Month over month, we here at Singersroom come across tons of new music, and we want to spotlight some of these gems by sharing our faves on a monthly basis. In February (2007), between the year still feeling new, Valentine's Day, Black History Month, and so forth, there were tons of new music that caught our attention. It was another hard [More]
Veteran R&B/Soul singer Leela James continues her tale of relationship struggles with the brand new single, "Hard For Me."
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, Leela James created a special e-card and sneak peek of a brand new song called "This Day Is For You ."
Directed by the talented Chris Scholar, the video is set in south central Los Angeles and lends a cinematic styling to the song's narrative about getting her point across to a clingy ex.
Soulstress Leela James is back with a new groove called “Don’t Want You Back," a song you can send to your clingy ex. The lyrics tell the (relatable) tale about refusing to ever go back to an ended relationship, only forward.
Ok, so we didn’t even know she was pregnant! But a congrats are in order for soulstress Leela James, who gave birth to a baby boy yesterday (March 29).
On the self-produced, two-stepping groove, the R&B singer-songwriter asks her man, "why you keep doing me wrong?" as she pleads, "If you love me, set me free."
Leela James tore up Tom Joyner's Red Velvet Cake studio with a moving performance Tuesday morning. Stopping by The Tom Joyner Morning Show for an interview and in studio jam, Leela James ("R&B Divas LA") performed both "Say That" and "Fall For You" before giving a bonus performance of "Set Me Free".
As a follow up to her chart climbing single "Fall For You," Leela James has gifted her fans with the song "Save Me." On the track, James partners up with fellow singer/songwriter Joe Ryan
[EXCLUSIVE] Leela James Talks New LP ‘Fall For You,’ Reality TV Debut on ‘R&B Divas’, Struggles, & More
Leela James is one artist who lets her music speak for itself; the only way you'd hear about Leela the person is through her musicâ¦but that's about to change.