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Young singer/model Justine Skye has returned with a seductively hot new single entitled “Flames,” and she’s bringing that heat to her lover! The Brooklyn native throws caution to the wind through a lustful desire to get naughty with her man, as she prepares him for hot passion over a sinister production.
“Celebrate, like it’s your birthday / I got your favorite cake, with your name on it / I’ma participate, sing on it / Bring your camera babe / I’ma put some flames on it,” she sings.
The Roc Nation artist has been busy building her brand with fashion partnerships including Forever 21, who sponsored the release of the song’s music video. In the visuals, Skye and her model friends invade a swanky mansion, rocking the brand’s new Festival Campaign line.
Check out the single and video below.
What up ThisisRnB fam! It’s giveaway time once again!!
With his brand new album in stores now, we have teamed up with Atlantic Records to offer some lucky fans the chance to win a limited edition Trey Songz ‘Tremaine‘ prize pack!
The R&B heartthrob has created some special merch and collectable items for his supporters in connection with his seventh studio album. This prize pack features items that are currently only available through purchase of an album bundle on his webstore; including the special edition Tremaine 2017-2018 Calendar, Tremaine Deck of Cards, and Tremaine Red Rose.
To enter for your chance to win, you must follow our Best of Trey Songz Playlist, ‘This is: Trey Songz‘ on Spotify, and email us the answer to the question below to email@example.com.
Breezy is coming back for the bedroom!
As promised, Chris Brown has released his brand new single “Privacy,” off his anticipated new album Heartbreak On A Full Moon.
The R&B superstar gets x-rated on the sex-drenched song, produced by d.a. doman, as he provocatively sings and raps to his latest partner some raunchy lines about his bedroom exploits. While Brown drops a few deeply sexual requests, he promises to keep their love making a private affair.
“No eyes but your eyes / Ain’t nobody here but you and me / Lickin’ your private parts / And I know you love your privacy,” he sings on the chorus before adding; “You ain’t even shower, you’re already wet / Know that pussy power tellin me I ain’t ready yet / I say fuck it, face my fears baby / When I lick it I put tears in it / Put my face in it, eat it like a dinner date.”
Next week, Brown will guest star on ABC’s “Black-ish.” He is set to kick off his “Party Tour,” on March 31 with 50 Cent and Fabolous. Heartbreak on a Full Moon is expected later this year, it has already spawned the singles “Grass Ain’t Greener” and “Party” featuring Gucci Mane and Usher.
Press play on Breezy’s new sex jam below.
Music that makes you feel nostalgic and new at the same time is a trademark of unique artistry. Kevin Ross delivers that on his debut album, The Awakening, released through Motown Records. The multi-talented singer, songwriter and producer is unafraid to bare his mature soul.
The Awakening opens with “Be Great,” a piano led anthem urging you to strive for more than being mediocre. He snaps you into reality as he sings, “It’s time to shift the culture, move with focus / Rise above and lose the vultures.” Featuring a hot verse from rapper Chaz French, it sets the tone for what’s to come.
The bass-heavy “Don’t You Forget About Me” shows his determination to stay relevant no matter the time or space. On “O.I.L.” he is devoted to his lady, refusing to imagine his world without her. The chart-topping lead single, “Long Song Away” is a ballroom joint laced with smooth harmonies. Ross is not rushing the flow as he urges you to slow down and enjoy life and love. Highlighting one of the album’s themes is “Dream” a mid-tempo track on which his honey coated falsetto floats with ease. Fellas aiming to sway their lady will want to add “Don’t Go” to their playlist. It’s a whimsical, yet sensual jam that showcases Ross’ soothing vocal range.
In promotion of his brand new album Tremaine, Trey Songz swung by both Power 105 for an interview with “The Breakfast Club,” and Hot 97 to speak with Nessa.
During his chat with Envy, Charlamagne and Angela, the R&B star spoke about some songs off the project in detail, including his work with Rico Love and Poo Bear. He shared his feelings on being in a devoted relationship vs. being a playboy, spoke about the music videos correlating with the album, and his approach to releasing the music in today’s streaming world.
Aside from the album, and his love life, Trey talked about working with Drake early on and seeing something unique in him as an artist. He also revealed that he has a batch of unreleased records with Drizzy. He addressed the situation with Nicki Minaj and their back and forth on Twitter, saying she disrespected him. Additionally, Trey spoke about R&B thuggin’ early in the game, taking a different approach as an artist early on in his career.
During his chat with Nessa at Hot 97, the R&B heartthrob address some of the similar topics, but revealed his desire to still carry the torch for R&B music, and being the leader in today’s mainstream markets. He also spoke about his mother, wanting a family, and dancing with Sade!
Check out both interviews below.
Aye! This was unexpected!
Just after teaming up with Zayn on the new single “Still Got Time,” PARTYNEXTDOOR drops a surprise remix to Bruno Mars‘ hit single “That’s What I Like.”
Kicking off a revamped vibe to the retro-tinged smash hit, the Canadian native turns the Cadillac infused jam to a turnt-up party in the Hollywood Hills with sex, drugs and R&B.
“Tell me why, your panties still on girl? / When Ginuwine’s playing in the background,” sings Party, who later adds his own harmonies and adlibs under Bruno’s verses.
Check it out below.
Take a moment and escape into a world of soulful bliss!
More than a year after previewing the song for fans, Daley has finally released the studio version of his collaboration with Jill Scott, “Until The Pain Is Gone.”
The intoxicating duet is the first single from the UK crooner’s upcoming EP, which follows his acclaimed 2014 debut album, Days + Nights. Everything we love about Daley and Jill is experienced throughout this soul-stirring ballad that plays with our heartstrings in all the right ways.
“Try to see this through my eyes / ‘Cause you’re not the only one confused / In this world where love is prone to lose,” sings Daley. While Jilly from Philly responds to his requests to pursue real love, “Can you convince me? / Change my mind / We can leave all those demon days behind / Cause didn’t I mention, I have nothing but good intentions for you.”
The song hits close to home for Daley, “The song kind of came out of frustration I was feeling in a relationship,” he told Billboard. “The situation was going nowhere because we both weren’t really fully able to admit how we felt about each other and just be honest. And that situation didn’t really work out, but for the purposes of writing this song, I just kind of gave it a happy ending and idealized it a little bit.”
While writing the song, he felt Jill Scott would be the perfect collaborator on the record. “When I was in the studio writing the song, I just had a feeling, and I kept hearing Jill’s voice in the mix when I was writing. It was kind of strange, almost like it was asking for her energy.”
Fall in love with the infectious new duet below!
Thursday (March 23), marked the 13 anniversary of Usher‘s classic Diamond-selling album Confessions.
The album that many R&B fans herald as the last “classic” R&B album has inspired artists everywhere, and continues to do so. In a surprise move, soulful singer/songwriter BJ The Chicago Kid has released a mini EP in tribute to Usher’s pinnacle project.
Working with producers Jairus Mozee and Tubb Young to recreate three tracks, BJ covers the title song, along with a snippet of “Simple Things,” and a mashup of “Can U Handle It” and “Superstar.” The later being the longest and the clear standout. The Chicago native showcases a tender, soulful take on the two songs in a unique blend, and I don’t know if we can handle BJ’s stirring vocals! Too Good!
The two artists have a long-standing history as BJ use to serve as one of Usher’s background vocalists. During which a young BJ performed on “The Truth Tour,” the 2004 trek in support of Usher’s Confessions.
Stream his tribute to Usher below!