Ah, when passions wane, what's a romantic relationship left to do? Don't fight it, because "It Is What It Is" according to DJ Aktive and Musiq Soulchild's new musical offering. The DJ and fellow Philly-native Soulchild collaborated with producer Ivan Barias on the track laced with DJ scratches and neo-soul chords to tell a tale of acceptance when it comes [Read More]
This past weekend, Atlanta honored soulful R&b recording artist, Musiq Soulchild, by declaring March 10th, officially Musiq Soulchild Day. On his special day, the singer dedicated his time to connect with students, the future leaders within the arts and tech fields. He visited the Music and Fine Arts departments at Sylvan Hill Middle School and South Atlanta High School as [Read More]
Musiq Soulchild and Marsha Ambrosius gave us an appetizer with "Feel The Real," the title track from his 2017 Grammy-nominated album. Now, the two join forces for the soulful duet, "For Better, For Worse," a song about the ups and downs of relationships and the hurt that comes with the struggle. Backed by a minimal, snap-driven production, the two trade lines by [Read More]
Fresh off tour with Dave Chappelle at the world famous Radio City Music Hall, Supa Lowery Brothers release their new single "Gimmie Your Love," featuring R&B star Musiq Soulchild.
His latest offering is a music video for the song, "Humble Pie," a record that sees Musiq singing that "nobody likes the taste of humble pie."
To keep the buzz going, the Grammy-nominated and platinum-selling singer unlocks another groovy gem called "Sooner or Later." The new offering boasts an energetic vibe with hard-hitting drums...
Grammy-nominated and platinum-selling R&B artist Musiq Soulchild makes a big bang by premiering two music videos, "Start Over" and "Simple Things," records from his forthcoming album, Feel the Real.
"Start Over" is another one of Musiq's fluid grooves, with his signature free-flowing melody and ad libs as he suggests rekindling a flame.
Musiq Soulchild reunites with Carvin & Ivan, the hitmakers who helped him secure seven Grammy Nominations, for "Okay," a duet with indie songstress BriaMarie.
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 [Read More]