It's canadian, 25 years old and has already been anointed as one of the most important figures of R&B today. He has recorded with Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, Lana del Rey, Ed Sheeran, Drake, Sia, M. I. A., Wiz Khalifa and Kanye West, but their model is clearly Michael Jackson. Is called Abel Tesyafe and also seems destined to become one of the shining stars of pop contemporary. The industry knows this and bet for him, which is also one of the faces that Apple Music chose to promote its streaming service. Taking into account that 50 shades of Grey is a worldwide success in freepornxxx (it has cost $ 40 million and has raised $ 600), it would not be surprising that this song, the only one that sounds two times in the movie, is the award-winning. The video clip was directed by the same director of the film, Sam Taylor-Wood, starring the actress that plays the first yeast and then bold Ana Steele, the texan Dakota Johnson.
"Manta Ray", by J. Ralph & Antony Hegarty (Racing Extinction)
If there was a decision tinged with poetic justice, this song should be the winner. Particular and poignant, the voice of Antony Hegarty -check out the albums from Antony & the Johnsons, all excellent - works perfectly in the context of Racing Extinction, a documentary Louie Psihoyos dedicated to the traffic of animal species protected in the world. His partner, J. Ralph has scrolls to spare. In fact, it is a specialist in music for documentaries nominated for the Oscar: Man on Wire (2009), The Cove (2010), Hell and Back Again (2012), Chasing Ice (2013), Finding Vivian Maier (2015), and Virunga (2015). Hegarty is the second transgender person who obtained a nomination to the Oscar. The first was the british choreographer Angela Morley. Born Walter Stott in 1924, Morley underwent a sex reassignment surgery in 1972 and was a composer of soundtracks of Superman, star wars, and series stars such as Dallas and Dynasty. In the 70s he was twice nominated for the Oscar for Best original score for The little prince (Stanley Donen, 1974) and The Slipper and the Rose (Bryan Forbes, 1976). Who discovered Antony Hegarty in the underground scene of cabarets inspired by drag queens in the East Village of Manhattan was nothing less than Lou Reed, who became his art patron, a guarantee of quality.