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The singer, who performed 'Take My Hand, Precious Lord' during the Sunday, February 8 Grammys, discusses what the song means to her in a behind-the-scenes clip.
'I'm working with a couple of new projects that I don't want to unveil, and then me and Beyonce and Jay Z are actually doing something together this year,' so Detail said at the Grammy Awards.
Ledisi, who sings 'Precious Lord, Take My Hand' in the film 'Selma', says that she's still a part of history although she wasn't asked to perform the song at the Sunday, February 8 ceremony.
The rapper, who interrupted Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at 2009's MTV VMA, surprised the crowd when he jumped onto the stage and approached Beck only to back off at the last minute.
Her mother Tina Knowles used to sing the song to her as a child, hence Beyonce could deliver such a powerful rendition of the old gospel.
The diva bags the Best R'n'B Performance Award for Jay-Z-assisted 'Drunk in Love', while Beck's 'Morning Phase' bests other albums in Best Rock Album category.
The winners list also includes John Legend (Outstanding Music Video for 'You and I'), Alicia Keys (Outstanding Song for 'We Are Here') and Aretha Franklin (Outstanding Album for 'Great Diva').
Beyonce's 'Haunted' remix, another song from the highly-anticipated film's soundtrack scheduled for release on February 10, has also arrived online.
The rapper confirms that the diva will sing 'Take My Hand Precious Lord' before he and John Legend perform their 'Selma' song 'Glory'.
The superstar couple has enrolled their daughter, Blue Ivy, into a private school in Los Angeles and they are currently living in a hotel in Beverly Hills while looking for a house.
Queen Bey teams up with a fitness trainer whom she and her rapper husband Jay-Z worked with to get in better shape in 2013.
The diva joins Common and John Legend who will perform 'Glory' from the film's soundtrack at the event set for Sunday, February 8.
The British singer, who covers the latest edition of Rolling Stone, says in an interview with the magazine that 'constant comparisons' to the 'Someone Like You' hitmaker may 'piss her off.'
The producer adds brand new electro-inspired beat to the lead single off Bey's 2014 re-release of her self-titled surprise album.
The 16-song set also features contributions from Ellie Goulding, The Weeknd, Sia, Jessie Ware, The Rolling Stones and Frank Sinatra among others.