New Music: DJ Khaled feat. Chris Brown, August Alsina & Fetty Wap – Gold Slug


Another one.

As we previously stated, DJ Khaled came to hit fans with the heat, double time. Dropping two singles filled with features, the veteran DJ with the legendary catchphrase didn’t come to play.

Calling on frequent collaborator Chris Brown to deliver a poppin’ new R&B joint with August Alsina and rapper Fetty Wap by the name of “Gold Slugs,” Khaled is making sure everyone realizes that grillz are indeed, back in style. Claiming that they’re grillin’ and f*ckin’ at the same time, all of the fellas rename the classic southern accessory as slugs for everyone to get hip to.

Released in joint with the Trey Songz, Future, and Jeremih single “You Mine,” both new tracks will be featured on Khaled’s October 23 album I Changed a Lot.

Take a listen to the new song and watch its accompanying video below!

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New Music: DJ Khaled feat. Trey Songz, Future & Jeremih – You Mine


DJ Khaled is dropping ’em back to back!

Releasing the latest track from his We The Best Music group, Khaled calls on previous collaborators Trey Songz, Future, & Jeremiah to deliver the new single, “You Mine.” Serving as one of two single releases today, Khaled is ready to change the game. “I will never stop !!!!! Im changing the game time get the fans more excitement!! 2 singles at the same dam time 2 #1s at the same dam time 2 anthems at the same dam time,” he said.

Kicking off the song with a raunch verse from Trigga, Jermih supplies the hook and chorus in his falsetto, as Future lays down his raps about the one who hangs all around all of his savages.

His new album, I Changed a Lot, is set to hit shelves next Friday, October 23.

In true Khaled fashion, fans of the new single didn’t have to wait to see what a potential video for the track looks like because it’s already here!

Take a listen to the new anthem and catch the new visual below!

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Video: Tweet – Won’t Hurt Me


As Tweet gears up for the release of her anticipated comeback album Charlene, the Southern Hummingbird debuts the music video for her soulful lead single “Won’t Hurt Me.”  The visual finds the singer/songwriter and an ex-boyfriend getting into a fight at a party.

He lingers at the door as the party ends. “Do whatever it is you gotta do, it won’t hurt me,” she sings to him, as he protests.

“I’ve evolved as a woman and I am much more wiser now. As an artist, I’ve totally matured vocally,” says Tweet of Charlene, which is due out in early 2016.

Check out the video below:

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Marc E. Bassy Signs to Republic Records, Releases “Some Things Never Change” Video

Marc E Bassy STNC

We told you to watch out for Marc E. Bassy and now the singer-songwriter has signed to Republic Records and will release his East Hollywood EP at all digital retailers on October 30. Originally released as a free mixtape via his Soundcloud page, the commercial release of the EP will serve as his debut on the label.

In connection with the announcement, Marc has also debuted his self-directed video for the standout track “Some Things Never Change.”

Filmed by his Platter Mob squad (members include Marc E. Bassy, Nic Nac, Bobby Brackins, and Robert Stewart) in his own backyard, the California native shares a rare glimpse into his well-guarded psyche. Surrounded by his best friends and his favorite vices, the video follows Marc E. Bassy as he walks through a moonlit carnival, bringing the chorus to life: “Money. Fame. Always on my brain / Some things never change, some things never change.”

“When I say ‘money, fame,’ it’s not just about that. I’m saying that once you’ve begun dedicating your life to something like entertainment you can’t really escape the desire for these things,” explains Marc. “‘STNC’ is about being unable to escape a superficial world. When I try to free myself from the usual temptations that come with being a musician, the longing for success pulls me back in. I make music to escape but the music becomes the catalyst for superficiality and I get caught in an infinite loop. It’s like the thing I do to be zen makes me do the most un-zen things. The song is about coming to grips with the fact that all I wanna do is sing my songs all over the world and be successful.”

Check out the video below:

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Video: JR Castro feat. Kid Ink & Quavo – ‘Get Home’


With the record continuing to climb radio charts, emerging singer JR Castro releases the official music video for his debut single “Get Home” featuring Kid Ink & Quavo (of Migos). Shot in Castro’s hometown of North Las Vegas, co-directors Marc Klasfeld and Jessi Malay bring to life the DJ Mustard-produced hit which opens a window to where R&B’s newest star comes from.

Castro explains, “This is where it all started. The city that made me who I am. The part of Las Vegas no one ever talks about and is hardly ever seen. I said if I ever had the opportunity I was going to put my town on my back and rep it with love and pride. North Town.”

Last month, JR released a video game inspired short-film for the song as well, which shows an even darker side of Sin City.

Check out the new music video below:

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Premiere: Kameron Corvet – Leave It Like That (Video)


Earlier this week, buzzing singer Kameron Corvet released his new single “Leave It Like That” and today, we bring you the premiere of its accompanying video.

Killa Kam takes the streets of Amsterdam to call out to his now former lover. Directed by Dutch filmmaker Dwight Groot, the singer-songwriter is seen on a journey throughout the night looking as a loner. Hitting a tattoo shop with an empty heart, performing on the street in the Red Light District, and strolling with just his guitar, the visual is an interesting play on its title – showcasing the loneliness that Kam is enduring.

“This song is about the aftermath of a failed relationship, and how I choose to regroup when love has soured. This video is my reflection on that process,” he stated.

“Leave It Like That” is available for purchase and to stream on Spotify.

Take a look at the video below:

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Video: TQ – Coming Home


After premiering the track with us this past summer, R&B veteran TQ returns with the brand new music video for his comeback single “Coming Home,” which he premiered with BET earlier this week.

The Westside funk inspired “Coming Home” is the first single and title track off his forthcoming album due out later this year. The raw story of “Coming Home” is also a first look into TQ’s television series “Brothers” currently in pre-production.  The music video tells an intriguingly story about a man about to be released from jail amid rumors that his girl was cheating on him.

Speaking about the track TQ explains: “Coming Home is a bridge musically between where I’ve been and where I wanna go. The funk inspiration is definitely West Coast and the lyric and melody comes from the soul, which is where I started. It stays real throughout.”

Check out the video below:

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Video: Melanie Fiona – I Tried


Melanie Fiona gets real in the debut of the music video for her new single “I Tried.” The R&B songstress performs in a glass cage in the middle of a dark room in the powerful clip, which is intended to raise awareness about serious social justice issues like domestic violence, mass shootings, police brutality, rape, racial inequality, and human trafficking.

“It is important for me to channel the ideas and concepts I am passionate about into my music and my art… As an artist with a social platform, I feel it is my responsibility to do so,” said Melanie. “The video for ‘I Tried’ is a tribute to the fight in which we all witness and experience both internally and externally in the world daily. The conversation of important issues should not end when we turn the TV off. I hope this visual sparks emotion, thought, dialogue, reflection, and ultimately, positive change.”

The song, produced by Andre “Dre” Harris, is set to appear on Melanie’s third album Awake, which has already spawned the first single “Bite the Bullet.”

Check out the powerful video below:

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