Here’s the latest vintage-sounding offering for Columbia Records signee Samm Henshaw called “Our Love.” Like his previous releases, Samm authentically channels old soul, his gritty voice way beyond his 21 years…
Dave Hollister’s last album Chicago Winds… The Saga Continues arrived in late 2014, but the crooner is ready to follow it up with another album called The MANuscript slated to arrive on August 19th in partnership with Conjunction Entertainment and TopNotch Music. Today (April 28), he drops the first single called “Definition of a Woman,” and it’s another scorcher!
Last we heard from sassy songstress Aria Lanelle was back in January with her drop “Then To Now.” Now she’s back to premiere a newbie called “League,” the latest single from her forthcoming EP, My Name Is, slated to release this spring.
Following the late 2015 release of his Zapp & Roger Troutman-inspired southern jam “Old Skoo,” the young Louisville, Kentucky-based multi-instrumentalist, producer, rapper, singer, and songwriter Sabatahj takes us back to the ’90s with “Crush Grooves.”
Dawn Richard (D∆WN) takes a break from her forthcoming album Redemption to collab with production duo Fade to Mind for the electronic, sensual groove “Honest.” On the track (which is reminiscent of Dawn’s “R&B-fusion” sound when she first went solo), she sings of being in denial..
Ever ignore your intuition, only to regret it later? Cali R&B duo Jake&Papa feels you. “Warning Signs” is their newest simmering offering about getting hurt, and knowing it would happening from the start.
Singer-songwriter Verse Simmonds is prepping his album To All The Girls, and this is the first offering called “Let Me Know.” Produced by The Monarch, the groove provides the background to Simmonds’ plans for a one night stand for three.
Rappers Young Thug and Jeezy hop onto Chris Brown’s hard-hitting “Wrist” from Brown’s 2015 LP Royalty. Along with that, a stray song by Breezy called “Side Piece” has surfaced online; this one takes Brown back into his smooth crooner side as he realizes he’s someone’s second choice, and how it doesn’t feel so good.