Following his infectious, provocative song “No Drugs,” which he debuted last week, Tank keeps his promise of new music for the next coming weeks.
Releasing the second track in his new music series, the R&B general keeps it under the sheets with the dedicated love song “For Life.”
Singing out to his one-and-only lady, Tank courts her with masculine confidence in his abilities, and admiration of her magic.
“I’m the type of n**ga that’ll love you for life / I’m the type of nigga that’ll make you feel right,” he croons.
Take a listen below.
Whine up ting!
Following the release of her empowering, socially-conscious single “Better Days,” hit-making singer/songwriter Victoria Monét is back with a new jam for the summer pool parties.
Teaming up with producers Tommy Brown and The Social House for the up-beat, island infused “Do You Like It,” Victoria jumps on the riddim craze as she lets her hips do the talkin’ while enticing a new lover to get at her.
“I just want to show you that I’m the nicest / Tell me if you like it,” she coos on the melodic chorus.
In the coming months, Victoria will be touring the U.S. as the opening act for Fifth Harmony, who she’s previously written for, as well as JoJo.
Check out “Do You Like It” below.
Legendary R&B group HI-FIVE return to our speakers today with the grown-and-sexy new single “Kit Kat.”
Led by smooth acoustic guitar, the sexy mid-tempo is an instant bedroom banger, as the fellas deliver sweet, sexual innuendos. “Break me off a piece of that kit kat / Relax and just kick back / While I take you to that place,” they sing on the chorus.
“We wanted to give the song a slick-play on human’s addiction to chocolates and sweets and in this case it was the women’s kitty kat, being so good and powerful that the craving was unbearable,” explains Billy Covington.
In the coming weeks, the group will embark on a national promotional tour in support of the new single with stops in Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Birmingham, Montgomery, Chicago, Virginia and Washington DC.
Take a listen below.
The Queen remains the ruling elite at the upcoming 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.
Beyoncé has received a career-best 11 nods for her visual album LEMONADE, including Video of the Year for “Formation” and Best Female Video for “Hold Up.”
Adele will be her toughest competition it appears, as the British powerhouse earns eight nominations this year, including Video of the Year and Best Female Video with “Hello.”
Ariana Grande and Drake both follow with five. The Toronto rapper will compete for Video of the Year and Best Hip-Hop Video for “Hotline Bling.”
Bryson Tiller is also up for Best Male Video and Best New Artist.
They will face off when the VMAs air live on Sunday, Aug. 28, at 9 p.m. from Madison Square Garden in New York City. Voting is now open to the public.
See the full list of nominees below.
Nashville based newcomer Bella Moon has a vibe that is ready to seduce in a celestial place. The 21-year-old singer/songwriter captivates our ears with the release of her brand new single “Teach Me.”
Seductive aquatic synths float under subtle drum kicks, laying the soundscape for Bella to entice a new lover into allowing her to give him a lesson in pleasure.
“Teach me, how you like it, yea / I can be your little freak / Give you something exciting (something exciting) / Teach me, give me the blueprint of your senses,” she sings.
The Cambodian singer is currently working on her upcoming debut project, Pink Potion, which is coming soon.
Fall under her spell with “Teach Me” below.
While we all await the official remix to Usher‘s new single “No Limit” with No Limit Records legend Master P, masterful remixer/producer JAYBeatz comes through with an impressive remix to the buzzing single.
The remix offers a totally fresh take on the turn-up record, with a sexy, modern R&B vibe. JAYBeatz track is lead by an Asian-like chime sound, which amazing fits both Usher and Thugger’s vocal.
Check it out below!
Verse Simmonds has returned once again with a brand new summer-ready record. On his latest release, the hit-making singer/songwriter teams up Black Chiney producer Supa Dups, for the island fusion record, “In My Feelings.”
Over the bouncy, anthemic production Simmonds gets in touch with his emotional side, as he rides the beat, questioning if his lady is faithful.
“Baby hold on to me, this is more than just jealousy / I don’t want to believe, that you could be just like me / You got your sneaky ways, but who am I to judge you? / When I won’t even love you,” he sings.
Verse obviously has a lot to work through, ha!
Take a listen below.
Diana Gordon officially reintroduces herself with the release of her brand new song, “The Legend Of.” The singer/songwriter has ditched her former moniker, “Wynter,” and here, she divulges a lot more about who she truly is. After writing songs for other artists for over ten years and ending an unfulfilling record deal, Gordon’s journey is now coming full circle.
In April, she scored some major writing credits on Beyoncé’s Lemonade, including “Sorry,” “Daddy Lessons,” and “Don’t Hurt Yourself.” But on “The Legend Of,” Gordon focuses on her new creative beginning with a self-awareness. She sings in a soulful blend of alternative vocals, showing her diverse sound with a certain confidence.
Gordon explained the song to The FADER, “I’ve never been comfortable stating my value or saying ‘I am exceptional.’ Humility and fear have always been my biggest vice. ‘The Legend Of’ is a tiny cliff note of stories from my life. It blends music I enjoy, the unique tones that make up my voice and is a celebration of my achievements and lessons I’ve learned disguised as failures.”
Check out Diana’s world below.