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• • • • • • • • Website Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III (born January 7, 1979), known as Aloe Blacc ( ), is an American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, businessman and philanthropist. He is best known for his singles ', ', which topped the charts in the United Kingdom, and for writing and performing vocals on ', which topped the charts in 22 countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom. Aside from his solo career, Blacc is also a member of musical duo, alongside American record producer. Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Early life [ ] Blacc was born Nathaniel Dawkins III in Southern California's to parents.
Growing up in, he began playing a rented trumpet in third grade. When it made more sense to buy the instrument, Blacc had what he later described as a 'very specific moment' in his evolution as a musician. 'It forced me to be serious about it. I couldn’t just do it to get out of the class room,' he said in a 2010 interview.
His exposure to in fourth grade was equally significant. 'It wasn’t too far off from the trumpet moment.I had a hip hop moment and a musician moment.' A Renaissance and Trustee Scholar at the, Blacc majored in linguistics and psychology and graduated in 2001.
He worked briefly in the corporate sector for. Career [ ] 1995–2002: Early career [ ] In 1995, Blacc teamed with hip hop producer Exile and formed -- 'no name' backwards—which was inspired by the title of a song. With break-beat loops and jazz samples, Emanon became a mainstay of the indie rap underground, and released their first mixtape in 1996, followed by the EP Acid 9 in 1999. They subsequently released three albums, Steps Through Time (2001), Imaginary Friends (2002), and The Waiting Room (2005). A fourth album, Bird's Eye View, was recorded but never released. While Emanon was Blacc's primary project during this time period, he additionally toured and recorded with the members of the collective Lootpack and worked with the French jazz group Jazz Liberatorz.
[ ] 2003–09: Shine Through [ ]. Main article: Blacc launched his career as a solo artist in 2003, releasing two EPs, and signing to Stone's Throw Records in 2006, after label head Chris Manak (known as ) heard Blacc and immediately offered him a contract for the 2006 full-length Shine Through. By then, he had become more focused on songwriting, a change inspired in part by his social consciousness. 'I was uncomfortable with the state of hip hop being largely about the expression of ego. I wondered how I could be more crafty at writing songs in the form of a rap that actually expressed more than ego, style and finesse,' he stated. 'I figured I would educate myself to learn more about songwriting and apply that later to hip hop.'
Shine Through was Blacc's first full-length album and was released in 2006. It received significant media attention in the U.S. Wrote that Shine Through had 'flashes of keen musical interpolation' and signaled 'some sort of greatness,', named the track 'Nascimento' as song of the day, and noted that Shine Through flows beautifully from one track to the next, infusing old-school funk and soul with a modern essence that makes it incredibly unique Also in 2009, while working on his second album, Blacc toured Europe and the United States with Emanon, and collaborated with the Japanese hip hop producer on a project called Bee. [ ] In 2006 Blacc attended the. 2010–11: Good Things [ ]. Aloe Blacc with Randal Fisher (saxophone); Chris Bautista (trumpet) live at the NSJ Festival, Rotterdam, Sunday 08 July 2012.
In 2010, Blacc released Good Things on Stones Throw Records. A commercial success, Good Things was certified gold in the UK, France, Germany and Australia, among other countries, and ultimately hit double platinum sales. The single ', which was used as the theme song to the series How To Make It in America, reached 1 million in sales in 2013; two additional singles, 'Loving You Is Killing Me' and 'Green Lights' became European hits as well. Good Things was praised by the media, receiving positive reviews in the,,,, and, among others. Shortly after the release of the record, Blacc signed with 's XIX Management.
In 2011, Blacc contributed a track to the album Red Hot + Rio 2, a follow-up to the 1996, with all proceeds donated to raise money and awareness to fight AIDS/HIV and related health and social issues. That summer, Blacc performed on the main stages at major festivals such as and The in Australia with his primary touring band The Grand Scheme. In 2012 he appeared at the renowned festival in, () and (). [ ] 2012–present: Major label debut Lift Your Spirit [ ]. Main article: In 2012, Blacc joined a music project, established by Emile Omar. Other musicians include Alex Finkin and Clement Petit. The band released its debut self-titled album Roseaux, with all eleven tracks featuring the vocals of Aloe Blacc.
The album reached #92 in French Albums Chart. The debut single, 'More Than Material', peaked at #80 on the French singles chart. [ ] Aloe Blacc, was brought in contact to Swedish DJ by 's co-vocalist who is a good friend of Avicii. As a result, in 2013, Blacc co-wrote the song ' with Avicii. With Blacc on vocals, the song reached #1 in 103 countries and became the fastest selling single in the UK, selling 267,000 copies in its first week. He also collaborated with Avicii on a track called 'Liar Liar' that featured as well. In September of that year, Blacc signed with Records and released an EP, titled.
The five-track EP included the songs 'Love is the Answer', 'Can You Do This', and 'Ticking Bomb', as well as an acoustic version of 'Wake Me Up'. 'Ticking Bomb' was used as the background music for the new game TV advert, and 'The Man' as background music for the commercials featuring,, and. 'Ticking Bomb' is also the theme for the WWE Pay-Per-View Payback.
In October 2013, Blacc released the music video for the track '. Blacc collaborated with the immigrant rights group National Day Laborer Organizing Network and the ABC* Foundation's Healing Power of Music Initiative. The director was Alex Rivera. The cast were real life immigrant activists: Hareth Andrade Ayala (a leader in the immigrant youth movement working to stop her own father's deportation), Agustin Chiprez Alvarez (a Los Angeles day laborer), and Margarita Reyes who was deported with her mother as a child despite being born in the U.S. Blacc's Interscope/XIX debut,, was released in November 2013, and featured production by,, and songwriter Harold Lilly, among others. In the UK, he helped promote his album by performing tracks from it on. Released in May 2014, Blacc features on the song 'The World is Ours' on the album, a compilation album released for the which was held in Brazil in June and July 2014.
Virtual Dj Djc Mp3 E2 Serial Number there. It was announced that Blacc would be the guest advisor for 's team on of. Aloe performed 'America the Beautiful' to open at the Levi's stadium in California. On May 5, 2015, a sneak peek of 's single ' featuring Aloe Blacc aired on 's 'Draft Academy.' The song was released on May 14, 2015. [ ] In February 2016, Blacc announced his contribution to the film, a song called 'Let the Games Begin'.
On June 19, 2016, Blacc sang the national anthem and performed during the halftime show at the NBA finals, in which the Cleveland Cavaliers played the Golden State Warriors. Philanthropy [ ] Blacc is actively involved in.
The charity's mission is to end malaria deaths, through 'engaging leaders, rallying the public, and delivering life-saving tools and education to families across Africa.' Personal life [ ] Aloe Blacc is married to Australian rapper.
In 2013, they had their first child. This article contains a list of works that does not follow the (often, though not always, due to being in reverse-chronological order) and may need. Please if you can. (August 2016) • Guitar Center Sessions (2015) • (2015) • (2014) • (2014) • (2014) • (2014) • (2014) • (2014) • (2014) • (2014) • (2013) • (2013) • (2012) • (2011, 2012) • (2011) • (2011) • (2011) • (2011) • (2011) • (2010) • (2010) • (2015) • Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert (2015) • (TV show) With (2016) • (TV show) With (2016) • NBA FINALS GAME 7 2016 • M&M'S 75th Anniversary (Candyman) Commercial (2016) • Sesame Street (2016) Sings 'Everyday Hero' • (2017) Discography [ ]. • Doyle, Patrick..
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