John Legend

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Si John Legend (ipinanganak John Roger Stephens; 28 Disyembre 1978), ay isang Amerikanong mang-aawit, songwriter, at musikero. Siya ay nanalo ng sampung Grammy Awards, isang Golden Globe, at isang Academy Award. Sa 2007, si Legend natanggap ang Hal David Starlight Award mula sa Songwriter Hall of Fame.

Bago ang paglabas ni Legend ng debut album, ang kanyang karera nakakuha ng momentum sa pamamagitan ng isang serye ng mga matagumpay na pakikipagtulungan sa mga tanyag na mga artist. Siya ay kumanta sa Magnetic Man's Getting Nowhere," Kanye West's "All of the Lights", Slum Village's "Selfish", at Dilated Peoples' "This Way." Iba pang mga artist na kasama si Jay Z's "Encore", at siya ay kumunta ng sang-back vocals sa Alicia Keys' 2003 kantang "You Don't Know My Name", ang Kanye West remix ni Britney Spears' "Me Against the Music", at Fort Minor's "High Road". Si Legend ang nagpatugtog ng piano kay Lauryn Hill's "Everything is Everything". Siya ay nakakuha ng para sa pagkukumpara ng mga sahog sa ibabaw ng mga hit mula sa kanyang nag-iisa sa trabaho pati na rin, kabilang ang mga Billboard Hot 100 number one single, "All of Me". Siya ay nanalo ng Academy Award para sa Pinakamahusay na Orihinal na Kanta sa 2015 para sa pagsusulat ng kanta ang "Glory" mula sa pelikulang Selma.

Diskograpiya[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Get Lifted (2004)

Once Again (2006)

Evolver (2008)

Love in the Future (2013)

Kolaborasyon[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Wake Up! (with The Roots) (2010)

Mga Sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

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