Video: Adele – Send My Love (To Your New Lover)


Fresh off her win for Top Billboard 200 Album at the Billboard Music Awards, Adele debuted the music video for her new single “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” during Sunday’s live broadcast.

Donning a floral dress, the British songstress keeps it simple in the Patrick Daughters-directed clip, using layered effects of herself spinning and dancing.

The Max Martin-produced song is the third single off her chart-topping album 25. On July 5, she will launch her North American tour at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn.

Watch Adele’s trippy visual below.

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Puff Daddy Brings Out Usher, Mary J. Blige, Faith Evans, 112, Total, Carl Thomas & More at Bad Boy Family Reunion


Brooklyn was all BAD BOY this weekend.

Puff Daddy & The Family kicked off the official “Bad Boy Reunion Tour” with two sold-out shows at Barclays Center on Friday and Saturday night, and it was an all-out celebration! Held in honor of the late, great Notorious B.I.G.’s 44th birthday, Puff invited nearly every act he worked with over the years to create one of the biggest hip hop concerts in history. But, as we all know the successful entertainer and entrepreneur got his start in R&B and created much of his success by blending the two genres together.

During the two night extravaganza, Puff accomplished the near-impossible task of condensing a significant chunk of hip-hop and R&B history into four hours, giving fans flashes of nostalgia as the likes of Total, 112, Carl Thomas, Faith Evans, The LOX, Lil’ Kim, and Ma$e performed their classics from the Bad Boy catalogue to a sold-out crowd. However, according to the Bad Boy boss the label wouldn’t exist without the prior success he had with Mary J. Blige at Uptown Records, who while on stage thanked him for taking a tomboy living in the projects and transforming her into the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul. Mary tore up the Barclay’s stage with her timeless hits “Real Love,” “Be Happy,” “You Don’t Have to Worry,” and her remake of “I’m Goin’ Down.”

112 serenaded the crowd with a string of hits including, “Cupid,” “It’s Over Now,” “Dance With Me,” and “Peaches & Cream.” Then it was Kima, Keisha, and Pam’s turn, sounding pitch-perfect when they delivered “Can’t You See,” “Trippin’” and “Kissin’ You.”

Mario Winans dropped in with “I Don’t Wanna Know,” Cassie surprised with her smash single “Me & U,” and Ty Dolla $ign joined Diddy for “You Could Be My Lover.” Usher also surprised with “U Don’t Have to Call” and “I Need a Girl, Pt. 1 and 2.”

The closer for the evening was “I’ll Be Missing You,” a touching performance with Faith Evans belting her chorus alongside a gospel choir that all happened right as Biggie’s would-be 44th birthday rang in. Confetti and balloons fell from the sky. “Happy birthday, playboy,” Puff said.

Check out the footage below.

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Beyonce’s “Daddy Lessons” Finding Support From Country Music Community

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When Beyoncé released her visual album LEMONADE last month, there were fans calling out “Daddy Lessons” as a possible No. 1 hit on Top 40 and Country radio.

The Houston native’s Southern music roots are interwoven throughout the No. 1 album, but on “Daddy Lessons,” she mixes New Orleans horns and country lyrics and messaging with a sprinkle of Texas enthusiasm. And many in Nashville are welcoming music’s reigning queen to the format.

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Watch: Yuna and Jhene Aiko Perform New Duet “Used To Love You”

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After teaming up with Usher on “Crush,” Malaysian songstress Yuna calls on Jhené Aiko for the sultry smooth “Used To Love You,” off her brand new album Chapters.

Harmonizing with their soothing vocals, Yuna and Jhené sing about an affection that’s now dissolved. “I used to love you / Used to care, but no more,” they sing.

The pair performed the song last night at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. Backed by a band and colorful backdrop, they delivered stirring vocals much to the L.A. crowd’s delight.

Check it out below!

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Video: Alicia Keys – In Common


Fresh off her appearances on “SNL” and “The Voice,” Alicia Keys delivers the anticipated video for her new single “In Common.” She strips things down in the black-and-white clip, which was inspired by the “electric energy” of New York City.

Alicia goes for a more natural look while standing on a fire escape and walking through a set made to resemble the streets of her hometown. She is accompanied by a diverse group of men and women, who are unafraid to showcase their individuality.

“This video is about celebrating our individuality, and how in the brilliance of our uniqueness, the magic of it all is at the core, we are all the same,” Keys told The FADER. “We want the same things. We all want to experience love, the freedom to be our truest selves, to love whomever we want and to be accepted and celebrated for all of our nuances and so called imperfections that make us, us.”

Her sixth album, the follow-up to 2012’s Girl on Fire, is due later this summer, and will feature her new song “Hallelujah,” which she debuted on “SNL.”

Watch the new video below!

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New Music: Eric Bellinger – Spare Time

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Fresh off his international tour, Eric Bellinger has been back in the lab to complete his latest EP Eventually with 3 new tracks.

The R&B crooner previously released 9 intimate Eventually tracks to help fans celebrate Valentine’s Day, which were meant to encourage ladies to be ready for the right kind of love.

Today, Bellinger is excited to announce that the pre-order is now available for the complete 12-song EP, which will include 3 additional songs, “Spare Time,” “Volunteer,” and “You Look Amazing.” Fans who pre-order now will receive the instant-grat track and sensual lead single “Spare Time.” Bellinger will officially release the full Eventually EP on May 27.

“’Spare Time’ is actually the most recent song that I’ve recorded on the project,” says Bellinger. “It’s fun for the summer, chill enough to vibe out with your girl, but still has a strong 808 if you hit the club. I’ll be releasing a remix with a surprise verse from someone you will be seeing me do a lot of work with in the very near future!”

Take a listen to the new track, and peep the track listing for the new edition of Eventually below!

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Dondria Nicole Returns with Double Singles “Luh Ya” and “2 Good”

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Dondria Nicole is back with not one but two brand new singles!

The R&B songstress, who was first discovered and signed off YouTube by Jermaine Dupri, hasn’t released much since 2014’s “Ain’t No Way,” but that all changes today with her duel single release of “Luh Ya” and “2 Good.”  Both records were produced by The Pen House, and are our first taste of her upcoming EP The Day of the Don.

On the uptempo, feel-good “Luh Ya,” which features rapper Ace B, the singer/songwriter celebrates a love that is bringing her everything that she’s ever dreamed of and more. “Baby I’ve never been the type to get caught up on material things / The only thing I ever needed was you / You give the benefits, considerate, when I need to talk you listen,” she sings.

“2 Good” shows another side of the singer’s relationships as she lets an ex know that she is fully confident in herself and being without him, because she was out of his league. “Though I’m not perfect I’m worth much more than you / You took all that I gave and left nothing to lose / Sacrifices are made, and made it clear you wouldn’t change / Guess I’ll take the blame for believing you,” she sings.

Take a listen to both singles below, and you can pick them up on iTunes now.

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Indie: Emerging Artist Kaylon Hallman Releases Single “Where Did She Go”


Indie artist Kaylon Hallman has recently dropped his latest single titled, “Where Did She Go,” and it’s guaranteed to start your summer off nice and smooth.

The emerging singer/songwriter/musician is an up and coming Los Angeles based artist who got his start singing and playing instruments in local churches, and has since created a unique sound full of soul and good vibes. As he works on his first EP, there is no question that its going to be a great piece of work.

We look forward to seeing his future projects and once you listen to him for the first time, you will understand why.

Stream his single below, and let us know what you think!

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