The action is continous with a nice plot twist to lose the law and an infectious hook that is sure to have the streets jumping this summer.
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Fresh off winning a NAACP Image Award & Stellar Award for his work on theGreenleaf Season 2 Soundtrack; Sean C. Johnson releases “Days Like This” an album Sean calls his most important project to date. Far too often we ignore our emotions and disregard our humanity. But God is close to the brokenhearted (Psalms 34:18), especially on DAYS LIKE THIS. –Seancjohnson.com
Rashon drops a visual to his title track off of his ‘More Than Music’ EP, which is an ode to the lyrics of the names of love songs written by Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, Louis Armstrong, Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis, and other Jazz greats. I will be adding this song to my playlist of love songs, Rashon does a great job of delivering passion and expressing vulnerability on this track. Currently, he and his band are preparing to tour this summer so find out more about him here:
Will SEX or LOVE win when Charlie finds love in a very uncustomary way? Come share Charlie’s journey, while peeking in on her exciting and intimate liaisons, as she attempts to figure out what love means to her, and her unconventional approach to accepting it. Parlons Café (And the Journey Through a Transcendental Love),” …is the story of Charlise (Charlie) Langston. An entrepreneur whose answer to disconnecting from social media, is a café where people can socially intermingle in a live environment (as opposed to a virtual environment), and have real live conversations again. Parlons is French for ‘Let’s Talk’, an intentional and apropos name for the café that Charlise created. Parlons is also a story of female empowerment and sexual freedom, while journeying through an unconventional path of learning to love again. Charlie is an independent thinker, with anti-societal views, non-religious convictions, unbridled passion, cyber-sexual inclinations, with a struggle to balance her moral compass.
Zariya who is a 14 year-old vocal phenom from Tampa, FL. releases her Debut Single “Let It Go” which was produced by the duo E. Crandle & A. Rogers (Chris Brown,Tyga) and co-written by Balewa Muhammad (Ciara, Brittney Spears). Zariya is an amazing talent who is also a songwriter, dancer and actress. She reminds me of no one, she has an original flavor and I believe her vocal talents are just scratching the surfaces of her capabilities. Be on the look out for this young lady in the entertainment business, I feel she has the “it” factor and will be an all time great, when it’s all said and done!!!
– Zech Wilson “INfamous 6ixx”
Fed Up Remix by Layton Greene. The viral sensation and rising star releases her 2nd single. This song features a cover of fed up by derez deshon, mixed with original lyrics by Layton Greene. Producer G-Styles offers the perfect soundtrack, based on Ray J’s one wish, that brings an updated feel to the track. Enjoy. – L.G.
Yung Bleu Investments 4 Yung Bleu – Back Then Yung Bleu – Be Like That Yung Bleu – Call Me Daddy Yung Bleu – Do Or Die Yung Bleu – Enemy Lines (Interlude) Yung Bleu – Fight For Me Yung Bleu – First Feat. NBA Youngboy Yung Bleu – Fuck The Streets Up Yung Bleu – Legendary Yung Bleu – Mean Machine (Feat. Shad Levi) Yung Bleu – On The Line Yung Bleu – Play Time Yung Bleu – Too Many Friends Yung Bleu – True To The Game Yung Bleu – Watch My Drip
I came across this video from B.I.G. J. The Frothymain, I know when he sends me a link with no title or info, I gotta prepare myself to be floored. This definitely floored me, Yebba has such a airy soulful warm voice, absolutely was impressed. Her name is Abbey so that’s Yebba backwards, which was cool to me but I’ll be following up to check out more of her music like this newly released single ‘Evergreen’ that you can check out below. Stay looking out for the songstress Yebba!!!
Artist: YEBBA http://www.facebook.com/YebbaSmith
Listen to YEBBA’s new single ‘Evergreen’ here: http://listen.platoon.ai/evergreen
Filmed by: Emily Wong, Tim Toda, & Joyce Zhao Edited by: Joyce Zhao