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.
R&B crooner Jay Love may be a new name to you, but he’s doing everything he can to make a statement. Returning to ThisIsRnB with his latest release “Cheat,” the singer-songwriter lets it be known that he’s tired of being the shoulder to cry on.
Signing out, “And I ain’t sayin’ you should cheat on ’em / But baby you should cheat on ’em / ‘Cause he don’t deserve you,” the buzzing new artist is 3 for 3 the tracks hie’s brought to us.
“Cheat” can be found on his upcoming project titled Love Triangle, due out on Memorial Day.
Take a listen below:
Luke James received some much deserving daytime TV promo on Tuesday when he appeared on ‘The REAL’ and performed his current single “Exit Wounds.”
Over the single piano track, the R&B crooner does what he always does best and left his heart on the stage as he belted out the emotional ballad.
The audience had nothing but cheers and applause for Luke as he hit note after chilling note, but surprised everyone when he ran up the stairs to join the crowd for when the track flips into a turnt-up dismissal of the hoe that caused his heartache.
Watch Luke’s performance below!
Young star on the rise Quincy keeps the new music coming, following his latest single “Friends First” featuring French Montana, the singer returns with the smooth new song “Exotic” featuring buzzing rapper G-Eazy.
Quincy must have found the special girl that he’s ready to move past the “friend” title with as he sings the praises of a sexy young lady from Los Angeles, but has all the qualities of a foreign hottie.
“She got everything you want and more / The way I wanna…ooh it’s just so scandalous,” he sings.
Take a listen to Quincy’s new joint below:
Singer/songwriter Victoria Monét follows up her retro inspried single “90s Babies,” with the second release off her forthcoming EP, Nightmares & Lullabies: Act II, due out June 16.
The track, entitled “High Luv,” is a flickering, vibey tune produced by Tommy Brown (T.I., 2 Chainz) and Monét lightly seduces with a delicate vocal.
“We always start off small, with minimal sounds,” Victoria Monét told Pigeons&Planes. “Tommy Brown has all these lasers in the studio so it was really vibed out. And that’s just the idea that came to mind. Once the little reference was done, they want back and re-produced everything and added all these sounds, and drums, and little extra things that made it feel special to me.”
Take a listen below:
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:
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:
Janelle Monáe turned up late-night TV on Monday with an appearance on ‘The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.’ Joined by her artist Jidenna and backed by The Roots, the Wondaland CEO showed viewers how to flex with a energetic performance of her new single “Yoga.”
“Are y’all ready to hear the song of the summer?” yelled Janelle when taking the stage.
The incomparable performer took a break from her normal tuxedo uniform choosing to rock black and white workout clothes as she tore up the studio stage with some sexy choreographed moves.
Watch the pumped up performance below: