Everything that made Friday battle on Instagram, more than a call to unity in these turbulent times, with each artist playing a series of “Newspaper” tours for “Ordinary People.” They also played new music with the legend “Jamais Break” and the Touches of the first “Best Way to Die.” ”
“I think we need a lot of hope now,” the Keys said as she played in “Empire State of Mind,” a song, she said, giving hope.
The Legend and the Keys opened the living room to play their duo “Redemption” and ended with the Legend playing “Glory”.
“Two-step John Legend like me after Henny’s second drink,” podcast host Jeff J. tweeted.
“John Legend dances like he got a 940 credit score,” tweeted singer Jessie Woo.
The dance legend has also been compared with Ellen DeGeneres’ moves.
The Keys and the Legend of the Battle was part of an ongoing series by producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland as a way to entertain fans during their forties.
Previous battles featured rappers Nelly and Ludacris, singers, Erykah Badu and Jill Scott as well as reggae singers Beenie Man and Bounty Killer.