It may not be a DJ Mustard product but it definitely rooted in the same style.
Gina Lee’s “Broken Promises” puts a fella in place like a cold glancing smile as she jots her devious punctuation for relationship independence.
For this street tale, the classic Hip Hop drum-line is not needed as Ahsan escorts listeners on a personal tour of the hood
This love ballad is not your typical candlelight romantic dinner affair, it’s cemented in factoids of action that leads to a compelling display of L-O-V-E.
Jesse Boykins III may have found his best musical collaborator in psychedelic electronic beatsmith Machinedrum.
Nothing raunchy here! Profyle’s proclamation “I’m in Love” leaves no doubt that the person’s best Match.com candidate has been found.
On “Stay,” it’s obvious Rossi wants his girlfriend to return, but that feeling is not to be upstaged by the fact that he realized fairytale love doesn’t work for them.
Kentrell made a welcoming re-introduction with the release of “Just Because.” His bouncy falsetto stays ahead of the track as he sways from calm to a spastic rush of energy.
Last year, Baiyu was No. 1 on Singersroom’s “Most Popular R&B Songs of the Week” list several times. It made us question, “Who is this new artist beating out the competition?”
The euphoric Cupid state that Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox created to make men run around happy to sing “Let’s Get Married” is transformed into Mishon’s new single “Luckiest Man.”