Although she might not be giving the fans what they want in the form of new music, Beyoncé continues to keep her #BeyHive satisfied in the way of creating creative ways to provide new content.
She recently put a calendar on sale via her website, where you can carry Bey with you through each month of 2014. Rumored to be shots scrapped for promotion of her hotly anticipated, but presently unannounced fifth studio album, Beyoncé takes us behind the scenes of the photo session for the calendar, shot by Herring & Herring.
Fefe Dobson premieres the brand new visual for her first single, “Legacy,” from her forthcoming fourth studio LP, which is presently untitled.
In the Aaron A.-directed clip, Dobson finds herself admitted into a psyche ward, where the other patients and staff can’t see that her inner star is channeling some of the greats of the past and present, like Marilyn Monroe, Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse and of course, Michael Jackson. Her husband, rapper Yelawolf, also makes a cameo in the video.
Fefe’s fourth album will hit stores at the top of 2014. Check her out!
Back in May, Solange announced and revealed the launch of her record label, Saint Records, where she will release her own material, as well as house other artists.
Well, she hinted a little while back that she was working on a project that really showcased her love for R&B music, and dropped the news about the new project on her offical Instagram.
Saint Heron is a compilation album the houses new music from Solange herself, as well as some of the most progressive artists in the industry, some of which are the industry’s best kept secrets.
Saint Heron will feature tracks from Jhene Aiko, Cassie, India Shawn, Jade De La Fluer and more.
With Saint Heron I really wanted to celebrate and continue to cultivate the community for genre-defying R&B artists. I’ve personally connected with all of these extremely talented artists, and really excited for us to come together through the compilation as a new movement for music.
After lots of teasing and push-backs from the label, Azealia Banks finally premieres the visual for her Pharrell-produced and assisted single, “ATM Jam,” rolled out as the first official single for her debut album, Broke With Expensive Taste, which has yet to receive an official release date.
It’s been a while since the video has been filmed, but she finally brings us the visual today, after releasing a few behind the scenes shots for the Rony Alwin-directed visual.
Tamar Braxton gets sassy and slings her ponytail in the new Instagram-inspired video for “Hot Sugar,” the latest single from her sophomore album, Love & War. Originally, Tamar wanted the up-tempo track to be the lead single from the album, but was later traded in for a track that showed off her vocal chops.
Love & War is currently in stores now, and Tamar will hit the road with John Legend for his Made to Love tour. Check out Tamar and her gays in the clip above!
And we thought that after the “Pour It Up” video, Rihanna’s Unapologetic era was over!
But no. The pop starlet has released a new single from her seventh studio album, Unapologetic in the form of the track, “What Now,” which she already shot a video for in Thailand.
The pop track now gets a face-lift from RocNation’s own DJ Reflex, which fans have said is definitely ready for the club.
In addition, Rihanna has still be going hard for her Diamonds world tour, but has been rumored to have been working on her eighth studio album while out on the road.
Sammie recently made his transition to a different name, Leigh Bush and premiered the new track, “Dancer,” but now he’s released his brand new EP, The Leigh Bush Project, a five-track compilation, showcasing the latest material from the now grown-up R&B crooner.
All of the tracks on the new EP were co-written by Bush himself, with Songbook’s Troy Taylor helming most of the production for the project.
Grammy Award nominated producer/singer/songwriter Drew Scott decided to take a stab at his own artistry when he released his debut EP, Places I’ve Ever Been earlier this year. He commits completely to the title of “artist” when he drops the visual for his gorgeous track, “God of Vegas,” shot in Los Angeles. Check out the cinematic clip!