Following the release of her Valentine’s Day mixtape Milaulongtime, singer Mila J has announced her plans to take her new music to fans across the U.S. on the “Move Tour.”
Kicking off March 24 in Miami, the 17 city club tour will make stops in Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Houston, San Francisco and more before wrapping up April 23 in her hometown of Los Angeles.
Introducing producers IRich & Jacob as her supporting act, Mila is excited to travel across the country to see and meet her fans, and wild out with them.
“This tour will be fun and all about the fans that’s why I wanted to do it,” says Mila. “So I want all of y’all to come out and have a good time with me! See YOU soon.”
The tour will precede the release of Mila’s forthcoming Motown Records debut album, Mila, which is expected to be released in the summer.
See the tour dates below.
When the flyer for the inaugural SOULQUARIUS Festival in Santa Ana, California dropped in late 2016, R&B lovers everywhere went crazy over the line-up of scheduled performers. From throwback artists like Jon B. and DMX to current R&B tastemakers such as Ro James, Jhené Aiko, and BJ The Chicago Kid, there was no denying that this event was guaranteed to be a lituation.
Fear of getting rained out and continuous flooding from California’s big storm may have had most on edge but, that didn’t stop ticket holders from coming out in droves to get a taste of what their favorite performers have to offer. Of course, there were a few mishaps along the way (like any huge festival has during their opening year), but SOULQUARIUS — aside from its massive lineup — has plenty of reasons why it should be the R&B festival that you don’t want to miss from here on out.
Delivering a jammed packed mash-up of lovable R&B artists and a few of rap’s most influential, SOULQUARIUS made sure to leave festival enthusiasts with a need to get their coins up for next year.
The NBA welcomed John Legend to the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on Sunday night to perform a special set for the All-Star Game halftime show.
The soulful crooner sat at his grand piano in front of a large illuminated sign of his name singing “Start A Fire,” from the La La Land soundtrack. Feeling the groove John then stood up and was joined by his background dancers on center stage.
Keeping the energy going steady, the R&B star transitioned into the mid-tempo “Tonight (Best You Ever Had),” and continued his enticing set with a medley of hits, including “Love Me Now,” “Used To Love U,” “Green Light,” “All of Me,” and “Glory.”
Watch John’s entertaining performance below.
Chris Brown is keeping the party going.
Named after his Usher and Gucci Mane-assisted single “Party,” the R&B superstar has announced the star-studded “Party Tour” featuring 50 Cent, French Montana, Fabolous, O.T. Genasis, Kap G, and Casanova.
“DATES COMING ASAP!!!! Whens the last time you’ve been to a show/concert and have actually been entertained??? WE COMING!!!!,” tweeted Breezy.
The “Grass Ain’t Greener” singer put on a similar event with his “One Hell of a Nite Tour,” which toured North America and Europe between 2015-2016 and included guests such as French Montana, Migos, Fetty Wap, Omarion, and Kid Ink.
Brown is expected to release his eighth studio album, reportedly called Heartbreak on a Full Moon, later this year.
Cali native Cadence finally returns with some brand new vibes. Following the sexy and playful “Drive,” the R&B singer/songwriter hits on a more serious topic with her new song “PTSD.”
As you may know, PTSD, is an acronym for what is known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. According to Cadence, who is familiar with the mental illness, the song came out effortlessly, written and produced in less than an hour with her producer Manny (@itsmemte). Using the disorder as her influence, she sings about someone who is struggling to open up in a relationship.
Cadence hopes to inspire others to go into any relationship with understanding and a genuine approach, as she sings lyrics like: “I don’t know what you’ve been through / What you’re afraid of / And I don’t know what they did to ya, or how you came of / And do I really know the real you, or is it made up?”
“PTSD” is the first release from her upcoming project, which is set to drop in the summer. Take a listen below.
Indie artist Tanya Jones wants you to feel it and enjoy the good vibes with her new single “Rockin.”
The New York based R&B singer has plans to go out and party all night without a care in the world. Some days and nights we all need to just let go and live in the moment, and Tanya wants to help you have a good time with the feel-good song.
“I ain’t worried ’bout a thing, won’t be home till late / Bills ain’t on my mind / Leavin’ my man home tonight / I’m goin’ to be rockin’, rockin’ tonight,” she sings.
“Music is a platform that I utilize to express my happiness, my pains, and life’s ups & downs,” says Tanya. “I strive to be a light of courage and to have positive feel good energy. I will continue to push past all the limits that was set in front of me. Enjoy my journey with me.”
Take a listen to her single “Rockin” below.
It’s NBA All-Star weekend and the Str8 Drop Allstars are coming for the win!
Indie artists P.C. (Paypa Chasa) and Dougie Jay team up to show us how they do it in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the smooth single “In My Feelings.”
PC On Tha Track provides a chilled out instrumental, as P.C. and Dougie get all in their feels over situations with their ladies, and living that lavish lifestyle in the flashy music video.
“All these diamonds on me dancin’ / My way of livin’ is lavish / Yea it’s lonely at the way, and everything Str8 Drop / We used to be holdin’ hands, plottin’ our future plans,” sings Dougie Jay.
While P.C. paints the scene with some rap/sung bars: “The coup got stars in the ceilin’ / Purple drank steady spillin’ / Designer fabric got me killin’ / Jumpin’ out lookin’ like a million / Got paparazzi in my business / Yea I’m the hottest in my city / Str8 Drop comin’ wit it.”
“In My Feelings” the single is available on all digital retailers and streaming services now. The Str8 Drop Allstars compilation album All Hustle No Luck is available everywhere as well.
Check out their video for “In My Feelings” below, and stay tuned for more soon.
Trey Songz is definitely gearing up to have a major impact in 2017.
After debuting the first episode of his playful take on a dating reality series with Tremaine the Playboy, and releasing the new single “Nobody Else But You,” the R&B star stopped by “The Breakfast Club” for a revealing interview on Friday morning.
Trigga seems to be in a great space as he was all smiles for the visit, where he spoke about his upcoming album, Tremaine (due out March 24), and the promotional web-series Tremaine the Playboy, in which he’s “looking for real love.”
During the 30+ minute conversation, Trey also spoke about the recent situation between himself and KeKe Palmer, his arrest following a show in Detroit at the end of 2016 where he damaged the stage, and getting “kicked out” of the MGM in Maryland.
Talking about his upcoming music, the Virginia native explained that all the current turmoil in the country, between politics and social issues, has had an effect on his creativity.
Watch the full interview below.