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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.
Written in 2007, the empowering track features Keys singing about her searching for her inner strength.
'The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute to The Beatles' will be celebrated with a one-time reunion of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart.
The two singers, who are currently touring together, perform an acoustic version of Bob Marley's 'Redemption Song' during a show in Australia.
The stripped down version of PM Dawn's 1992 hit arrives via AKVailt, Keys' new website where fans can visit to enjoy her unreleased videos, photos, blogs and more.
Wonder, who headlines the event to raise awareness of poverty around the world, performs a cover of John Lennon's 'Imagine', while Keys promotes gender equality with 'Girl on Fire'.
The diva performed songs from her LP 'Girl on Fire' including her 'Fire We Make' duet with Maxwell.
While singing about love lost and loneliness, the R'n'B diva plays a woman who works as a showgirl and a nightclub singer in Las Vegas.
The R'n'B diva is moving ahead with her Tel Aviv concert despite being urged to cancel by 'The Color Purple' author Alice Walker.
The two lady performers first wowed the crowd before the show said goodbye to finalist Angie Miller.
The R'n'B diva declares it's a new day and calls listeners to celebrate her new 'Girl on Fire' single.
The R'n'B pair heat up the new music video as they deliver the steamy duet off her 'Girl on Fire' album.