Performed by Ne-Yo featuring Charisse Mills
"Non-Fiction" is the sixth studio album by Ne-Yo. The album was released on January 27, 2015, by Motown Records, serving as the follow-up to his fifth album "R.E.D." (2012). The album includes the track "Integrity", which features Charisse Mills.
Performed by Leon Russell
"Leon Russell" is the debut solo album by the singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Leon Russell, released in 1970. The track "Give Peace a Chance", written by Russell and Bonnie Bramlett, is featured on the album.
Performed by Quindon Tarver
"The Christmas Song" (commonly subtitled "Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire" or, as it was originally subtitled, "Merry Christmas to You") is a classic Christmas song written in 1945, by Bob Wells and Mel Tormé. Quindon Tarver performs a rendition.
Performed by Nneka and Myron
"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" is a Christmas carol that first appeared in 1739 in the collection "Hymns and Sacred Poems". Nneka (currently named N.K. Morton) and Myron perform a duet of the song on the compilation album "Special Gift" (1996).
Performed by Michael English
"Mary, Did You Know?" is a Christmas song with lyrics written by Mark Lowry and music written by Buddy Greene. It was originally recorded by Christian recording artist Michael English on his self-titled debut solo album in 1991.
Performed by All-4-One
"Christmas to Me" is a track performed by Grammy Award and American Music Award winner All-4-One, featured on their album "Christmas EP: Volume One" (2014). Dubbed the "Dukes of R&B", the group has sold 22 million records worldwide.
Performed by All-4-One
"Old School Christmas" is a track performed by Grammy Award and American Music Award winner All-4-One, featured on their album "Christmas EP: Volume One" (2014). Dubbed the "Dukes of R&B", the group has sold 22 million records worldwide.
Performed by Sounds of Blackness
Sounds of Blackness is a Grammy Award winning vocal and instrumental ensemble. The track "Kwanzaa-Umoja-Uhuru (Swahili) (First Fruits of the Harvest-Unity-Freedom)" is featured on their album "Time for Healing" (1997).
Performed by Prince and The Revolution
"Let's Go Crazy" is a 1984 song by Prince and The Revolution, from the album "Purple Rain". It was the opening track on both the album and the film "Purple Rain". "Let's Go Crazy" was one of Prince's most popular songs, and was a staple.