John Legend

Snoop Dogg's eleventh album, Doggumentary drops on March 29th and the album's tracklist has been revealed. It features collabs with Kanye West, R. Kelly and more!

John Legend is slated to return to the studio with the man who helped make him one of the biggest names in R&B, Kanye West. Legend says that he's already begun work on the album.

The National Academy of the Recording Arts and Sciences announced the nominations for the 53rd annual Grammy Awards last night in Los Angeles.

Ebony Magazine celebrated it’s 65th Anniversary by recreating some of their more memorable covers. Taraji P. Henson, John Legend, Nia Long, Usher and many more paid tribute to legends like Dorothy Dandridge Sammy Davis, Jr. and Sidney Poitier. Click the gallery to see them all.

Spike Lee will be in the director’s chair for a live webcast of John Legend & The Roots’ September 23rd concert in New York City.

John Legend & The Roots’ tackled Donny Hathaway’s classic song “Little Ghetto Boy” for their collaborative album, Wake Up.

John Legend and The Legendary Roots Crew remake Baby Huey’s song that has spawned so many notable hip hop samples, with Black Thought spitting on this one.Wake Up! Drops September 21st.

John Legend & The Roots dug in the crates to find a selection of classic and obscure sides from the ’60s and ’70s for their collaborative album of cover songs, Wake Up.

With President Obama announcing the end of the war in Iraq, it’s fitting that John Legend & The Roots released this live in-studio video of their version of Bill Withers’ “I Can’t Write Left-Handed” from their forthcoming collaborative album, Wake Up.

Shot in Brooklyn Heights last month, John Legend & The Roots’ video for their cover of Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes’ 70’s classic “Wake Up Everybody” featuring Common & Melanie Fiona finally premiered.