Well Damn! Just when you think you have seen it all, an artist pops onto the scene and surprises the sh*t out of you! There aren’t even words to describe this. It’s beyond beautiful. For a new artist to create a song and visual like this together is so rare. Speechless really. Timothy Bloom is a soul singer/songwriter/musician signed to Polow Da Don’s Zone 4/Mosley Music/Interscope Records, and I have no idea, but I’m now so interested to find out who his incredible co-star is. Inspired by D’Angelo I’m sure, but it is almost like he is being born into the Music Industry. Directed by Dave Rodriguez. Watch this now! NSFW.
Archive for February 22nd, 2011
Breezy made a club appearance at Blvd. 3 this past weekend, performing his hits “Deuces”, “No Bullshit”, and “Yeah 3x”. Check out this footage, via The LA Leakers, of the VA native showcasing his killer dance moves for thee screaming crowd. F.A.M.E. hits stores March 22.
Adele recently made a US appearance by stopping by ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’. Check out as she performed ‘Rolling In The Deep’ off of her new album ‘21′‘. I am truly the newest person on the Adele bandwagon, it took some time; but hey, most things that are great do.
If I could sing like that, I wouldn’t be selling t-shirts in a DELI! – David Letterman
UPDATED WITH TRACK LIST
Chris Brown has unveiled the artwork for his F.A.M.E. album cover, which is due to be released March 22. The multi-talented star has been immersing himself in his form of graphic art lately, and this very artistic cover demonstrates his emotions and love of pop art. Breezy’s star has steadily been rising from the success of “Deuces” and through his strong fan base it’s clear he is back where he deserves to be. While the album hasn’t officially yielded any smash singles yet (“Look At Me Now,” “Yeah 3x,” and “Beautiful People”), his current mixtape single “No BS” is pushing the buzz for the album. I am very optimistic that the album will produce a new smash soon, and as always I’m rooting for CB. What do you think of the cover? UPDATE: Follow the jump for the official track list and credits for F.A.M.E. and the deluxe version.
Here we go. Take an exclusive look behind-the-scenes of the making of K. Michelle’s soon to be smash hit single “How Many Times,” written and produced by Sean Garrett and Blac Elvis. This record is so perfect for K, she needed this and R&B needed this as well. Ladies, I already know how you feel. Check this out now and stay tuned for K’s debut album Pain Medicine, coming later this year.
Previously: K. Michelle – How Many Times [New Single]
R. Kelly is like a cameleon these days. In what seems like a quick Clark Kent visit to the phone booth he can switch hats from commercial club hit maker, to inspirational worldly songster, to classic R&B crooner to bedroom ballader. Riding high on the heels of his critically acclaimed new album Love Letter, which he describes as an ode to Sam Cooke style songs, he is already talking about his next album. Previously titled, Zodiac, now entitled The Return of 12 Play: Night of the Living Dead, which will be a production of mainstream, commercial club style records and sex making soundtracks, that the 44 year old could still probably pull off one more time. However, that isn’t all. In his recent chat with Interview Magazine, Kellz mentioned he is already thinking of getting back into that DeLorean and taking us back to the future with an album of records all inspired by the 1970′s era of R&B. Love Letter is still in heavy rotation, with no signs of that stopping anytime soon, but this is exciting news to say the least.
In this episode of Early Mornings with Marsha Ambrosius she previews and talks about her remake of Portishead’s “Sour Times”. Check it out!