The clip shows the singer/songwriter as he works out with co-star Michael Smalls and works on music in the studio. The uptempo track and motivational visual is sure to serve as an inspiration to accomplish your goals.
Beyonce honored the late, Atlanta-based rapper Shawty Lo (b. Carlos Walker) last night (Sept. 26th) at the Atlanta stop of her “Formation World Tour.” Sadly, Lo died last week in a car accident, and to honor his musical contribution, she and her dancers broke out in a dance break to Lo’s hit “Dey Know”…
Mary J. Blige can add “political journalist” to her growing resume. The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul interviewed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on her Beats 1 show “The 411 with Mary J. Blige,” and it looks like she’s asking the tough questions..
So far, he’s been on a whirlwind romance with one young lady in the first two videos “So High” and “Off The Ground,” now he’s meeting up with another beauty on the shores of Cali in the video for “Never Be The Same.”
The song’s concept is one of being reluctantly open to a new relationship. Over the sultry R&B track (produced by Erskine Hawkins and vocal production by Britney Holmes), Brené’s warm vocals express the feeling of heart-giving hesitation. Perhaps the freshest, most distinctive trait of this song is Brené’s operatic vocals.
After the successful release of his 2015 Ms 4:00AM EP, Emanny returns from a year of musical silence with his latest single “Belongs To You.” On the song, the New York native details his admiration for his favorite dancer, celebrating the strip club scene.
“Could Just Be Love” is a leaked demo, and it’s unclear if it will make her upcoming LP. Produced and written by Harmony Samuels, Courtney Harrell, Andrew Scott, Erika Hamilton & Teyana Taylor, the mid-tempo track boast a mellow vibe as Sparks coos about the possibility of love.
The “Blurred Lines” verdict got the music industry all shook up! Omarion, DJ Mustard, and Atlantic Records are facing a lawsuit from BMG Rights Management claiming their hit “Post To Be” ripped off Chris Brown’s song, “Came To Do,” from his 2013 album, X.