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Alicia addresses the public unrest that rises after the deaths of unarmed black people in the U.S., while Nicki opens up about her lost child.
Alicia held a rally along with thirty other women in front of the Nigerian consulate in New York to raise awareness on the 219 schoolgirls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in April.
The 'If I Ain't Got You' hitmaker takes to Instagram to share a photo of her baring her body with a sign of peace painted on her baby bump.
Madge announces the collaboration on Instagram while promoting the R'n'B star's new track 'We Are Here'.
The star sings about current global and political issues while playing the piano in the new music video that comes along with a lengthy message on Facebook.
In a teaser shared on Instagram, the singer rocks braids and sits on the piano while singing the new track.
The 'Girl on Fire' songstress reveals she's expecting another child with husband Swizz Beatz by posting a picture of the hip-hop star cradling her growing baby bump.
The 'If I Ain't Got You' hitmaker shares her excitement after joining Pharrell's team as a mentor, tweeting, 'His team killed it ;-).'
Keys is also joined onstage by Araab Muzik, Johnny Marr and Hans Zimmer to deliver the first TV performance of the track that appears in the soundtrack of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'.
The video also features some scenes of Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man saving people from villain Electro who's played by Jamie Foxx.
The video features appearances from the R'n'B diva and her collaborators, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell Williams and Hans Zimmer.
The song, which also features contributions from super producer Pharrell Williams and composer Hans Zimmer, will appear in the film's soundtrack album that's arriving on April 22.
In the campaign video for Affordable Care Act, Hill's mom said the least thing youths should do for their moms is to get covered by health insurance.
Also featuring contributions from Pharrell Williams and Hans Zimmer, the track called 'It's On Again' will appear in the soundtrack album that arrives on April 22.
The R'n'B queen says on her website that the song, which she recorded five years ago, is inspired by a painting by Chloe Early.