An intense debate went down on Instagram after BET posted a group photo with the caption: "There was a lot of #BlackBoyJoy at #ABFFHonors!" The image included 'Power' star Omari Hardwick, R&B veteran Maxwell, R&B singer Luke James, and three other rising actors. Apparently, some people, mainly men, were not a fan of the "#BlackBoyJoy" hashtag, including rapper Ja Rule. [Read More]
Brooklyn rapper/songwriter Siya and her R&B legend mentor Tank trade raunchy verses about how they treat their lovers on the collab "Don't You (Say Yes)."
The talented singer, songwriter, and musician revealed on Instagram that he's now engaged to longtime girlfriend Zena Foster.
Last night (Jan. 10), the nation watched as President Obama gave his farewell speech just a week and some change before he officially leaves the White House as the sitting President. Singer Tank is clearly one who had the feels: last night during the speech, he uploaded a video of him expressing how he feels about President Obama leaving office (in his usual humorous way, of course).
In 2016, R&B songs took the lead on various conversations, whether it was politics, social issues, self-esteem quandaries, bullying, relationships, love and more. Veteran artists like Beyonce, Maxwell, John Legend, and Alicia Keys used their star power to convey an abundance of messages and inspiration through song.
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.
When it comes to dating, just be honest! Case in point: Tank's " I Gotta Be Honest" is his latest offering for his #TankTuesday series. On the song, Tank lets his lady know that after all the lies, he admits he probably won't stop anytime soon...
Another Tuesday has come and gone, another Tank jam! For his #TankTuesday series, the singer drops "All About You," a romantic, slow jam ballad that features a subtle sample and interpolation of Aaliyah's "Come Over" (on which he sang background).
Last week, Tank claimed his needed "No Drugs" to make his woman feel good, now he's back to commit "For Life." It's another banger that has the crooner promising longevity.
Following his album "Sex, Love & Pain II" which was released earlier this year, crooner Tank is back with another scorcher called "No Drugs." He doesn't hold back with flowery metaphors or poetic lyrics...