John Legend seeks to spread ‘Bigger Love’ with his latest album

It’s been a tough couple of months for everyone, and here’s John Legend reminding you to still look at and celebrate the good stuff.

Multi-platinum artist John Legend released his latest and seventh studio album ‘Bigger Love‘ today, June 19– just in time when we needed his music the most. It features 16 soulful, R&B-laden, and pop-influenced tracks, as well as guest spots and collaborations with Gary Clark Jr., Jhene Aiko, Koffee, Rapsody, and Camper.

John Legend to spread ‘Bigger Love’

The multi-awarded pop balladeer took to Instagram on June 13 to announce his upcoming music, revealing that Bigger Love was written and produced prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and the #BlackLivesMatter protests happening around the world.

“It’s important for us to continue to show the world the fullness of what it is to be black and human,” John Legend shares.

“Through our art, we are able to do that. I’m under no illusion that music can save the world or solve the world’s problems, but I’ve always turned to music to help me through tough times and I know many of you have done the same.”

He reveals that his album is a “celebration of love, joy, sensuality, hope, and resilience” and that he dedicates his songs to his wife, his family, and the rich tradition of black music that has helped shaped him.

“I hope this new album can get you lifted again, fill your hearts with love and inspiration, give you something to dance to, something to hold hands to, something to make love to,” says John Legend.

You can check out and stream ‘Bigger Love’ below! Also, for more information about the album, you can visit www.johnlegend.com.

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