India.Arie's gift of song allows people to be transparent with their own ego then move forward with a rejuvenated spirit of self worth.
The Batman of Immature has grown into a confident gentleman with an open mind. Sometimes people run from the best situation because of dismay within their self.
Along with “Happy,” Pharell lends another optimistic ditty to the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack with “Just A Cloud Away.”
"On My Way" could very well could be the male version of Aaliyah’s “Come Over”...but instead of asking, the men assert that they’re already en route.
"Maneater" is the debut single from new comer Eric Zayne. On the funky, soulful record, the singer-songwriter craves a female insisting, "She's got all that you want... All that you need."
When it seems like the affection is leaking out the relationship, it appears it may be “The End of The Road.”
With tribal drums and epic strings fitting for a film score, Legend croons about having found the perfect one with whom he was “made to love.”
Jarvis' new single "This Ain’t What You Want" lays it all out on the table for the new girl...
Mayer Hawthorne is lucky, if not special, that his Father's Day gift "Reach Out Richard" is produced by Pharrell Williams.
"Skip A Beat" can make you two step; the bubbly combination of producer Grand Staff and Baiyu reminds us of catching love butterflies.
Kellz jumps on the remix (which debuted on Power 105), and lets haters know “Ain’t nobody got time for that..."
Colorful teen sensations the OMG Girlz ride out with their boos on the carefee, reggae summer jam "Ridin' Slow."
Prince taps sonsgtress Ledisi for a soulful and funky marriage on "Ain't Gonna Miss U When U're Gone."
Ne-Yo jumps on remix #2 to Ciara's "Body Party" and adds his flavor, literally, turning the body party into a “dinner party.”
Longtime collaborators/partners Dawn Richard and Druski join forces for the brand new offering "Skywalker."
B Smyth follows up his 2 Chainz-assisted offering "Leggo" with "Win Win," featuring hit-maker Future.
Joe and Fat Joe have matured since dropping their duet "I'm Not a Player."
A new song has surfaced from the Groove Theory singer in the form of “Afraid,” a breezy joint for summer about being so discombobulated by new love.
I will save you time on guessing what WDYTYA means. Emerson Brooks' new acronym is for "Who Do You Think You Are?"
Jeremih remixed Young Jeezy's "RIP," but left the tough talking to Jeezy
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