Trey Songz may have just officially released his double EP Intermission I & II, as well as a new single entitled “About You” ahead of his Trigga: Reloaded album, but the VA native is still letting tracks out of the chamber.
Releasing his spin on Future’s “Real Sisters” track from the rapper’s Beast Mode mixtape, Trigga Trey lays down a few bars about the different type of women he’s been rocking with. From strippers to busting a couple with a chick and her friends, Trey brags about his player ways over the Zaytoven beat.
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:
You may recall late last year the announcement that Ginuwine and Timbaland were working together once again, creating music for the R&B veteran’s next solo album.
The project and partnership was revealed through a blockbuster movie style trailer, and the LP, which will be Ginuwine’s eighth album, was promoted to be titled Same Ol G. The title being named after the singer’s 1998 single that Timbaland produced, off his second album 100% Ginuwine.
We haven’t heard anything about it since, but early Wednesday morning both Ginuwine and Timbaland took to their Instagram accounts to share a photo together, and along with the post of the photo Tim wrote that the new album title is “Bachelor Again But Wiser.”
Over the last year, we’ve gotten taken back to our past many times. From the return of jelly shoes, Jodeci, and thankfully, the beautiful Tamia, we’ve been able to feel more than just a bit of nostalgia these days.
Included in that swamp of good things was the reunion of British duo, Floetry, last December. Making a few appearances since then, the beautiful ladies have now announced that they will indeed be going through with a summer tour together.
Following their performance at Atlanta’s Funk Fest last weekend, Marsha Ambrosius took to her Instagram account to announce she and Natalie “The Floacist” Stewart will kick their tour off on June 17 in Cleveland, Ohio. Hitting St. Louis, Cali, and Texas before making their way to the Essence Festival in July, the talented songbirds are ready to bring that old thang back for fans to enjoy.
Closing out their summer tour on August 8 at the Spirit Festival in Maryland, we’re hoping that this tour is just the preparation for the long awaited follow-up album to 2005’s Flo’Ology.
Check out the dates of the tour below and purchase tickets here.
Bobby V is back and paying homage to fine linens with his brand new single “Versace Sheets” featuring rapper Snootie Wild.
Ready to get hot and heavy and mess up the bed, the R&B crooner lets his lady know what she can expect when he brings her to where the magic happens.
“We gon’ get it in, we gon’ turn it up / Laying all up in Versace sheets, got your ass all up in love,” he sings.
2015 marks the 10 year anniversary of Bobby’s platinum selling debut album, Bobby Valentino, which gave us classic hits such as, “Tell Me” and “Slow Down.” He is currently working on a brand new EP set to be released this summer.
Posted on May 21st, 2015 by ThisIsRnB in INTERVIEWS |
Rico Love has released his official debut album Turn The Lights On, did you know? Well if you didn’t go check it out on your favorite streaming service now, and if you want to hear more about it, as well as his writing, producing and feelings on working with other artists, and the music business, check out his brand new interview with ‘The Breakfast Club.’
In addition he spoke about why he is no longer working with singer/songwriter Tiara Thomas, who was previously signed to his label imprint Division 1. Rico shared a lot of the knowledge and insight he’s gained over the years through success and failure, along with his feelings about working on passion projects with Usher and Brandy.
Keith Sweat is a R&B singer, songwriter, producer, radio personality and one of the innovators of New Jack Swing. The song “I’ll Trade (A Million Bucks)” was released as the lead single off Sweat’s seventh album, Didn’t See Me Coming, in 2000.
The single featured his then label-mate Lil’ Mo, who solely penned the song, Sweat, Barry Salter, and Jules Bartholomew are credited with the production. As a single it reached No. #34 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. During an interview with Billboard Sweat said, “I’ll trade whatever I have to have somebody who’s down with me for me. That person doesn’t have to have a million bucks. It pertains to anybody who has just a little something.”