Twin duo Nicole and Natalie drop another one since "Overtime" back in December, this one called “Stoners,” appropriately just before the smoker's holiday
The pop icon issues the straight to iTunes record "The Breakdown," a classic-feeling ballad done only the way Prince can do it as he croons about the aches from a past lover.
Teyana keeps hope alive for her debut GOOD Music LP by dropping the song "Sorry" about an ended relationship, showing her vocal prowess and runs on the emotional piano ballad.
Nothing like being with someone whose presence is like a refreshing late-night dip. This is Australian songstress Vanessa Elisha’s sensual ode to being with her lover.
Former Danity Kane member D. Woods may be solo, but she has a message for those who thought she would give up on "Call It Quits."
Grammy-winning Cocaine 80's singer James Fauntleroy adds to his String Theory acoustic collection via this Tumblr page with this one called "CPR."
From guitarist veteran Carlos Santana's upcoming album Corazon, comes the collab with Miguel called "Indy."
On "Money Don't Change Me," produced by Boi-1da, the "Bad" hitmaker spotlights the people around her, and how her new situation has changed them.
Using the classic song "Get It Together," by 90s female R&B trio 702, Anderson entices her man -- "You freakin' on me, me freakin' on you / Tell me what it’s gonna be, cause I know you want it"
Twenty-four year old crooner Super Jay is representing Oklahoma with his single "Yo Body," a The Fam-produced jam, which has hella throwback vibes.
Kindred The Family Soul sets the stage for their forthcoming album, A Couple Friends, with the release of their brand new single "Everybody's Hustlin'".
Masspike Miles gave us something for the ladies with Skky Miles 3: #BlocksNBedrooms in December, now he releases this Fred The Godson-assisted track "The Struggle Is Real."
James drops this ambient "Beautiful People" on which her voice ranges from her gritty lower register, which mimics the ominous bass line, to soaring highs
In her brand new single "Walk It Out," produced by and featuring Timbaland, and penned by Lyrica Anderson, the Grammy and Oscar winner makes a statement about what she wants from a flirting beau
Who says chivalry is dead? NCredible Entertainment / Island Def Jam artist Aaron Fresh plays a gentleman on the laid–back groove "Sunrise"
Pharrell is contributing his own solo ditty to The Amazing Spiderman 2 soundtrack called "Here," a love ballad perfect for the tunes that begin to play during one of the upcoming film’s sentimental love scenes.
Originally found on The Product II mixtape, August Alsina adds rapper Fabolous to the lovey, strip-club anthem "Get Ya Money"
This carefree one is called "Out The Game," in which she wants to be taken off the dating market and be completely committed to the one who's "got her feeling alive."
South Side of Chicago budding R&B singer Chris James taps Chiraq native, rapper Chief Keef, for an official remix of his latest single "Headgames."
Per usual, Elle lets her wailing vocals soar and lyrics tell a vivid story on this emotional song, which is about masking her pain.