Performed by Janet Jackson
"Love Will Never Do (Without You)" is a song recorded by American singer Janet Jackson, recorded for her fourth studio album "Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814" (1989). It topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for one week.
Performed by Lionel Richie
"Back to Front" is the first compilation album by American singer Lionel Richie. It contains songs from both his successful solo career and as part of the band the Commodores. The album includes the previously unreleased track "Love, Oh Love".
Performed by Hugh Jackman, Keala Settle, Zac Efron, Zendaya & The Greatest Showman Ensemble
"The Greatest Showman" is a 2017 American musical drama film. The track "The Greatest Show" is featured on the film's soundtrack, performed by Hugh Jackman, Keala Settle, Zac Efron, Zendaya & The Greatest Showman Ensemble.
Performed by Miguel featuring Natalia Lafourcade
"Remember Me (Dúo)" is a song from the 2017 film "Coco", and the song won an Academy Award. The song is performed variously within the film. Miguel and Natalia Lafourcade perform a pop version of the song that is featured in the film's end credits.
Performed by Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman Ensemble
"This Is Me" is a song performed by Keala Settle for the film "The Greatest Showman". It won the 2017 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song and has been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 90th Academy Awards.
Performed by Andra Day featuring Common
"Stand Up For Something" is a 2017 song performed by Andra Day featuring Common. The song was released as a lead single from the soundtrack album of 2017 film "Marshall", and at the 90th Academy Awards received a nomination for Best Original Song.
Performed by Mary J. Blige
"Mighty River" is a 2017 song performed by Mary J. Blige. The song was released as a lead single from the soundtrack album of 2017 film "Mudbound". "Mighty River" received Academy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Original Song.
Performed by Melba Moore
"This Is It" is the fifth album by Tony Award winner Melba Moore, released in 1976. Produced by Van McCoy, this album featured the hit title track, plus a rendition of Aretha Franklin's 1971 B-side song "Lean on Me", as well as the track "Free".