Yesterday, recording artist, Aloe Blacc appeared on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan for a heart-warming performance of his newest single “I Do” – a musical testimony and affirmation of love to his wife, recording artist Maya Jupiter. Even as he performed the song from his home in California, the chart-topping, GRAMMY-nominated R&B singer-songwriter — joined by his band, The Grand Scheme, also playing from their homes — is able to seamlessly connect with the music and the audience. “I Do” is the first single from Aloe Blacc’s forthcoming solo album on BMG, his first since critically-acclaimed major label debut Lift Your Spirit.
Watch his performance of “I Do” here: https://kellyandryan.com/?playlistVideoId=6150004622001
April 20th marks the second anniversary of the passing of Swedish DJ, remixer, and international hitmaker Avicii. Aloe Blacc and Avicii collaborated on a number of songs together, including platinum hits “Wake Me Up” and “SOS.” On Monday, in commemoration of his memory and music, Aloe will digitally host a 24-hour tribute, sharing dedications and conversations with Avicii collaborators, peers, and friends. . He’ll even choose select fans to be his duet partner; fans can post cover versions of “Wake Me Up” and “SOS” and tag #SingWithAloe to be considered. For more information, head over to Aloe’s socials linked below.
Watch the official video for “I Do” here: https://youtu.be/ZFXLDUtAqnE
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About Aloe Blacc
Aloe Blacc is a singer, songwriter, producer, and activist born to Panamanian immigrants who settled in California. Aloe was raised on the musical stylings of salsa, merengue, and cumbia and eventually discovered artists like KRS-One, Donny Hathaway, Joni Mitchell, and James Taylor – inspiring his unique fusion of soul, folk, R&B, and pop. From crossover hit “I Need a Dollar” to the chart-toppers “Wake Me Up” and “The Man,” Aloe has stamped his name on the music scene globally.
In 2019, Avicii’s family honored their son’s wish to have Aloe Blacc’s vocals feature on the first track from Avicii’s posthumous album, TIM. The song “SOS” was released in April to a welcome response from Avicii fans worldwide and topped the charts in several countries around the world, hitting No. 1 on the US Dance Charts. Several other collaborations with hit producers followed, including works with David Guetta, Lost Frequencies, Gryffin, Flight Facilities, Young Bombs, Mesto, and Hellberg.