Jazz pianist Robert Glasper is on a roll. After dropping his abstract video for 'Calls,' he releases another fantastic song from his upcoming album, 'Black Radio 2.' The Grammy-winning artist gives us the melodic 'Somebody Else' featuring the angelic vocals of Emeli Sande.
The Robert Glasper Experiment's 'Calls' featuring Jill Scott is the first single from the upcoming 'Black Radio 2,' and it's looking like the quartet is aiming for another Grammy for Best R&B Album. Today (Oct. 14), that song just got an accompanying video.
UPDATE: 'Let It Ride' has been removed because the song was an unofficial leak, but an official lyric video for the track is coming soon.
Grammy-award winning artists Robert Glasper and Norah Jones have teamed up for a wonderful jazzy song called 'Let iI Ride.' It's the third single from his upcoming album, 'Black Radio 2.'
The Robert Glasper Experiment deliver an inspirational new single, 'I Stand Alone,' that features fellow Illinois natives Common and Patrick Stump, the latter of whom you might know as the lead singer for Fall Out Boy.
After taking home an award for Best R&B Album at the 2013 Grammys, the Robert Glasper Experiment is back with their new video for "Golden Lady," a cover of Stevie Wonder's 1973 classic.
"Stevie's music has a special place in my heart," says Glasper. "'...
Robert Glasper Experiment's album Black Radio won the Best R&B Album award at the 2013 Grammy Awards.
Glasper, a 34-year-old jazz pianist, collaborated with a host of popular hip-hop and R&B artists on Black Radio. Erykah Badu, Lupe Fiasco, Ledisi, Yasiin Bey AKA Mos Def, among others, joined him on the project, which was met with nearly universal critical acclaim.