Musicians Wish Their Moms a Happy Mother's Day with Adorable PhotosArtists that proudly celebrated the holiday, included Chance the Rapper, Elton John, John Legend, DJ Khaled and Dolly Parton.
Lenny Kravitz to Perform Prince Tribute, Pharrell Williams to Induct Nile Rodgers at Rock Hall CelebrationAlso, Alicia Keys, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Indigo Girls will perform, Dhani Harrison will induct ELO and Pat Monahan will induct Journey.
Upcoming 'Carpool Karaoke' Series Looks EpicThe concept, which has broken YouTube records and dominated social media, remains as simple and delightful as ever. Only this time, a rotating cast of celebrities will replace James Corden.
Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys' Son Egypt Drops Piano FreestyleThe melody is standard and repetitive to start but as the video progresses, the kid's piano chops really shine.
5 Best Songs on Alicia Keys' Rootsy 'Here'It's one of Keys's deepest and most ambitious albums yet.
Alicia Keys Wants Paul Ryan to be her Valentine"Help bring justice reform to a vote, so we can keep families together and reunite those unjustly torn apart by excessive incarceration."
5 Artists Who Hit No. 1 Late in Their CareersDrake may finally be getting a number one song, who else took their time in topping the charts?
We Can Survive: Find Out What Went DownThere was no shortage of highlights at the second CBS Radio We Can Survive concert, which took place at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 24. Not only was the stage shared by Taylor Swift, Pharrell Williams, Gwen Stefani, Ariana Grande, and a handful of other heavyweight acts, there were fireworks and confetti, surprise guests, and a nonstop stream of hits.
MusiCares Tribute To Carole King Spans Generations, GenresSteven Tyler, P!nk, Lady Gaga, Sara Bareilles, Zac Brown, Miranda Lambert, Miguel and Alicia Keys were among the many artists who paid tribute last night to one of the greatest songwriters of popular music.
Alicia Keys, John Mayer, Stevie Wonder, Kings of Leon To Headline Global Citizen Festival"These four headlining artists are willing to play for free because they believe this generation wants to see the end of extreme poverty," said Hugh Evans, cofounder and CEO of Global Poverty Project.
Alicia Keys And Maroon 5 Drum Up GRAMMY Collabo
Alicia Keys, Maroon 5 And Frank Ocean Added As GRAMMY Performers