Liane V is ready to share another side of her artistry with the new single “Reasons,” produced by The MIDI Mafia & Mark Henry Productions, off her upcoming Untitled EP.
Written by Archie McKnight, the piano laden ballad tells the story of a girl confessing her love to her man. She admits that, “not even my friends have seen me like this before.”
“Growing up, I’ve always loved listening to ballads,” says Liane. “Compared to my previous releases this song gave me an opportunity to show a different side of me.”
Take a listen below:
Los Angeles based R&B/soul band The Internet, fronted by Syd and Matt Martians, follow up “Special Affair,” with the new song and accompanying music video, “Girl,” produced by Canadian DJ/producer Kaytranada.
The song, which is off the band’s upcoming album, Ego Death (due out 6/29 on Columbia Records), is a sultry slow burner that eases you into a trance only enabled by Syd’s buttery voice and the video’s trippy visuals.
Check it out below:
LaTocha, the former lead singer of the Xscape, finds inspiration in Ciara’s previous hit “Body Party,” and flips the sexy Mike Will Made It track into a sultry and sensual gem titled “Knee Deep,” off her forthcoming mixtape “TNTB” (Truth In The Booth).
LaTocha commended Ciara for keeping the sexy movement going, and for giving women a voice to express their sexual desires without being labeled as a freak. “Women should be able to express their passionate and personal desires with their man and be appreciated for it,” states LaTocha.
The new release is infused with familiar vocals from Xscape’s hit song “Tonight,” that LaTocha sings very seductively in her whispering voice. The steamy lyrics of a man going knee deep while making love, will make anyone want to grab their lover’s close.
Take a listen below and stay tuned for her upcoming mixtape.
North Carolina native Tyrand has returned with the brand new single “Forever Yours,” the first release off his forthcoming independent album My Time.
The veteran R&B crooner continues to cater to the grown and sexy lovers with his brand of authentic R&B love songs. Ready for wedding and anniversary playlists, take a listen to his smooth new single below:
It’s been 11 years since Teedra Moses released her classic debut album Complex Simplicity, and fans can’t wait for her official sophomore album Cognac & Conversation, which is finally going to be released on August 7.
As she continues to promote the forthcoming LP, the soulful songstress gives her supporters something to feast their eyes and ears on with an exclusive acoustic cover of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s 2013 cut “So Good At Being In Trouble.”
Filmed at Studio 504 in Miami for the UK’s Amaru Don TV, the singer delights with her velvety vocal and sultry cadences.
In addition, Teedra recently recorded a special interview video with Essence in anticipation of her performance at this year’s ESSENCE Music Festival. Being from New Orleans herself she spoke about her upbringing, shared some personal memories, and talked everything that is so special about being from New Orleans.
Watch Teedra’s special performance and interview below:
Grammy-nominated producer Scott Storch has been going through personal issues for quite a while, and those issues have led him to file for bankruptcy. But, while he attempts to pick up the pieces of his famed career and businesses, the fact remains he is still a super talented musician and producer.
Early Wednesday, TMZ reported some details behind his bankruptcy, which go as crazy to say he blew through $30 million just on drugs, but it was more like poor decisions fueled by drugs, a statement that really shouldn’t be news because Storch previously claimed this back in 2009 as well. However, the producer has been working, and he might have spilled the beans about a new album from one of R&B’s biggest stars.
Rihanna has no problem providing hit after hit for radio and the club. When you first heard her latest “Bitch Better Have My Money,” you might have cringed a little, but there was no denying it would shoot up the charts and rock clubs across the globe.
While she continues to build momentum for her anticipated eighth studio album, the Pop star gives fans a rare glimpse at her recording session for the trap styled hit, which took place between New York and Santa Barbara, California.
Go behind-the-scenes with Rihanna below:
Rayven Justice has the past in his rear view and he is letting his old bae know with the new turnt up single “Moved On” featuring Waka Flocka.
The Bay Area native teams up with producer Ciscortez for the bouncy heavy hitter, as he calls out for an annoying ex who won’t let him go.
If you got a straggler that you can’t shake loose, turn up your new anthem below: