The O’Jays are the latest music artists to be displeased by the unauthorized use of their music at the Republican National Convention this week in Cleveland Ohio, not far from where the group formed in Canton, Ohio in 1959.
Last night (July 21), legendary divas En Vogue passed the girl group torch to Kelly Rowland’s newest girl group, June’s Diary, for a rousing performance of “Free Your Mind” on ABC’s summer series “Greatest Hits.”
Jeremih is back with his latest offering, a new mixtape entitled Late Nights: Europe. Every track on the mixtape is named after a city or country in Europe, and the set contains appearances from The Game, Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, & others across the 14-track project.
Atlanta crooner B. Trenton steps onto the music scene with a solid seven-track EP titled Drunk Words & Sober Thoughts. The singer is looking to make his own mark in the industry by providing his reflections on life, balancing internal flaws, love, and whatever thoughts that choose to visit his mind after a few drinks.
The clip features the two swagged out, fur-covered luxurious Miami stay. Surrounded by video vixens, Bobby and Scrap chill in a mansion, dab in a luxury car, and post up in a graffiti-covered courtyard.
Last week, singing sensation V. Bozeman dropped this song “Dear Officer” to speak out on behalf of the #BlackLivesMatter movement in light of recent fatal police shootings involving black citizens. The clip features poignant images of the struggle for equality by Black Americans past and present…
Following his album “Sex, Love & Pain II” which was released earlier this year, crooner Tank is back with another scorcher called “No Drugs.” He doesn’t hold back with flowery metaphors or poetic lyrics…