15 celebrities -- including Alicia Keys, Jennifer Lopez, and Kerry Washington -- came together to each tweet a different line from Dr. MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech.
Alicia Keys' first song since 2016's 'Here' offers a soulful and simple message of openheartedness as we lurch into 2017.
She's not too worried about Adam Levine, though.
From Beyonce's rallying cry to K-Pop rookies BLACKPINK's jam to The Weeknd's brief yet brilliant Lana Del Rey collab, these are the best songs of the year.
From Ariana Grande to Beyoncé to Zayn, this is the best pop music that defined our 2016.
Keys said she originally planned to perform 'Blended Family' but had a change of heart in light of the election.
Between albums from John Legend and Grace VanderWaal and covers of favorite 'Hamilton' tracks, there's a whole bunch to look forward to.
John Legend, 'America's Got Talent' winner Grace Vanderwaal and 'Hamilton' all have highly anticipated album releases scheduled for 2016's final month.
Soulja Boy, Christina Aguilera and Shonda Rhimes also made their Election Day 2016 declarations.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus addressed what's at stake for climate change, Alicia Keys pushed for love over hate and Zendaya said, very simply: VOTE!