Photo by Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagicMusic meets nature in this new Discovery Channel series. Christina Aguilera and Ellie Goulding are among the music stars lending their voices to a six-part nature show premiering this summer.
Each episode of the show, called Hello World!, will feature narration from an artist and showcase one of their songs. In Christina's episode, her song “Light Up the Sky” will be used to show the maternal instincts of animals including a mountain goat and a cheetah. And Ellie’s episode is all about how animals attract a mate, using her song “Something in the Way You Movie” as the backdrop.
Other musicians featured on the series include Usher and rockers Joan Jett, Dave Matthews and Steven Tyler.Hello World! premieres July 9.
Kevin Mazur/WireImageA day after she wowed the Billboard Music Awards audience with a literally high-flying performance of her song "Just Like Fire," from the upcoming film Alice Through the Looking Glass, Pink appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
She admitted that her daughter Willow seemed to be excited about being in the video for the song, though she was "very disappointed" that she wasn't in the actual movie.
"But we had Mr. Depp's stunt double in the video," Pink said, noting Willow "developed quite a crush."
Incidentally, Pink let slip that she had quite a crush on the real Depp, who she deliberately "dodged" when he appeared with Kimmel earlier. "I can't talk [around him]" she said. "Him and Michael Keaton."
Pink explained that her husband forced her to meet Depp during a chance encounter at a record store, and it didn't go well. "I went up to him and an I said, 'Hey, just saw Alice, and I'm doing a song,'" Pink recalled. "And he's like, 'You saw Alice Cooper?' And I was like, 'No, no, no, no, I saw the movie Alice...anyway, you were great.' And he goes, 'Oh, I thought you were telling me you saw Alice Cooper.'
And then he goes, 'You just keep on pushing on.' And I was like, 'Oh, for God's sake.'"
However, more embarrassment was in store, as during an anecdote about writing songs for films, Depp came back onto the stage, and Pink's neck went beet red and though laughing, she was visibly flustered. "Can we get Michael Keaton out here?" Kimmel asked with a laugh.
Depp, who has a habit of kissing Kimmel on the lips, did so again, and the host wanted Depp to share the love. The actor politely declined, seeming to think Pink's husband Carey Hart was going to shoot him, to which Pink said, "No, he'll shoot ME!"
The exchange ended with the pair giving each other a hug, and Pink telling the audience, which was egging her on: "I hate you," something she repeated to Kimmel. "This is the worst day ever," she joked.
Despite being physically hot by the meeting, Pink took to Kimmel's outdoor stage and performed "Just Like Fire," and closed by covering "White Rabbit," the Alice in Wonderland-inspired Jefferson Airplane song.
Aftermath RecordsEminem is raising money for his foundation with some collectible items now available on his website, Eminem.com, in celebration of the 16th anniversary of The Marshall Mathers LP.
You can purchase a brick from the remains of Eminem's childhood home, featured on the artwork for The Marshall Mathers LP. There are also Marshall Mathers dog tags made from re-purposed wood from the home, as well as a cassette re-release of The Marshall Mathers LP.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these items will be donated to the Marshall Mathers Foundation, which provides funds for organizations working with at-risk youth in Michigan and throughout the U.S.
The Marshall Mathers LP was released May 23, 2000, and features the hits "The Real Slim Shady," "The Way I Am," and "Stan."
Hannah Huston performs on "The Voice"; Tyler Golden/NBCThe season-10 finale of The Voice began Monday night with the remaining four artists taking the stage in hopes of winning the viewers' votes -- and a recording contract.
Adam Wakefield, of Team Blake Shelton; Alisan Porter, of Team Christina Aguilera; Hannah Huston, of Team Pharrell Williams; and Laith Al-Saadi, of Team Adam Levine performed a cover, a duet with a coach, and a brand-new original song they wrote themselves.
Laith kicked off the show with a rockin' rendition of “White Room” by Cream. Blake admitted that he was wrong when he told Laith earlier in the season to focus more on his singing and less on his guitar playing. Adam raved about his artist's "purity of spirit and heart."
Alisan was up next with her original song, a ballad titled "Down That Road." Adam suggested that, if she were to be judged purely on her voice, Alisan deserves to win the competition. Blake called her the "real deal." Christina seconded what Adam said, declaring Alisan "the epitome of The Voice."
Adam Wakefield teamed up with his coach, Blake, for a duet of “The Conversation” by Hank Williams, Jr. and Waylon Jennings.
Hannah's cover had her put a slower, piano- and strings-driven spin on The Police tune "Every Breath You Take." Adam said he loves the original version so much, and was scared to hear Hannah's take, but he thought it was "awesome." Blake added that it was risky, but he believes it will pay off. Crediting the house band for the arrangement, Pharrell said it was "genius" for Hannah to take the song to a different but beautiful place.
Laith returned to the stage for his duet with his coach, Adam, who sat it on drums. Together, they performed a Beatles/Abbey Road medley that included "Carry That Weight" and "The End."
Alisan and her coach, Christina, followed with their own duet, tackling “You’ve Got A Friend” by James Taylor and Carole King.
Adam Wakefield pulled out his guitar for his original song, the country tune “Lonesome, Broken and Blue.” Adam Levine thought it was cool that the contestant was able to perform his own song for millions of viewers. Blake was touched by the lyrics, describing them as "so good." He said the song reminded him of something the late Keith Whitley would have recorded.
Pharrell stepped onto the stage with Hannah for their duet. They sang "Brand New," Pharrell's song with Justin Timberlake.
Laith's original composition was a bluesy song titled "Morning Light." Pharrell praised the chord changes. Adam said Laith fills the room with joy.
Adam Wakefield sat behind the piano for his cover, “When I Call Your Name” by Vince Gill. Christina was impressed by his ad-libs and his runs. Blake complimented him on his taste in making those runs.
Hannah capped her night with an energetic song titled "I Call the Shots." Pharrell said her calling the shots was all her, and he's proud of her.
For the final performance of the night, Alisan belted out Barbra Streisand's version of the West Side Story tune "Somewhere." Christina was brought to tears, telling the audience how hard Alisan has been working.
The new Voice champ will be announced Tuesday night. The two-hour results show airs on NBC at 9 p.m. Eastern time.
Simon EmmettIt’s not often we get to see Adele dance in one of her videos. She’s usually too busy making us weep. But in her new visual for “Send My Love (to Your New Lover)” -- which she debuted at the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night -- the singer really lets loose. The video’s director, Patrick Daughters, tells Entertainment Weekly how he was able to show us a different side to the pop star.
“This was all very natural to her,” he says of the movement-heavy video. “This is just her being very physically expressive in a way that people aren’t used to seeing.”
As she dances in the video, images of her begin to multiply to create a dreamy effect. That concept, Daughters says, was inspired by the lyrics to the song.
“It related to one of the lines in the song actually, the line about letting go of her ghosts,” he explains. “This was a riff on that idea, the idea being that there would be different takes of hers that might be coming from slightly different places in terms of her emotions and her performance and we would be layering them together.”
Adele made key decisions for the look and feel of the video, including choosing the floral dress she wears in the clip and doing her own choreography. “After a couple takes, once everybody was a little bit looser in term of us on the camera side, she just really let go,” Daughters says. “Towards the end, we were doing takes that were more about the movement and less about the emotional performance. They were about the patterning, how this was going to appear layered over many times, playing with the texture of the dress a little bit.”
He adds that “there’s a lot of different versions of this video to see but they’re all there at the same time.”
Meanwhile, here's something for Adele to dance about: U.K.'s The Sun is reporting that she has landed a $130 million record deal with Sony Music -- the biggest deal ever for a British musician.
Getty Images via ABCRachel Platten co-hosted the Billboard Music Awards red carpet this past Sunday and it's easy to see why they asked her to do so: she looks great on camera 'cause she's gorgeous. Does that mean that at some point, she'd like to get into acting? She says, "Maybe."
"You know I would’ve said, a year ago, 'Absolutely not, I’m a terrible actress!'" Rachel tells ABC Radio. "But part of making music videos is a little bit of acting, even though you’re diving into words that you wrote, because you’re put in these scenarios where you have to recreate the emotion."
"I learned that I could cry on command, which is great!" she laughs. "So, maybe, I dunno!"
Meanwhile, there's plenty going on in Rachel's music career to keep her busy while she decides if she wants to take the plunge and start an acting career. She recently released the third single from her album Wildfire, "Better Place." Of course, Rachel has already scored two big hits: "Fight Song" and "Stand By You."
"The best part about releasing an album with two singles that...have already worked is, [with] this third one, the pressure is off!" she laughs.
Rachel will play a number of fairs and festivals throughout the summer, including the Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival, which takes place in August in Long Island, New York.
ABC/Randy HolmesMariah Carey is getting more of a footing in the television world.
The best-selling singer and songwriter has reconnected with the Hallmark Channel, inking a three-picture deal that will entail her developing, executive producing, directing and co-starring in original movies and contributing original new music for each.
According to Deadline, the first movie in the two-year deal is slated to premiere at the beginning of 2017.
The “Vision of Love” chanteuse's first venture with Hallmark yielded the movie A Christmas Melody last December, which drew 3.9 million viewers. Mariah Carey’s Merriest Christmas musical event was the most-watched holiday special for the network, which sponsored a string of Carey’s sold-out holiday concerts in New York City.
Carey ‘s upcoming docuseries, Mariah’s World -- following her international tour -- is expected to debut in the fall on the E! network.
Drake was nominated in eleven categories at last night’s Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, and even though he was in Sin City, he decided to work on his golf swing instead of attending the show at the T-Mobile Arena.
Drizzy won Top Rap Artist, but according to TMZ, he wasn’t present to accept his trophy because he was hitting golf balls on The Strip a few blocks away at the MGM Grand Hotel. He joined friends at the four-level TopGolf sports and entertainment complex which features 108 hitting bays, five bars, two pools and VIP cabanas.
While he was almost shut out at the Billboard Awards, Drake continues to dominate the charts. Views remains number one on the Billboard 200 album chart for the third straight week, and “One Dance’ returns to the top of the Hot 100 replacing Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling.”
Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images via ABCJustin Bieber is not a fan of awards shows. In a lengthy Instagram post following his appearance at the Billboard Music Awards last night, Justin writes that he doesn’t “feel good” at ceremonies like that.
“I don’t know about these awards shows,” he writes. “No disrespect to anybody at any of the shows or the people running it … But I don’t feel good when I’m there nor after.”
Justin performed his songs “Company” and “Sorry” at the show.
“I try to think of it as a celebration but can’t help feeling like people are rating and grading my performance,” he continues. “A lot of people in the audience there seem to be worried about how much camera time they will get or who they can network with. When I’m doing a regular show I feel they are there for the right reasons and to strictly have a good time! But these award shows seem so hollow.”
Justin concludes, “I am privileged and honored to be recognized by my peers but in these settings I can't feel the recognition. There's an authenticity missing that I crave! And I wonder does anybody else..”
Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images via ABCAfter receiving criticism for her tribute to Prince at the Billboard Music Awards last night, Madonna is hitting back on Instagram.
"Deal with It!" she writes in one post, in apparent reference to the backlash. She adds in a second post, "Anyone who wants to do a tribute to Prince is welcome to. Whatever your age Gender or skin Color. If you loved him and he inspired you then show it!!!! I love Prince 4 ever."
Prior to Madonna’s performance, a petition was launched on Change.org demanding that other artists be added to the tribute. Then, almost immediately after the Billboard tribute, BET tweeted a promo clip for its own tribute on the upcoming BET Awards and threw some shade Madonna’s way.
“Yeah, we saw that. Don’t worry. We Got You," the promo declared.
ABC/Fred LeeWay before Taylor Swift even filmed her first Apple ad, she knew it would go viral. Apple Music head of content Larry Jackson tells Billboard the singer even came up with the idea for the first ad herself -- which featured Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” and some slapstick from Taylor.
"She sent me a bulletin board of ideas that and one of them was her falling and tripping on a treadmill, and the parenthetical sentence that came afterword was, 'This is gonna go viral,'" Jackson says. "And she was right."
The spot has racked up more than 17 million YouTube views since it was released April 1. She’s released two more ads -- one featuring her getting ready for a night out to Jimmy Eat World’s “The Middle” and another with her dancing around her living room to The Darkness’ “I Believe in a Thing Called Love.” All of the songs featured in her ads have received major sales bumps.
Kevin Mazur/WireImage for NPG Records 2013Prince, who was found unresponsive in an elevator inside his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota in April, may have been dead for hours before his body was discovered, a source confirmed to ABC News.
Minneapolis' Star Tribune first reported that the late singer was likely "dead for at least six hours." A paramedic who responded to the scene told law enforcement, Prince's staff, and others that detail, adds the newspaper.
The music legend's cause of death has not yet been announced, though an autopsy was performed April 22 and results of toxicology tests are expected in the coming weeks.
According to the Midwest Medical Examiner's office, Prince's body was returned to the family after the autopsy was completed.
Still, less than a week after the singer's death, authorities obtained a search warrant for Prince’s Paisley Park estate. The sealed paperwork was filed one day after law enforcement sources told ABC News that prescription drugs had been found in Prince’s possession and at his home.
Sources also told ABC News that investigators are looking into whether Prince died from an overdose and whether a doctor was prescribing him drugs in the weeks beforehand.
Prince's sister Tyka Nelson said in a Facebook post that the family will hold an official memorial in August.
The 2016 Billboard Music Awards was all about The Weeknd, who grabbed eight trophies, including Top Hot 100 Artist, Top R&B Artist, Top R&B Song for "The Hills," and Top R&B Album for Beauty Behind the Madness. Adele took home five awards, including Top Female Artist, Top 200 Album for 25, and the big one, Top Artist.
The Weeknd dedicated his Top 100 Artist award to Prince, who died suddenly last month. In The Weeknd's acceptance speech, he noted that the legendary artist was an inspiration to him, helping him "push the envelope."
Adele, who is currently on tour and couldn't make it to the telecast, accepted her award via pre-taped messages. "It's lovely to be in everyone's company," Adele said in her video acceptance speech for Top Artist, adding, "I'm about to go on stage!"
The show also featured the premiere of the video for Adele's new single "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)." The psychedelic clip for the third release from her album 25 shows the singer draped in a flowing, floral gown set against a black background with multiple Adeles appearing in kaleidoscopic form.
Britney Spears, opened the show, taking the stage in a pink top hat and jacket, before stripping down to a more revealing outfit and performing a medley of hits that included "Work B****," "Womanizer," "Breathe on Me," "Slave 4 U," "Toxic" and a chorus of Joan Jett's "I Love Rock 'N Roll" for good measure.
Kesha, whose appearance on the show was up in the air at one point due to her ongoing lawsuit with her producer, Dr. Luke, ended up paying tribute to Bob Dylan, backed by Ben Folds on piano. They performed the Dylan classic "It Ain't Me Babe."
Pink gave a breathtaking performance, soaring high in the air suspended by ropes and surrounded by flames as she belted out "Just Like Fire," from the upcoming film Alice through the Looking Glass.
Céline Dion, who was the recipient of this year's Icon Award, delivered a powerful performance of Queen's "The Show Must Go On," backed by violinist Lindsey Stirling. Afterwards, her son, Rene-Charles Angelil surprised her by walking on stage to make the presentation. After thanking her fans and crew, she made a special dedication -- in French -- to her late husband Rene Angelil, who lost his long battle with throat cancer in January Choking back tears, Dion closed her speech by declaring, "The show must go on."
The Go-Go's, who made history during the 1980s as the first and only all-female band that both wrote their own songs and played their own instruments to top the Billboard album charts, reunited on stage and performed their hit, "We Got the Beat." The band is launching a farewell tour this summer after 38 years together.
The highlight of the evening was Madonna and Stevie Wonder teaming up for a touching tribute to Prince. After Madonna performed Prince's "Nothing Compares 2 U," made famous by Sinead O'Connor, Wonder joined her for a duet on Prince's classic "Purple Rain." The musical tributes were introduced by The Roots' drummer Questlove, who noted the music legend affected all of us, "no matter what kind of music we make, no matter how long we made it, no matter our race, our color or our creed or sexual orientation," adding that Prince's departure from the land of music "was an earthquake."
The night's lineup also included the following performances:
Shawn Mendes, "Stitches" Fifth Harmony featuring Dolla $ign, “Work from Home” Meghan Trainor, "No" Justin Bieber, "Company" and "Sorry" Nick Jonas and Tove Lo, "Close" Demi Lovato, "Cool for the Summer" DNCE, "Cake by the Ocean" Lucas Graham, "7 Years." Ariana Grande, "Dangerous and "Into You" Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton, "Go Ahead and Break My Heart"
The three-hour show, broadcast live on ABC from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, was hosted by Ludacris and Ciara.
Here are the 2016 Billboard Music Award winners:
TOP ARTIST Adele
Top New Artist: Fetty Wap
Top Male Artist: Justin Bieber
Top Female Artist: Adele
Top Duo/Group: One Direction
Top Billboard 200 Artist: Adele
Top Hot 100 Artist: The Weeknd
Top Song Sales Artist: The Weeknd
Top Radio Songs Artist: The Weeknd
Top Streaming Songs Artist: The Weeknd
Top Social Media Artist: Justin Bieber
Top Touring Artist: Taylor Swift
Top R&B Artist: The Weeknd
Top Rap Artist: Drake
Top Country Artist: Luke Bryan
Top Rock Artist: twenty one pilots
Top Latin Artist: Romeo Santos
Top Dance/Electronic Artist: David Guetta
Top Christian Artist: Hillsong UNITED
Top Gospel Artist: Kirk Franklin
Top Billboard 200 Album: Adele, 25
Top Soundtrack: Pitch Perfect 2
Top R&B Album The Weeknd, Beauty Behind the Madness
Top Rap Album: Meek Mill, Dreams Worth More than Money
Top Country Album: Chris Stapleton, Traveller
Top Rock Album: twenty one pilots, Blurryface
Top Latin Album: Juan Gabriel, Los Dúo
Top Dance/Electronic Album: Zedd, True Colors
Top Christian Album: Lauren Daigle, How Can It Be
Top Gospel Album: *Kirk Franklin, Losing My Religion
Top Hot 100 Song: Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth, “See You Again”
Top Selling Song: Adele, “Hello”
Top Radio Song: WALK THE MOON, “Shut Up And Dance”
Top Streaming Song (Audio): The Weeknd, “The Hills”
Top Streaming Song (Video): Silentó, “Watch Me”
Top R&B Song: The Weeknd, “The Hills”
Top Rap Song: Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth, “See You Again”
Top Country Song: Thomas Rhett, “Die A Happy Man”
Top Rock Song: WALK THE MOON, “Shut Up And Dance”
Top Latin Song: Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias, “El Perdón
Top Dance/Electronic Song: Major Lazer & DJ Snake ft. MØ “Lean On”
Top Christian Song: Hillsong UNITED “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)”
Top Gospel Song: Kirk Franklin, “Wanna Be Happy?”
Fan Voted Billboard Chart Achievement Award: Rihanna
Dick Clark ProductionsWill The Weeknd win big? Will Adele’s new video make us cry? Who’ll have the most memorable performance? All these questions and more will be answered tonight when the Billboard Music Awards airs on ABC.
The Weeknd is the night’s lead nominee, with a whopping 19 nods in 16 categories. Justin Bieber follows with 12 nominations in 11 categories, while Drake and Fetty Wap are finalists 11 times in 10 categories. Taylor Swift and Adele are both up for eight awards.
Adele will also be premiering her new video for “Send My Love (to Your New Lover)” during the broadcast. Performers include Meghan Trainor, Rihanna, Kesha, Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Pink, Celine Dion, DNCE, Fifth Harmony, The Go-Go’s, Demi Lovato, Shawn Mendes, Troye Sivan, Nick Jonas and Tove Lo. Madonna will also be performing a tribute to Prince.
The 2016 Billboard Music Awards, hosted by Ludacris and Ciara, will air live on ABC starting at 8 p.m. ET.
Before the show, the T-Mobile Magenta Carpet Live at the BBMAs will take place, with co-host Rachel Platten. You can watch a live stream of the carpet at BillboardMusicAwards.com, Billboard.com and on Facebook.com/T-Mobile beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Trae Patton/CBSMeghan Trainor, Maroon 5, Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith have all contributed signed memorabilia to the Grammys' latest online charity auction. The lot also includes autographed items by Katy Perry, Imagine Dragons and The Weeknd.
Maroon 5 and Katy both signed guitars, while Ed and Sam signed vinyl copies of their albums. Meghan put her signature on a framed Grammy program, Imagine Dragons autographed a copy of their Billboard magazine cover and The Weeknd signed a microphone.
The auction, which will be open through June 3, is being held in honor of the MusiCares MAP Fund benefit concert, which this year recognizes R&B legend Smokey Robinson.
Jason Merritt/Getty Images via ABCA car accident that put him in the hospital is definitely not what Calvin Harris came for. The superstar deejay and main squeeze of Taylor Swift was injured Friday night in L.A. and was forced to cancel a couple of gigs.
In a statement provided to ABC News on Saturday, Calvin's rep said, "Adam [Wiles, Harris' birth name] was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck in a serious collision last night in Los Angeles. He was examined by doctors and sustained a number of injuries. He has since been checked out of hospital and is now recovering."
"We wish all the other passengers involved in the incident a fast recovery," the statement added. "As a result he was not able to perform in Las Vegas at his Omnia residency and will be unable to perform tonight [Saturday] at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Updates to follow."
The LAPD told ABC News that the accident happened around 11pm Friday night when a young driver crossed the center line and crashed into an SUV in which Calvin was a passenger. One young girl was ejected from the vehicle that hit Calvin's, and suffered a broken pelvis.
Calvin's current single is "This Is What You Came For," his latest collaboration with Rihanna.
ABC RadioJason Derulo officially met his wax doppelganger this week. The singer unveiled his wax figure at Madame Tussaud’s Hollywood Thursday and took photos next to his lookalike. Jason also gave a special performance for his fans on the rooftop of the museum.
“This place is a staple in Hollywood,” Jason said. “When you’re walking or driving down Hollywood Boulevard, this is one of the places you have to come. It’s literally a legendary place, so to be a part of that family is such a blessing.”
His wax likeness is posed in one of his signature dance moves. It wears black Golden Denim jeans which Jason personally donated and red Nike Air Force One sneakers. The statue is valued at more than $350,000.
Image Group LA/ABCYour first taste of new Fergie music is here. The singer teased a new song on Instagram Friday with a frenetic black-and-white video clip.
“To stay it’s complicated, understatement of the year/Well maybe conflict made it the new flavor in your ear/They know that I’m a problem, that’s why everybody’s scared,” she sings on the hip-hop-influenced track.
No word yet on when her new album will drop, but her husband Josh Duhamel previously hinted to People that “it’s so good” and “people are going to be amazed.”
Disney•PixarThings are going swimmingly for Sia. The singer-songwriter will be performing the end-credit song for Disney-Pixar’s Finding Dory. She’s recorded a version of the classic Nat King Cole ballad, “Unforgettable.”
Sia performed the song for the first time on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today. Ellen, of course, voices the forgetful blue fish, Dory.
“Dory's story makes me teary,” Sia says. “When Ellen asked me, I couldn't refuse!”
Finding Dory director Andrew Stanton was also a fan of the Aussie singer. “In the same way Robbie Williams did his own unique twist on a classic song for Finding Nemo, Sia captures the soulful truth of the Nat King Cole classic ‘Unforgettable,’ and makes it all her own,” he says in a statement. “They are a perfect complement to one another, just like the two films.”
Finding Dory, the sequel to 2003’s Finding Nemo, comes out June 17. That same day, the soundtrack will be released.
RCA/Paola KudackiAlicia Keys throws a block party in her new “In Common” video which she premiered Friday.
Alicia says in a statement, "This video is about celebrating our individuality, and how in the brilliance of our uniqueness, the magic of it all is at the core, we are all the same.” She continues, “We want the same things. We all want to experience love, the freedom to be our truest selves, to love whomever we want and to be accepted and celebrated for all of our nuances and so called imperfections that make us, us."
Directed by Pierre Debusschere, the black-and-white clip features Keys singing on a fire escape as she’s joined by children and adults dancing along a police barrier.
“In Common” is the first single from Keys' sixth studio album which is expected to be released this summer. She will perform the song May 28 at the UEFA European Champions League soccer championship game in Milan, Italy.