Alicia Keys — COLORSxSTUDIOS

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Alicia Keys

Few artists have made a mark on the music industry in the past few decades quite like Alicia Keys. From her stunning debut album ‘Songs in A Minor’ which dropped back in 2001 all the way through to ‘Here’, which dropped in 2016, Alicia Keys’ voice and poetic songwriting has resonated with millions across the world and has cemented her as one of the most cherished singers of our generation. Last week, Keys released ‘ALICIA’, her most personal and autobiographical seventh studio album which enlists the likes of Tierra Whack, Sampha, Miguel, Khalid amongst others and features singles like ‘Show Me Love’, ‘Time Machine’ and ‘Underdog’.

joesef – come down

joesef – come down

Having introduced himself with his stellar debut single ‘Limbo’ last year, Scottish singer/songwriter Joesef went onto releasing his brilliant debut EP ‘Play Me Something Nice’. The six track EP showcased the artist’s versatility as a songwriter and vocalist through singles like ‘Loverboy’ and the titular track ‘Play Me Something Nice’. Since then, the rising artist has been shortlisted on BBC’s Sound of 2020 poll and more recently, has shared his equally impressive follow up project ‘Does It Make You Feel Good?’.

As part of his A COLORS Show, the Joesef shares a soothing performance of ‘Comedown’, the melancholic and utterly breathtaking closing song to ‘Does It Make You Feel Good?’. Soundtracked by wistful guitars and strings, the track sees the Glasweigian artist’s charming and emotive tones soothe your soul as he yearns for a lost loved one. Stream the performance of ‘Comedown’ above and be sure to give ‘Does It Make You Feel Good?’ a spin too.

Alicia Keys ft Sir – Three hour drive

Alicia Keys ft Sir – Three hour drive

Few artists have made a mark on the music industry in the past few decades quite like Alicia Keys. From her stunning debut album ‘Songs in A Minor’ which dropped back in 2001 all the way through to ‘Here’, which dropped in 2016, Alicia Keys’ voice and poetic songwriting has resonated with millions across the world and has cemented her as one of the most cherished singers of our generation. Last week, Keys released ‘ALICIA’, her most personal and autobiographical seventh studio album which enlists the likes of Tierra Whack, Sampha, Miguel, Khalid amongst others and features singles like ‘Show Me Love’, ‘Time Machine’ and ‘Underdog’.

As part of her COLORS show, Alicia delivers an exclusive rendition of ‘Three Hour Drive’, another dazzling cut taken from ‘ALICIA’ and which originally features Sampha. For this special performance, Alicia is joined by COLORS alumnus SiR whose enriching tones wonderfully complement Alicia’s equally soothing and endearing voice. Watch the mesmerising performance of ‘Three Hour Drive’ up top and be sure to put ‘ALICIA’ on rotation too.

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