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Lyric Video: Teedra Moses – Get It Right

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R&B lioness Teedra Moses is ready to deliver her long anticipated sophomore album Cognac & Conversation, and we’re more than ready to see what she’s pushing out with this one.

While the album won’t be here until next month, the relase of her latest single “Get It Right” has been serving as a sufficient holdover. Now delivering the lyric video for the new single, we can only assume that an offical video is on its way as well.

Learn all the lyrics to Teedra’s new single below:

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Watch: Kameron Corvet Premieres Video for New Single “Nothing At All”

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Singer/songwriter/musician Kameron Corvet kicks off this beautiful Wednesday by premiering the music video for his brand new single “Nothing At All,” produced by Grammy-nominated producer Pierre Medor, the first release off his forthcoming EP ‘Due Process.’

The visual, directed by VICENTE, presents a different approach to the highs and lows of a relationship with an unhappy spouse. Using creative props, a great sense of humor and by removing the element of “background,” the focus of the video is on the subjects. We see how relationships can go back and forth when communication and interaction are confused for one another.

“I’ve experienced relationships in my personal life that have dissolved because of pride and an unwillingness to reconcile,” explains Corvet, who admits this single was influenced by those relationships. “Nothing At All” is my attempt to rewrite the endings of those breakups.”

Check out the video below, and you can pick up the single on iTunes now.

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Video: Kyle Dion – Moonshine

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Up-and-coming artist Kyle Dion has been building a great indie following and this week he has returned with the brand new single “Moonshine,” with accompanying music video.   Opening with a minimal piano track, Dion flexes soothing vocals highlighted by a haunting falsetto.  Quickly building to an upbeat percussion led hook the Q’nAce-production takes listeners on a ride through the emotion of Dion’s intoxicating heartache.

The visuals find Kyle reminiscing of his lost love as he sits lonely in a field which brings back memories of their quality time, and while in a seedy motel with a new lover he can only remember the one that got away.

“Why would you disguise it, baby you stand out like diamonds in my eyes / You’re mood excites me, my moonshine,” he sings.

“I wrote ‘Moonshine’ to remind women that they’re all beautiful in so many different ways, and there are so many different versions of beauty,” explained Kyle.

Check it out below:

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Video: James Davis – Can’t Love Me

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Fresh off the release of their self-titled debut EP, emerging trio James Davis share the visuals for their soothing track, “Can’t Love Me.”

The sibling act, made up by fraternal twins Jess and Rey and their brother Auston Reynolds, head out to the beach and wander about while ocean waves gently splash on the shore. It’s a peaceful experience of family bonding for the somber song about a failing relationship.

“Today, we’re so in-sync / Next week we won’t agree / Next month we’ll barely speak, to fix what’s wrong,” sings Rey.

James Davis’ self-titled EP is available for purchase on iTunes now. The trio will be hitting the road with singer Seinabo Sey beginning next week, with scheduled stops in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and more.

Check out the video below:

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Watch: Beyoncé & Nicki Minaj Party It Up in “Feeling Myself” Video (Full Version)

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Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj stopped the internet on Monday afternoon when they surprisingly released an unexpected music video for their collaboration “Feeling Myself” off Nicki’s latest album The PinkPrint.

In the quirky clip, which premiered on TIDAL, Queen Bey and Queen Nicki hit the desert and look like they’re having tons of fun as they eat hamburgers, party at Coachella, and have a water gun fight.

Pretty on fleek.  Watch the full video now below!

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Video: K. Michelle – Hard To Do

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K. Michelle knows what she wants, and sometimes it’s just a little bit freaky.

Keeping the grind going strong for her sophomore album, Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart, the R&B diva premieres the music video for her latest single “Hard To Do.”  Belting out the tantalizing lyrics the sexy songstress shows off her very curvacious figure in different looks, including a full bodied stripped leotard while posting next to a zebra.

K seduces the camera with her sassiness and teases her lover letting them know that tonight she’s all about that…

“Lately I’ve been in my feelings, dealing with the daily thoughts of missing you / I ain’t dialing but my body’s calling for ya / Breaking down, gotta give it to you,” she sings.

The end will surprise some as K reveals who her dirty partner is.

Peep the NSFW video below:

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Video: Deborah Cox – More Than I Knew

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R&B veteran Deborah Cox is officially back and here to make a statement. Delivering the sultry video for her latest single, “More Than I Knew,” the talented vocalist belts out her powerful pipes to the man that she should’ve kept close. Leading her upcoming album Work of Art, the new single has become a fan favorite of the Grammy-nominated singer.

While Deborah prepares her new album, she will also be hitting Broadway for the musical adaptation for the 1992 film The Bodyguard, as well as star in the musical Josephine about the life of singer Josephine Baker.

Check out the video below:

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Bilal Premieres “Satellites” Video, Unveils Album Cover & Tracklist for ‘In Another Life’

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Acclaimed singer/songwriter/producer, Bilal, wastes no time following up the release of his brand new single “Satellites” with the premiere of the stunning music video. He has also unveiled the cover art and tracklisting for his 5th studio album, In Another Life, which was produced by Adrian Younge and features Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T. and Kimbra.

With this album and video, Bilal takes a step back from his previous surrealist work and focuses instead on the reality of today’s sociopolitical environment. In the video, Bilal specifically references everything from the recent police brutality to poverty, homelessness and mental illness, observing these things as a modern day shaman trying to alleviate the world of its problems. Unfortunately, some problems are more difficult to overcome. This is expressed by the later portion of the video, which includes a snippet of another new song off the album “Lunatic,” and finds Bilal being placed in a choke-hold by an officer and a sign reading, “Black Lives Matter.” Bilal is left on the ground unconscious and overwhelmed by what people can do to people.

The album will be available for pre-order May 19 and will be officially released June 30 through Purpose Music Group/eOne Music.

Check out the video, album cover and tracklisting below:

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