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Paperboy Fabe and Brent Faiyaz Connect on “Language”

After making his mark on GoldLink’s “Crew” single and releasing an EP with his new group Sonder, D.C. singer Brent Faiyaz now connects with producer Paperboy Fabe for the track, “Language”. Describing the final phases of a failing relationship, Faiyaz sings softly about the problems that ensue when his lover doesn’t understand his changing life. Eventually the two […]

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Listen to dvsn – Think About Me

OVO singer-production duo dvsn (nineteen85 and Daniel Daley) have returned with a new track by the name of “Think About Me”. Following a similar recipe to their 2016 debut SEPT. 5TH, “Think About Me” is a sensual and intimate track about lingering emotions between two lovers. Take a listen below.

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London Singer Ella Frank Shares Jazzy New Single, “Blue Jay”

London singer Ella Frank may be new on our radar but she has the earthy and rich voice of an old school blues singer. Frank’s latest release “Blue Jay” is a peaceful offering that finds her singing freely about meeting someone new. The song details all of the nuances and small curiosities that come with the […]

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Music Videos, Tracks

SZA Dismantles an Unhealthy Love on “Love Galore” with Travis Scott

SZA‘s gradually yet firmly asserting herself back into the R&B spotlight. The TDE powerhouse is running a precise and powerful drip campaign leading up to her new album, CTRL, which was originally slated for a February release but will be out “ridiculously soon” (TDE’s mysterious antics continue). Today, she releases the Travis Scott-assisted single, “Love Galore”, accompanied […]

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Premieres, Tracks

Premiere: YMTK Wants Your “Undivided” Attention

Los Angeles (by way of Oakland) rapper-singer YMTK kicks off his new three-part Zeeky Minaj series with the track “Undivided”, a smooth and nostalgic song about earning a woman’s undivided attention. Departing from last year’s All The Right Places, YMTK opts for a futuristic R&B sound on “Undivided”, using a combination of airy vocals and quick […]

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London’s ECKOES Pulls Inspiration from Maya Angelou on “Human”

London-based singer ECKOES takes a cue from Maya Angelou on her newest track “Human”, which includes a small excerpt at the start from Maya Angelou’s poem, ‘I Am Human’. The transformative song is a myriad of different genres blended into one powerful track, with a lingering vocal performance from ECKOES who projects a freeing tone in her […]

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Listen to “This Time” from Oakland Rapper Just Rese

Oakland emcee Just Rese shares a new track by the name of “This Time”, produced by Bay Area mainstay Wax Roof. The rapper uses honest round-about wordplay to explore his feelings about a complicated yet promising relationship. Nestled within vibraphone-led production, Just Rese uses the track’s nostalgic layers to deconstruct his own thoughts and arrive […]

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Music Videos

Kendrick Lamar Shares the Video for DAMN’s “DNA”

As if his Coachella performance wasn’t enough, Kendrick Lamar shares the official video for one of DAMN‘s many standout tracks, “DNA”. The video begins with acclaimed actor Don Cheadle, who eventually breaks out of character and turns into a rapper himself — possibly taking on one of Kendrick’s personas that he often alludes to. Watch Kung […]

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London Singer Cherée Gives Her Take on Love with “For Me”

London newcomer Cherée has been releasing songs over the last few months and adding her two cents to the landscape of love-driven content. The singer most recently shared her track “For Me”, which is a transformative R&B-electro ballad that describes a troubled relationship, accompanied by even more confusion. In “For Me”, Cherée has seemingly found […]

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Music Videos

Watch Toronto-Based Artist AIDA’s Retro “Let’s Ride” Video

Toronto by way of Montreal singer AIDA has shared the visuals for her light-hearted single, “Let’s Ride”. Described as “a party in musical form”, the talented French-born artist uses 80’s inspired backgrounds and fictional Miami scenes for a bit of nostalgia. Although the majority of the scenes are quite colorful and cheery, AIDA acts as a hired killer […]

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