The 2nd annual Made in America Festival in Philadelphia boasted an array of great performances Saturday (Aug. 31) -- including the queen herself, Beyonce. The R&B superstar closed out the first day of her husband Jay Z's music fest with an exciting 90-minute live show.
Rain poured down over New York City Wednesday evening (Aug. 28), but the skies cleared up right before U.K. songstress Emeli Sande hit the stage at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park. Her loyal fans pulled out their umbrellas and chanted, "Emeli, Emeli, Emeli" until she walked out and took her seat at a piano in the center of the stage.
Emeli Sande has yet to be a household name, but the Scottish singer has been blowing up all over Europe, especially the U.K. She has collaborated with notable British rappers Professor Green, Devlin and Tinie Tempah -- making her more "fearless with her songwriting...
Kendrick Lamar’s international remix of his single, 'Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe,' features the lovely songbird Emile Sande. The duo performed the song together live in New York earlier this month and now it's here for your enjoyment.
Kendrick Lamar performed in front of some of his fans at the Galapagos Art Space for a private event held by Foot Action last night. And a surprise guest showed up to assist him on one of his most popular tracks.
A big band version of Beyonce's 'Crazy in Love'? Well, that's just what was created specifically for 'The Great Gatsby' soundtrack, executive produced by Jay-Z. The song, which debuted today, finds U.K. chanteuse Emeli Sande taking on the major duty of matching the former Destiny's Child frontwoman's vocals.
What are you listening to these days? In 2013, there are so many new artists emerging and creating movements expanding outside of their respective cities in an effort to gain global recognition. We understand that it can get overwhelming at times to pay attention to every rapper and singer crafting bass-thumping tracks and catchy melodies...