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James Bay Releases New Version of 'Us' With Alicia Keys - Listen Now!

James Bay just released a brand new version of his song “Us” with Alicia Keys, which you can listen to right here!

The singer-songwriter unveiled the new version after performing the track with Alicia on The Voice finale on Tuesday evening (May 22).

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James released his second studio album, Electric Light, on May 18. He’ll be performing an exclusive fan show at London’s Omeara on Friday (May 25) and Radio 1′s Biggest Weekend on Sunday (May 27) before kicking off a U.K. tour.

His latest studio album was co-wrote and co-produced with Jon Green, plus production from Adele collaborator Paul Epworth.

Listen to the new version of “Us” below! You can also download the song on iTunes.

Alicia Keys & James Bay Perform 'Us' on 'The Voice' Finale - Watch!

Alicia Keys and James Bay hit the stage for a performance of “Us” during the The Voice season 14 finale on Tuesday night (May 22) in Los Angeles.

The 37-year-old R&B singer and Voice coach performed on the piano while the 27-year-old singer played his guitar.

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During the finale, Alicia‘s contestant Britton Buchanan competed in the finale.

At the end of the two hour finale, the season 14 winner was revealed!

Watch the performance below!

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Alicia Keys & Hubby Swizz Beatz Help Raise Funds for Amref Health Africa at ArtBall!

Alicia Keys rocks a bright orange blazer as she happily poses alongside her hubby Swizz Beatz while attending the 2018 Amref ArtBall held at A/D/O on Saturday (April 28) in Brooklyn, New York.

The 37-year-old singer and The Voice coach and Swizz, 39, presented the Rees Visionary Award to artist Toyin Ojih Odutola at the ceremony, which is a premier contemporary African art auction and philanthropic event that aims to raise funds and awareness for Amref Health Africa.

Toyin was honored for bringing forth critical African cultural and transcultural perspectives, that inspired and emboldened the viewer through challenging times.

Earlier this month, Alicia served as an honoree at the Variety’s Power of Women: New York.

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Alicia Keys Calls Out Netflix for 'The Crown' Pay Disparity While Accepting Power of Women Award

Alicia Keys poses on the red carpet at Variety’s Power of Women: New York event on Friday afternoon (April 13) in New York City.

The 37-year-old singer and The Voice coach took a moment to call out Netflix for the pay disparity on The Crown while accepting her honor.

Alicia started talking about “women asking for the money we deserve. Equal pay for equal work. Like for the actors on the show that’s called The Crown. It’s called The Crown. It’s about the queen. So why is the prince getting more than the queen? So the queens are going to get their paper.”

The singer was honored for her work with the nonprofit Keep a Child Alive.

FYI: The event was presented by Lifetime and sponsored by Karma Automotive and SheaMoisture. Alicia is wearing Lulu Frost earrings.

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Alicia Keys, Tina Fey, & More Honored by Variety's Power of Women

Alicia Keys shows off her curly locks on the cover of Variety‘s Power of Women NY issue, out on newsstands now.

The other four women honored in the issue are Tina Fey, Emily Blunt, Margaret Atwood, and Tarana Burke. Here is what they had to share with the mag:

Tina on the need for more diversity in the writers room: “I think in comedy rooms, especially, women are treated like expensive cappuccino machines. Where it’s like, ‘We have one. Why would we have two?!’ That’s too much pressure on that one person — to carry that, to be the African-American writer, the female writer. It’s always about changing the chemistry of the room. The more diverse the room is, it automatically becomes better.”

Alicia on what she hopes for in the future for her sons: “I want [my sons] to grow up in a world where they would never think twice that boys are better than girls — or that black is better than white. And yet I also want them to have the pride of their history and their ancestry, because when we know our individuality we can really have empathy and feel strong.”

For more from the issue, visit Variety.com!

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