JRDN is all about dreams in “Live My Dream,” where he fantasizes about traveling the world, Beyonce, meeting Obama, and changing the world.
Toronto’s Divine Brown likes her bad boy in “Leave Him Alone,” which she just can’t seem to do.
Check out the remix to UK singer-songwriter Jessie Ware's "Wildest Moments," featuring A$AP Rocky. The track will appear on Ware's U.S. re-release of her UK debut album of Devotion
The continuous echoes emphasize the shaky hopes of developing a relationship that will last far beyond cuffing season.
As part of producer Danja’s “Throwback Track Thursday” series, Luke James jazzes up his fan favorite “I Want You” for the remix,
Roman Gianarthur is a true musician that has been working hard on stage winning over fans.
August Alsina loves the fact that his girl is an independent woman who works hard for her money, even if it is by unconventional means in “Get Ya Money,” a track sure to be on heavy rotation in gentleman’s clubs everywhere.
Jaymes Wolff is a Brooklyn breed performer that represents New York to the fullest. He mixes R&B, Pop, Rock, and Soul for this track, "Casino"...
"Ready Aim" is about hope and overcoming the oppositions of life. Mali Music's style is a healthy dose of flow and voice that works so well.
You may know her as the character Cat Valentine from the Nickelodeon show “Victorious,” but now Ariana Grande will be known as a chart-topper with her new single “The Way"
Q Parker taps rap veteran LL Cool J and R&B crooner Raheem Devaughn for the remix of his steamy single "Yes."
Livvi Franc rides a sped up version of Gina Thompson's "The Things You Do" track or ("Rock The Bells" if your nasty) for her new song "Knock Yourself Out."
As Jonathas preps "The Foreigner 2" mixtape for this summer, he releases a promo song where he has no problem boastfully detailing the reasons why his reputation as the “Man Around Town”...
Before it was remixed by Tony Williams, “Another You” was select as one of the most slept on songs from 2012.
The rich vocals is the focal point on this 70's crafted introduction from Boston soul singer Aisling Peartree.
It worked for Justin Timberlake when he sang “Cry Me A River" and Usher when he crooned “Confessions,” now Ashanti has her quasi biographic relationship single “Never Should Have.”
All hail “Who Do We Think We Are,” the rockin official first single ft. Rick Ross from John Legend’s Love In The Future.
Scottish R&B/Soul singer Emeli Sandé premieres new song "Here It Comes," the lead single from the soundtrack to Danny Boyle’s new movie ‘Trance’.
Canadian/Jamaican Kreesha Turner’s first single “Gimmie Dat,” from her upcoming third album, Evolution Inevitable, features Turner turned up in full attitude as she demands it all in an island accent.
The expectation of a man with a tough interior is dispelled on “Waiting.” Raphael Saadiq's protégé Adrain Marcel’s melancholy state is linked to the withdrawal of a sweetheart.
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