Ever seen a Giraffe in the Hood? In true Atlanta fashion, culture phenom YFN Lucci introduced 'Trap de Soleil' to the city - and the city responded. In droves, fans came dressed in their finest Southern ensembles to celebrate with the 'Everyday We Lit' singer's risqué, circus-themed party. Hanging strippers draped the ceilings while others, dripped in animal print body [More]
Jacob Latimore closes out 2017 by releasing the brand new single, "Is That What You Wanna Hear." On the sultry mid-tempo track, the R&B crooner tells his Ex that their relationship is "dead" by reminding her of a few things in the past that she didn't do that his current Bae is doing. "It ain't the same to me / [More]
A fan favorite from his album Connection, "Love Drug" is about the intoxicating nature that new love exudes and in this case, Jacob Latimore is the supplier.
As singer/actor Jacob Latimore prepares for the release of his new EP entitled Connection and the December 16th release of his new Oscar-worthy film, Collateral Beauty (which co-stars Will Smith), Jacob covers The Quintessential Gentleman...
Produced by Ayo & Keyz and Mantra, “The Real" has a contemporary Rnbass feel made for the club as Latimore and featured rapper Ishdarr get the attention of a certain lady. The turnt video sees Jacob all grown up as he surrounds himself with his boys, nice cars, and pretty women.
Rising R&B artist Jacob Latimore has released “The Real,” the first track from his debut album Connection which is set for a December 9th release through Jacobs Ink/Empire.
[PREMIERE] Rising R&B Artist NDJ Links Up With Jacob Latimore, Algee Smith & Malcolm Kelley For ‘Put It Down’
NDJ premieres his brand new single “Put It Down,” produced by 3x Grammy nominated producers, Butta-N-Bizkit. On the bouncy, "baby making" groove, which features Jacob Latimore, Algee Smith, and Malcolm Kelley, NDJ's vocals float over the suggestive synths and bass tremor...
In the basketball-themed video, Latimore gets seduced in the locker room while Justice hits the court as his team the "Scholar Guys" go against the "School Girls."
Jacob Latimore channels his inner James Brown/Michael Jackson as he takes us back to the 70s in his "Remember Me" music video. Directed by PhillyFlyBoy, in the clip, the multi-talented entertainer is joined by his crew as they unleash an arsenal of dance moves.
Now an indie artist, Jacob Latimore continues to establish his mature sound with the release of his latest single, “Remember Me”. The song’s vintage, 80s track sets the tone for his lyrics about the confidence he he feels that he can still put the fire into an old love.