New Music 411: Alicia Keys, Tinashe, Jim James & More


15-time Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, producer and philanthropist Alicia Keys, released her new sixth studio album, HERE. Offering an honest glimpse into what matters most to Keys, the artist shines a light on the sonic soulfulness and stories from New York, the city that raised her.


Tinashe released a brand new, 15 track project, Nightride, which follows her 2015 Amethyst mixtape. Accompanying the project is a video for the title-track, “Nightride.”


The frontman of My Morning Jacket frontman, Jim James, released his new solo album Eternally Even. NPR, which streamed Eternally Even in its entirety as part of its "First Listen" series, praised the album's "arresting, soulful…transcendent tunes."


Bruno Mars slows things down a little with the release of “Versace on the Floor,” one of the tracks appearing on his upcoming album 24K Magic. Slick synths and a sultry beat fuel the retro 1980's vibe of this ballad.


Bridgit Mendler debuted her new single "Do You Miss Me At All." The song comes just two weeks before her Nemesis EP see's its worldwide release on November 18th.


Los Angeles-based band Cheat Codes amp up the exhilaration at the heart of Broods' new single, "Heartlines," in a new remix. The song, which Broods co-wrote with fellow New Zealanders Lorde and Joel Little, is from the band's new album, Conscious.


Ishi has teamed up with Myspace to exclusively premiere their new music video for "Juno,” a song from their new EP Juno!, featuring a collection of songs that range from funk, nu disco, and indie rock bathed in the gospel.

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