R&B crooner Lloyd and rapper Big K.R.I.T. take us back to '1999' in the music video for their new collaboration. In the Tyler Yee-directed clip, set "somewhere near Atlanta on Oct. 27, 1999," the duo are joined by a group of pretty ladies who flaunt their bodies while the two deliver their vocals and lyrics in a car lot. The clip also showcases some [More]
Young Goldie is going to be a dad. The R&B singer is expecting his first child with girlfriend Dehea Abraham.
The clip sees the artists in a pink environment with pink lighting surrounded by a bevy of beauties.
Lloyd keeps his "Tru" movement pushing after some promotional hibernation by releasing a music video for 'Heavenly Body.'
From Malachiae Warren's latest EP Heard U Was In My City comes his Lloyd-assisted collab titled “I’m Down” which samples the Boyz II Men hit “Bended Knee."
Lloyd's comeback single "Tru" has been a hot play on radio playlists everywhere, and this morning (Feb 2), the R&B crooner visited "The Breakfast Club" to talk about his music hiatus, why he decided to go independent, and more...
During his hiatus, R&B artist Lloyd improved his instrumentation talents and on Christmas Day, he showed off his guitar skills for the world to see. The "You" hitmaker unwrapped footage of an acoustic live studio version of "Tru," which appears on his EP of the same name.
2016 was another year of great R&B songs. Veterans like Rihanna, Chris Brown, Beyoncé, and Jeremih continued their hit-making offerings while newcomers like Ro James, Tessanne Chin, and Anderson .Paak gave us beautifully crafted bodies of work covering a variety of topics.
NEW RELEASES: Lloyd’s ‘Tru’ EP, The-Dream’s ‘Love You to Death’ EP, Willow Smith’s ‘Mellifluous’ Compilation
New R&B Releases: Lloyd drops 'Tru' EP, The-Dream releases 'Love You to Death' EP, Willow Smith drops 'Mellifluous' Compilation
After much anticipation, the Atlanta native releases his brand new EP, TRU, via his Young Goldie Music imprint and EMPIRE. Along with the EP's release comes the new record 'Holding,' an infectious ride or die tune featuring long-time collaborator Lil Wayne.