Video: LION BABE – Don’t Break My Heart


We’ll take as many LION BABE videos as we can get!  The buzzing NYC duo has returned on this hot late spring day with a smokin’ new video for the song, “Don’t Break My Heart,” off their self-titled debut EP.

Lead vocalist Jillian seduces the camera in the dark, spacey visual, showing off her toned physique covered in silver metallic paint, she dances on a warehouse balcony in a red lamé two-piece.

Just coming off their UK tour, and hot on the heels of their buzzing new single “Wonder Woman,” the duo are now working on their anticipated debut album.

Check out the NSFW video below:

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Video: Jamie Foxx feat. Chris Brown – You Changed Me


Jamie Foxx has expressed his growth as an artist and a man in numerous interviews while promoting his brand new album Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses, the subject of him finding a forever love is most evident in the heartfelt balled “In Love By Now,” but before he gets all the way there the multi-talented star visualizes his desire to settle down in the music video for the LP’s lead single “You Changed Me” featuring Chris Brown.

Foxx and Breezy meet up at his expansive mansion while planning one of his next parties, and both admit they might have found the “one.” As the festivities are kicking off Jamie’s lady arrives (played by Empire star Grace Gealy), he serenades her and even shows off some of his dance moves. Chris turns on the charm for a curly-haired young beauty of his dreams, the two get intimate in the hallway before taking it to the bedroom.

Foxx’s Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses is out now! Watch the fellas say goodbye to their player ways below!

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Indie: Vocal Premieres Video for New Single “Let’s Talk About Love”

Vocal Let's Talk About Love

Indie singer/songwriter Vocal (LoverBoy Vo) makes his debut on ThisisRnB with the premiere of the music video for his brand new single “Let’s Talk About Love,” produced by AlSween.

The Durham, North Carolina native keeps it authentic as he dedicates himself to love, and bettering his life and his woman’s in the visual, directed by ShotbyDj.

Vocal has been singing for years, building a strong local following, but through his ’90s R&B inspired sound and quality pen game, he plans to contribute timeless music and help bring great R&B back to the mainstream. His sophomore EP “The Phases of Love” will be dropping exclusively on ThisIsRnB this July.

Check out Vocal’s new single and video below, and stay tuned for more soon.

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Video: Kyndall – Bullet


Burgeoning young songstress Kyndall is back with another video from her debut EP, Still Down. This time visualizing the smooth, Sting-sampled track “Bullet.”

Delivering a soft, sweet tone the fiery-haired Houstonite struts her stuff through various shots, displaying an innocence mixed with a bit of sexiness over the heartfelt love song’s jazzy guitars riffs.

The 19-year-old singer/songwriter worked with a number of heavy hitters on her debut: Boi 1da (Drake, Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar) Chef Tone (Trey Songz, R. Kelly, Jamie Foxx), Maejor (Justin Bieber, Drake, Kelly Rowland) and DJ Dahi (Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean); to bring forth a gritty, bass heavy R&B sound that she tackles with stunning lilt and passionate lyrics detailing her first love.

Peep Kyndall’s latest video below:

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Watch: DAWN Returns with Double Video for “Titans” and New Song “James Dean”


DAWN is back and continuing to advance her visuals to another level. Collaborating with director Monty March, the singer brings the song “Titans” to life in a double featurette, as the 7th video from her latest album Blackheart.

The dance-heavy visual delivers unique visual effects as her backup dancers transform into onyx obsidian titans while a diamond encrusted Dawn dances between them. Dawn then becomes a digital mo-cap form, swaying her body as only she can – in a new wave of digital art created by Wicked Liquid FX.

Then it’s all sex and sass in the smoky second portion for new single “James Dean,” which is available on iTunes now. Dawn fittingly wears a James Dean t-shirt and rocks her own new eyewear line Black Era Shades.

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Video: Marissa – No Scrubs


Emerging Atlanta bred singer Marissa follows up her new single “Tied Down” with a 2015 remake of TLC’s classic “No Scrubs.”

With updated production by Big Fruit, giving the ladies anthem a trap flip, the young vixen rides around her hood with her girls and waves off all the annoying dead beat dudes.

It’s hard to believe the original song is 16 years old, no harm in a remake for the new generations.

Check it out below… What do you think?

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Watch: The Weeknd Surprises with “The Hills” Video

The Weeknd The Hills

Just a day after we got to hear 3 brand new songs by The Weeknd, the singer surprises with the premiere of a music video for the brand new song “The Hills.”  The Canadian star originally performed a preview of the record during his set at Coachella.

Opening with a car crash during the early morning hours, the singer and his two female passengers emerge from the wreck and he begins a somber half injured walk down a dimly lit residential street. Making his way into a creepy home that appears empty, Abel finds an eerily exotic scene awaiting him in the bedroom, as if he was met to stumble into this place, the visual quickly cuts leaving you wondering if this will be a continued story.

“I only call you when it’s half past five / The only time that I’ll be by your side / I only love you when you touch me, not feel me / When I’m f*cked up, that’s the real me,” he sings over the hard hitting chorus.

There has yet to be any further info on his much-anticipated new album, but we can only assume this record is apart of the project.

Check out the brand new video below, and pick up the single on iTunes now.

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Video: Andra Day – Forever Mine (Directed by Spike Lee)


Buzzing vintage-soul singer, Andra Day, unveils the music video to her brand new single “Forever Mine,” from her debut album Cheers to the Fall, due out August 28 via Buskin Entertainment and Warner Bros. Records. The visual was directed by Spike Lee, who was impressed by Andra’s timeless, sultry vocals during the What Happened Miss Simone? tribute at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.

Andra describes “Forever Mine” as a love song written to God about her spiritual relationship, which strengthened throughout the ending of her eight-year relationship with her first love. But it’s also a head-nodding, finger-snapping doo-wop song with a vintage, cinematic feel. Spike Lee honors the powerfulness of the song with a simple concept, making the legendary live box installation in the lobby of the Standard Hotel in West Hollywood the focal point of his vision. Spike gives you a glimpse of Andra’s personal journey and her pursuit to live out her dreams.

“The video’s concept is [about] me,” Andra explains. “The box represents my sanctuary. When I wake up in the morning, the first thing I do is pray, confess and be still, so that box [is] that space where all of my creativity comes to me. Then I see people and life through that space.” Andra adds, from Spike, “I’ve learned that simplicity is a very powerful thing. You don’t need much to convey a message.”

Fans that pre-order her forthcoming debut album Cheers to the Fall on iTunes now, will receive 4 songs instantly. Check out Andra’s new video below:

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