Ciara enlists B.o.B and boyfriend Future for the full ATL revamp of her hit “Body Party.”
Soul veterans Syleena Johnson and Musiq Soulchild get sensual on the reggae-vibed track, "Feel The Fire," the first single from their forthcoming collaborative album, 9INE.
Singer & Grammy nominated-songwriter Kenyon Dixon exudes heavy chemistry with Alex Isley on the intimate tune “All The Way.”
"Victorious" is a new unreleased track from Estelle and Common, leaked by the rapper himself.
Newcomer Renzo wants to take control on his new single "Let's Roll."
Jared Evans found a method to compose Boom Bap-Blues on The Devil Wears Prada.
A confirmation is necessary to grow as a couple because who wants to realize it was a one sided story.
Jeremih has found his zone with the hypnotic electric production he created on his latest records.
Kelly Rowland’s new single airs out the “Dirty Laundry,” bringing the real, and taking no prisoners.
There is a first for everything and "Sugar Maple" is that for SuCh, being that it's the first song she has ever recorded in a professional studio.
Bobby V whips out the live band sound for the romantic, jazzy single “Back To Love.”
As Solange works on new music for later this year, she releases “Looks Good With Trouble” from her EP True, this version with a special feature from Kendrick Lamar on the soothing track.
Jarell Perry puts his appreciation for his fans into action by offering a free download of “Worst Enemy.”
Rising UK talent Phoenix Martins emerges on the scene with the soothing ballad “Heartstrings,” an emotional song about when those initial feelings of love overtake you.
Who or what is Venus/Mars? They are a duo consisting of vocalist Brooke Taylor and producer THX that formed a partnership to create the iHuman album.
Perfect for Mother’s Day, Timbaland’s protégé Lyrica Anderson drops “Appreciate,” a song of appreciation for mothers or anyone who’s been a positive, motivating force in our lives.
“Work It Out” is all about endurance and perseverance in the midst of the difficulties of life and relationships.
The exaggerated keyboard stroke, coupled with the sample of Ghost Town DJ’s “My Boo,” creates a laid back vibe on All I Need.
Justin Ruff twists himself into a medical remedy as he prescribes Elevated to set souls on fire.
The self-contain artist, Marian Mereba, produced Magic Words, a cut filled with acoustic rhythm from Room For Living EP.
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