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Mýa – Ready For Whatever [Audio]

Posted on September 24, 2017

After serving you with the 2016 Grammy nominated traditional R&B album "Smoove Jones," Grammy Award winning recording artist Mýa returns with a contemporary R&B song titled "Ready For Whatever" to kick off Libra season.

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Nikki Lynette – Manic Pixie Dream Girl [Album Stream]

Posted on September 24, 2017

"Manic Pixie Dream Girl" is Nikki Lynette’s first full album release since 2011, as well as the first installment in a 3 part series entitled "Happy Songs About Unhappy Things". While the funky pop project screams sass and brash, it is the first in a three part body of work that includes music, visual art, and a short film detailing the experience of being driven to a dark place and finding your way back from it. “I’m releasing it in September because it’s the anniversary of when I tried to kill myself,” Lynette explains. “I didn’t think I’d live to release new music. So it makes sense to kick off the project at a tie that means something to me.” Most of the project was produced by Lynette herself, alongside her long time collaborator Matt Hennessy, with the opening track being helmed by Da Internz. In this project we see Lynette stretching out her skills as a songwriter, walking the listener through the experience of playing a role dictated to her by someone else while simultaneously pushing back against it. “I got really good at writing when I was doing all those writing camps for Warner and Atlantic and BMG Chrysalis in New York,” she explains. “Just being in an environment like that, with all those talented people, it makes it so you get really good at saying exactly what you mean in a song.” The release dates for the next two installments in the three part series, Chronicles of a Crazy “B!+ ¢#” and The Suicide Bridge have not yet been set.

N.O.R.E. Joins Everyday Struggle For Epic Rap Stories, Best Rap Duos, Podcast Revolution + More [Video]

Posted on September 24, 2017

On today's #EverydayStruggle, legendary hip-hop artist Norega joins DJ Akademiks and Nadeska to talk all things rap, including some epic stories, the best duos in history, the podcast revolution in hip-hop, and more.

Fergie – Like It Ain’t Nuttin’ [Video]

Posted on September 24, 2017

"Double Dutchess" out now.

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Deniro Farrar – Richer [Video]

Posted on September 24, 2017

Deniro Farrar is back with a new song and viusal, "Richer". Shot by Kosmic Shots. Watch above.

Snoop Dogg feat. Too Short – Toss It [Video]

Posted on September 23, 2017

Snoop drops a visual for "Toss It" from his "Neva Left" album. Watch the clip above.

112 – Dangerous Games [Video]

Posted on September 23, 2017

Platinum-selling, Grammy-winning R&B group 112 (Q, Mike, Slim and Daron) play with a full deck on their sexy new single, "Dangerous Games", available via iTunes and across digital music platforms. This soulful, synth-laden single marks the first official release from the group's highly anticipated album, "Q Mike Slim Daron", due later this fall on Entertainment One.

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Moses Sumney – Aromanticism [Album Stream]

Posted on September 23, 2017

Since emerging onto the scene in 2014, Moses Sumney has ridden a wave of word-of-mouth praise, hushed recordings, and dynamic live performances. It's an organic, patient ascent all too rare in today's musical climate. In a voice both mellifluous and haunting, Sumney makes future music that transmogrifies classic tropes, like moon-colony choir reinterpretations of old jazz gems. His vocals narrate a personal journey through universal loneliness atop otherworldly compositional backdrops. Following the self-release of his debut cassette EP, "Mid-City Island", and 2015's 7", "Seeds/Pleas", Sumney has performed around the world alongside forebears like David Byrne, Karen O, Sufjan Stevens, Solange, James Blake and more. With his 2016 Lamentations EP, "The California" and Ghana-raised troubadour widened the spectrum of his heretofore "bedroom" music, incorporating songs that feature more elaborate production and evocative songwriting. Now his inspired ascent continues. His proper debut album, "Aromanticism" is a concept album about lovelessness as a sonic dreamscape. It seeks to interrogate the social constructions around romance. The debut will include the devastating, billowing synths of "Doomed", which in a way serves as the album’s thesis statement, as well as new versions of standouts "Lonely World" and "Plastic". It’s a deliberate, jaw-dropping statement that can leave you both enlightened and empty.