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    Watch: Lianne La Havas Performs on “Saturday Night Live” with Prince

    London-based singer-songwriter-guitarist Lianne La Havas joined the one-and-only Prince on Saturday Night Live this past weekend to perform “Clouds,” from his new album, Art Official Age, recently released on Warner Bros. Records. She contributed vocals to the track on the new album and to open Prince’s special eight-minute set on the show Saturday night on NBC. Fans in the US can watch the complete set again below.

    La Havas released her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, on Nonesuch Records in 2012. The Associated Press said the album was “not just one of the year's best debuts, but one of the year's best albums." The BBC said: "It’s always been clear that La Havas has a special voice, and so it proves here. It’s a voice that invites you in, and only the hardest heart will resist the offer." The San Francisco Chronicle exclaimed: "It's hard not to want to shout, 'Viva La Havas!"

    To pick up a copy of Is Your Love Big Enough?, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders include a free MP3 download of the complete album at checkout.

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Watch: Lianne La Havas Performs on “Saturday Night Live” with Prince

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Lianne La Havas joined Prince on Saturday Night Live this past weekend to perform “Clouds,” from his new album, Art Official Age, recently released on Warner Bros. Records. La Havas, who released her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, on Nonesuch in 2012, contributed vocals to the track on Prince's album and to open his special eight-minute set on the show Saturday night on NBC. Fans in the US can watch the set again here.

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London-based singer-songwriter-guitarist Lianne La Havas joined the one-and-only Prince on Saturday Night Live this past weekend to perform “Clouds,” from his new album, Art Official Age, recently released on Warner Bros. Records. She contributed vocals to the track on the new album and to open Prince’s special eight-minute set on the show Saturday night on NBC. Fans in the US can watch the complete set again below.

La Havas released her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, on Nonesuch Records in 2012. The Associated Press said the album was “not just one of the year's best debuts, but one of the year's best albums." The BBC said: "It’s always been clear that La Havas has a special voice, and so it proves here. It’s a voice that invites you in, and only the hardest heart will resist the offer." The San Francisco Chronicle exclaimed: "It's hard not to want to shout, 'Viva La Havas!"

To pick up a copy of Is Your Love Big Enough?, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders include a free MP3 download of the complete album at checkout.

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Lianne La Havas: "Saturday Night Live" with Prince, November 1, 2014

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