newcomer E.B. translates for women in Erica Mena's position the motives for an all lady romance in less than four minutes.
Under twenty-one, singer Rainy Milo's vintage voice has the flavor of an earlier era, or it could be the current U.K. style
If you think Lilly Allen's new video seems offensive because of its "racial innuendos", then the sarcastic tone of the clip was totally missed
Even an experienced crooner like Donnell Jones struggles to close the gap with an ex, forcing him to dramatize her value
Trayvon Martin's social impact on society continues to resonate as artists use him as a source of inspiration to dispatch positive vibes. Activist/singer Maya Azucena hopes "Black Butterfly" will nurture growth of young boys like the late Trayvon.
Check the lines of lyrics if you truly want to know what body parts artists care about? Music videos give you a glimpse, however, it's the words that pay homage to the parts of the body that effect our everyday life and our music so much
Seduction means not giving everything away from jump; it is a process that consumes the imagination and builds to the reality. That is what Ebony Joi crafted on "Giving All My Love."
For those in a Joe Budden and Tahiry type of relationship or if your Facebook status is "in a complicated relationship," Miesa's "Nope (Can't Let Go) is an audio conundrum that is relatable.
A year ago, Kiah Victoria popped on our radar with the release of âRooftopâ and âLook Up!â singles. Now, the Tish School alumni have scheduled November 19th as the drop date for her âGravitateâ EP.
It has been over a year since Asia Shabazz pushed out a song on Singersroom. The introspective music video for "Growing Pains" is a direct opposite of last year's release, "Like The Radio."