even some of music’s most prized acts have hit their fair share of sour notes.
Every year on U.S. ‘Independence Day’ the likes of Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Beyonce are oft-praised for their awe-inspiring renditions of the U.S. national anthem ‘The Star Spangled Banner’, while other renditions of the historical number will go down in history for some less flattering reasons.
Forgotten words, bum notes, and all around embarrassment await below. See our top 10 list of the “best of the worst” ‘Star Spangled Banner’ performances and weigh in:
Friday, June 28th 2013
Ariana Grande burns bright on the latest edition ‘Seventeen’, rocking the mag for a tell all piece centered around her brand new single ‘The Way‘.
Celebrating the song’s success with the teen publication, Ariana’s time with them also saw her open up on the difficulties she faced, when confronted with a fellow actor who bullied her throughout their time together.
Full story below…