The Miami-based actor/model (and now singer) Eric Nelson shows he has a musical side with a new single “Love You More.” With his dapper good looks, I’m sure many ladies would love for him to let them know he has more love to give!
Earlier this year, Dave Hollister let the world know what the “Definition of A Woman” is, now he’s back to mend man-woman relationships in his single “Shortage.” Dave always keeps it real, and this song is no different!
The nine-track effort takes us on a trip through LÉON’s life experiences, painting both somber and bright images with her sound. Songs like “Bipolar,” “Dyl,” “Paradise” will appeal to your senses with her woozy delivery and satisfying basslines.
We haven’t heard from Tangina Stone since she dropped her summer 2015 offering “Wasn’t Love Café,” now the Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter is back with a newbie called “Ride Off,” the first track from her new album Elevate coming this fall.
Tsunami Mob’s Maurice Moore releases his sixth single of 2016 entitled “Please You.” On the song, the Toronto-based artist pens a message anyone can relate to; it’s meant to empower those to not seek outside validation, and to live for themselves: essentially, the essence of true happiness.
Did you hear the dark and sultry version of Brandy and Monica’s classic R&B hit “The Boy Is Mine” on the movie trailer for the Sony Pictures film When the Bough Breaks and have to do a double-take, like “is that song that I think it is?!” Yes, you heard correctly.
Following their Nick Jonas’ “Bacon” cover, Island Records boy group Citizen Four releases another original song, “Cold.” The song consists of soulful beat as the fellas sing of being dissed by a crush.