Did you forget to lock your cell phone? Big mistake not to because of a snooping beau, but the accidental ass dial can lead to the demise of a relationship.
PJ Morton hooks up with a legend and his biggest musical influence Stevie Wonder to create “Only One.”
The organ sets the tone for a meditative state that requires soul searching.
It’s been three years since Cash Money’s Jay Sean put out an official LP, but now the British singer is back with “Where You Are,” the first single from his 2013 album Neon.
This song has soul and a feeling that makes you feel so good. If you gave up on love this song may restore those butterflies in your stomach.
The UK duo, consisting of Ola Wilhelm Tappert and Sandra Windahl, linked late 2011 to collaborate on film projects, but with both having musical backgrounds, it was only time that they took on a project in that realm.
Newcomer Sade Serena releases the spicy single "Tonight" via Uprize Music/Island Def Jam Digital.
Mariami brings the 90s nostalgia with a sample of Total’s hit record “Can’t You See.”
Epic Records' newcomer Jonn Hart issues the brand new single "Band$ on Band$," a follow-up to his hit "Who Booty".
Wait all you want, but according to Joe, "You're gonna have to find yourself a love, or you're gonna find yourself alone."
Jonathas’ first 2012 freebie The Foreigner will get a reprise: The Foreigner 2 (TF2) is coming for the summer 2013.
Produced by All Aboard, the airy cut Devyn lays out why you should trust her, insisting she's "a breath of fresh air, a work of art, your driving force, your push to start."
The pair that forms X/COKE, MeLo-X & Cheri Coke, added the creative assistance of U.K. producer Maths
A trip into a psychedelic love encounter is narrated by Bay Area newcomer Lena Ro on “Love Goddess.”
Rotimi’s introspect single unveils his faults while playing off his hurtful action as a result of being "Only Human."
British Soul sensation Emeli Sande gets a verse from West Coast rapper Kendrick Lamar to extended her latest single, "Next to Me."
K'Jon is back and ready to soothe the soul of his growing fan base with the brand new single "Tell You Why."
A smooth melodic marriage of the roomy synthetic chords and Angela Jae's gentle pipes filter the holes left from a "Broken Heart."
The story of a drug addict is apparently the same of a love addict if you listen to Jy-Shoun's tale on "The Love Overdose."
Paula Campbell was signed to Ne-Yo’s production company in the early 2000s. She has been quiet for the past few years, until now she leaks "Wish It Was That Easy," a record written by Ne-Yo.