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Video: Jacob Latimore – Climb

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Jacob Latimore returns with the music video for his new single “Climb.”

The 19-year-old singer/actor has formed his own independent company after parting ways with RCA Records, and is currently putting the finishing touches on a brand new EP, which is due out in early 2016.

Looking to shed his young image, Latimore sings out to his girl about reaching new heights with their love and the pleasure he receives from being intimate. Filled with steamy scenes and sexy dance sequences, Jacob is on his way to being a new R&B heartthrob.

“Ohh it’s just us, ain’t in no rush / Wrap your legs around my waist under the covers / Let’s make love, til’ sun comes up,” he sings while getting close to his girl.

Check out the video below.

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Watch: Jason Derulo & K. Michelle Get “Naked” In New Video

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Following their sultry collaboration from his Everything Is 4 album, Jason Derulo and K. Michelle reunite for the international pop star’s new song and video, “Naked.”

Jason Derulo makes his directorial debut for the Smash-produced track which is the first taste of his forthcoming “experimental” mixtape.  In the NSFW visuals, Derulo and K. Michelle strip down and seduce the camera in separate scenes and then get up-close-and-personal in the recording booth.

“[This mixtape] is very different than what anybody is used to me doing, which I’m excited about,” Derulo said about his new project. “I think we all have different faces. We’re somebody different when we’re with our best friend. We’re somebody different when we’re with our mom. We’re somebody different when we’re with our siblings. This is just one of my many faces on my mixtape and I’m just excited to share it with everybody, because people have no idea that I have that side.”

Derulo is currently promoting his single “Get Ugly” which will receive its late night debut next Thursday, February 18 on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Check out the new video below!

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Video: JR Castro feat. Timbaland – FMN

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Rising R&B artist JR Castro returns with an eye popping video for the sultry “FMN” featuring and produced by Timbaland. In the Jessi Malay-directed video, Castro enlists a group of masked women to dance around him while he sings out the emotional lyrics.

“This song is another one of my straight forward right to the point songs,” Castro told Complex. “Sometimes when you meet someone and they dat ‘bad’ on every level you just wanna say to them ‘FMN.’ I think all of us at some point have felt this way. I make music for woman and this video I wanted to give something to the fellas as well. It’s Valentine’s Day and this is definitely something for the fellas to play for their special lady.”

The Las Vegas native stormed onto the scene in 2015 with his hit single “Get Home” featuring Kid Ink & Quavo. This year, JR will release his anticipated debut project ‘You‘ which is executive produced by Timbaland as well.

Check out the video below.

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Video: Nicky Davey – Been Lovin’ You

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Last summer we received the impressive debut EP from singer-songwriter duo Nicky Davey. Now, in 2016 many exciting things are on the horizon for the emerging artists.

Lead singer Nick Green’s vocal production on The Internet’s acclaimed Ego Death album helped earn it a Grammy nomination for Best Urban Contemporary Album. This month, they are a featured artist on NOW 57: That’s What I Call Music!

The soulful L.A. duo just dropped a video for their single and lead track off the EP, “Been Lovin’ You.” Check it out below.

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Watch: Tinashe, SZA & DeJ Loaf Remake “Killing Me Softly”

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Tinashe, SZA, and DeJ Loaf are part of a fashion spread for T: The New York Times Style Magazine’s Spring Women’s Fashion issue featuring some of the freshest female voices in hip-hop and R&B.

In addition to modeling the season’s newest looks in portraits shot by James Robjant, the trio teams up for an acapella remake of “Killing Me Softly With His Song,” the classic made famous by Roberta Flack and then by Lauryn Hill.

Tinashe dons $990 Lemaire earrings and a $1,200 Dior sweater. Fresh off her appearance on Rihanna’s ANTI album, SZA shines in $550 Proenza Schouler earrings and $2,745 Tod’s jacket. DeJ looks striking in $295 Alexander Wang earrings and a $28 Calvin Klein bra. The “Try Me” rapper, who’s working on her debut album, also spits some fresh rhymes in a Fendi bomber jacket.

Rising stars Lord Narf, Empress Of, Abra, and Jean Deaux also appear in the issue, which will be available Feb. 14.

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Video: Teyana Taylor – Touch Me

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New mom, Teyana Taylor is wasting no time getting back to the music. Less than two months since giving birth to her daughter with Cleveland Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert, the singer debuts a video for “Touch Me.”  The track was an interlude from her 2015 ’90s-inspired mixtape The Cassette Tape 1994.

If you follow Teyana on Instagram than you know she got back into shape almost instantly. Rocking army fatigues, including her own “Dirty Sweat” pants, Teyana and her girls perform a sexy chair dance and grind up against a wall, while war imagery projects behind them.

“Come f**k me, baby / Want you to feel me,” coos Teyana as she shows off her amazing post-baby body.

She plans to hit the road on her “Unplugged Tour,” with shows scheduled for Dallas, New York, Houston, Atlanta, L.A., and more. Check out the video below.

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Indie: Newcomer Unica Releases Video for New Single “Real One”

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Indie artist Unica is here to make you reminisce about the fun times of the ’90s with her brand new single “Real One.”

Premiering the single with the summery visuals, the up-and-coming R&B singer-songwriter hits up the park with her man, spends time at the beach, and dances against a graffiti painted wall.

The song itself is a work of meaningful art with real content obtained from real life experiences. Unica explains, “The song ‘Real One’ to me is about finding that down to earth, best friend, type of love. The thugs, OG’s, playas, that shit is played out!… I want to find something more in a guy. Something real.”

With the lack of female artists from Toronto in the game, Unica just wants to continue to inspire other female artists to come out and express themselves the best way they know. She will release her next single “B.A.E.” in early summer 2016.

Check out her video for “Real One” below.

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Beyoncé Gets Us Into Coordination With New Single + Video “Formation”!

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Got damn, got damn, got damn!

Beyoncé is byke and she is here to play with NOT ONE OF YOU!

Right in time for her Super Bowl performance with Coldplay and Bruno Mars, the eldest child of Matthew and Celestine Knowles is here to give y’all the business on the track with absolutely no f*cks given. Delivering a Southern-banger titled “Formation,” the cornbread and collard green loving Texas diva gave the Mike WiLL Made-It-produced track exactly what it needed.

Co-written by Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd, the song was released along with its own New Orleans shot visual. Paying homage to her background, black heritage, and country upbringing, Queen Bey encourages us to slay before we get eliminated.

Hosting a cameo from Blue Ivy herself, shots of Bey on top of a cop car in a flooded N.O. street, wearing all black with black men surrounding her, choreographed dance scenes, and everything else you can imagine from her, the five-minute visual story gives fans the response they’ve been waiting for from the Queen in reference to supporting the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

Featuring a young black boy in a black hoodie as cops raise their hands, a white wall reads in black spay paint: “Stop shooting us.” Simple, yet effective enough to get your attention.

“Formation” is available for free download on TIDAL now, and Bey has also dropped her “Formation Collection” of clothing featuring lyrics like “I twirl on them haters” and “You that bitch when you cause all of this conversation,” “Slay,” and “Hot Sauce.”

“You know you that b*tch when you cause all this conversation / Always stay gracious / Best revenge is your paper,” she sings out as the song closes.

Watch Queen Bey go off below!

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