R&B singer/songwriter Lyrica Anderson continues her acoustic series this week with the release of the video for her in-studio performance of “Unf*ck You.”
Every week the accomplished songstress has been releasing acoustic performance videos with VEVO of songs from her latest EP, King Me 2.
Over funky bass and electric guitar licks Lyrica delivers a sexy stripped down version of her honestly raw single “Unf*ck You.”
Check it out below, and you can pick up King Me 2 on iTunes now.
Hot 97 Radio Personality Peter Rosenberg has been working on his upcoming mixtape compilation titled Winter Is Coming. The DJ has collaborated with rising New Jersey based songstress Lauriana Mae for the projects lead single “Will She Be Loved.”
The jazzy and soulful production delivers a vintage vibe, complimented by Mae’s sultry vocals, as she sings about a female looking for respect and real love.
Mae is currently putting the finishing touches on her debut album which is due out on Atlantic Records.
Take a listen to the smooth single below!
Iconic and golden voice soul legend, Isaac Hayes, has his music living on through his estate and his family. Led by his son Isaac Hayes III, the late singers family have formed Isaac Hayes Enterprises in Atlanta, for projects that will honor and extend his legacy.
They have begun the passion projects by digitizing hundreds of unreleased master recordings that have been unvaulted from Tennessee.
Well this should be interesting.
While Rihanna may be busy touring with Eminem on their Monster Tour, that hasn’t stopped the fashion icon from getting her business in order for next year.
Following their kickball game, Chris Brown and Quincy teamed up once again to host a charity flag football game this past Saturday. Held at Jack Kemp Stadium at Occidental College in Los Angeles the exciting event brought out many celebrities and fans to watch the head-to-head battle.
Team Breezy, which included Game, Wale, Tyga, Trey Songz, Bow Wow, and Omarion, defeated Team Quincy 42-21.
Skee TV was also once again on hand at the event to capture many of the athletic moments and sideline interviews with members of both teams.
Lil’ Mama joked that Breezy was playing like a girl, and said she might just have to run onto the field, because she is notorious for that! Yes, yes she is…
Eric Bellinger showed off his touchdown dance and admitted he feels no kinda way for the other team, even though he has real skills on the field.
Following the game, rapper Nelly led his fellow artists and celebrities in a moment of support for the city of Ferguson, Mo. Check out photos and video here.
After the jump check out Skee TV’s video recap.
Luke James shared a very intimate and emotional story with his latest single “Options,” but now the R&B powerhouse brings listeners to their feet with the vibey new jam “Dancing In The Dark.”
Over a retro inspired, drum-heavy track, Luke and his lover explore new territory and erotic bliss.
“Look at where we are, far from what we know / I’m reaching for the parts, you’re afraid to show / Let your love come down, let it overflow,” sings the New Orleans native.
On September 23 Luke James will release his anticipated, self-titled debut album via N.A.R.S./Island Records. You can pre-order the LP here.
He recently shot a music video for the sexy new song as well. In the meantime get your first listen below!
Jennifer Hudson rose bright and early on Tuesday to help wake up New York City with some soulful sounds. Rocking a “Strong” T-shirt, the powerhouse diva took over Rockefeller Plaza for the “Today” concert series, and belted out “It’s Your World,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going,” and her brand new song “Dangerous” off her upcoming album JHUD, due out September 23.
“With this album, I feel as though you get a sense of my energy and that’s why we named it JHUD because you’re getting to know the girl and not just the public persona of Jennifer Hudson,” she said. “I want you to know the person.”
She worked with Timbaland and Pharrell on her third LP, which is a departure from her usual big ballads. “That’s all a part of artistry, is reinventing yourself,” she explained. “I don’t believe in being boxed in, or limits.”
In addition to her career, the Oscar and Grammy winner is busy being a mother to her five-year-old son David, who starts kindergarten this week. “I feel like I just had him!” she said.
Watch JHUD shut down the Plaza with her powerful pipes below:
Trey Songz finds it too hard to maintain not one but two relationships in the emotional music video for “What’s Best for You,” off his chart-topping album Trigga. In the cinematic clip, which debuted on Twitter, the R&B heartthrob juggles two relationships at the same time. He appears completely in love with both ladies, but in the end, he is left in an empty bed.
“I want what’s best for you, but I don’t want you to leave / It’s not about what I want, but it’s all about what you need,” sings Trey.
Last week, he and Chris Brown shocked the world when they announced a co-headlining tour for this fall.
Watch Trey loose it all in the video below!