Sevyn Streeter finally debuts the visual for her latest single, “It Won’t Stop,” now assisted by Chris Brown, who also co-directed the video. She debuts the video on BET’s 106 & Park. It features Portland Trail Blazers forward, Dorell Wright.
The track is lifted from Streeter’s upcoming EP, Call Me Crazy, But… The new EP will hit iTunes exclusively on November 5th and contains previous hits like “I Like It.”
Janelle Monáe and the Wondaland Arts Society premiere the new music video for her latest single, “Primetime,” featuring Miguel. This is the third “emotion picture” from Janelle’s second full-length LP, The Electric Lady, which is in stores now.
The clip was directed by Alan Ferguson, who has worked with Janelle before on previous projects, such has her visuals for “Many Moons,” and the Erykah Badu-assisted “Q.U.E.E.N.”
Don’t expect for the Cover Girl to let up. Janelle will hit the road soon on her Electric Lady tour, so be sure to check dates in your city!
Justin Timberlake scores his second #1 album this year with the second installment of his The 20/20 Experience series. It was already predicted that he would knock Drake out of the top spot last week with the follow-up to his March release.
The new album, appropriately titled 2 of 2 has sold 350,000 sold in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan, while it’s first installment sold 968,000 units in the first week, earning the best sales week of 2013.
Drake dropped to the #2 spot with Nothing Was the Same, selling 148,000 the second week around. Also to debut this week is Nelly with his new album, N.O., entering the chart at #14 and selling only 15,000 copies, marking the lowest debut of his career. Pretty sure he’s not concerned though, pulling in those Cheerio endorsement dollars!
Sevyn Streeter hits the beach in her new video for her latest single, “It Won’t Stop,” featuring her label head Chris Brown.
Check out some behind-the-scenes footage from the clip, which was co-directed by Chris Brown and features Portland Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright in his debut as Sevyn’s love interest.
In the clip, cameras catch up with Streeter and her mother as she films her second music video. Also, among the cast of characters is singer/songwriter Lonny Bereal and a host of others as they climax to a beach bonfire.
Model-turned-rapper Lola Monroe is gearing up to release her new mixtape, Lipstick & Pistols. Check out the DC native’s first single offering from the new set, “Band Up.”
The mixtape, set to drop October 23rd, features cameos from Christina Milian, Juicy J, Cassie, Azealia Banks, and father of her bouncing baby, Bad Boy signee Los.
Although never official signed to Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang, it was announced last month that Lola split ties with the label, where she toured with Wiz and other members just recently. It’ll be interesting to see where this mixtape lands the beauty in the coming year.
Originally recognized for her vocals and writing on Wale’s hit single, “Bad,” it was thought that Tiara Thomas was his artist.
The 24 year-old was quickly noticed by famed producer/songwriter, Rico Love, was immediately signed to his Division1 label and announced the release of her debut EP, Dear Sallie Mae.
The five-song EP has now been released on iTunes and serves as a prelude to Tiara’s debut album, which is presently untitled.
The singer/songwriter plans to release her debut album next year, but wanted to give fans and onlookers a taste of what’s to come with this new EP, which surprisingly does not include her solo version of the popular cut, “Bad.” If you haven’t heard it before, check out her latest track, “4Dolla Bill” after the jump!
As fans get more and more excited about the upcoming biopic of TLC on VH1, the T-Boz and Chilli release of their brand new song entitled “Meant To Be” comes at the perfect time.
The new record will be featured on their compilation album, 20, which includes 13 of the group’s biggest hits. It was penned by Ne-Yo and now serves as the theme song for CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, which premieres on VH1 on October 21st.
As R. Kelly gears up to release his latest album, Black Panties next month on November 11th, he releases more music from the upcoming album.
Check out the sexually explicit new track, “Cookie,” where R. Kelly leaves little to the imagination for his exploits in the bedroom. Black Panties is R. Kelly’s twelfth full-length studio LP. It’s very interesting how Kells finds a way to go in between making very “age appropriate” music to songs like this.