You may not have heard of Whitney Wrightjust yet, but the Houston native is determined to change all that with the release of her song, “Half On A Heart”. Written and produced by two-time Grammy nominated songwriter/producer Druski and Carla Carter, the song finds Wright begging her lover to give his all or nothing at all when it comes to the game of love. “Half On A Heart” comes from Whitney’s…
ScHoolboy Q’s new album bumps Frozen from No. 1.
The rapper’s major-label debut, “Oxymoron,” enters the Billboard 200 at No. 1 this week. The set sold 139,000 copies in the week ending March 2, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
“Oxymoron” is the first album in ScHoolboy Q’s joint-venture deal with Top Dawg Entertainment and Interscope Records. It’s also the first number one album for TDE, which…
Jennifer Lopez goes back to the block for her new single “I Luh You Papi” featuring French Montana.
“I put it down for a brother like you, give it to you right in the car that’s you,” she sing-raps on the Detail-produced tune.
According to reports, J.Lo recently shot a video for the song in Miami with director Jessy Terrero. She’s also recorded two additional versions featuring Big Sean and Tyga.
Kelis takes you inside her closet in a new feature story for The Coveteur. The singer, songwriter and chef allows the magazine exclusive access to “woman cave” and talks about her upcoming sixth studio album “FOOD.” You can get a taste of Kelis’ closet in the gallery below.
Due April 22 via UK indie label Ninja Tune, “FOOD” will feature more classic R&B/Soul and move away from the electro-dance experience of her last album, 2010′s “Flesh Tone.”
“The whole thing is recorded live,” Kelis said. “It’s like a 13-piece band. Horn section and strings, it’s a different thing that I always wanted to do.”
In addition to the new album, the Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef recently starred in a new Cooking Channel special, “Saucy & Sweet.” Watch the full episode here.Hot Shots: Inside Kelis’ Closet with The Coveteur Kelis takes you inside her closet in a new feature story for The Coveteur. The singer, songwriter and chef allows the magazine exclusive access to “woman cave” and talks about her upcoming sixth studio album “FOOD.” You can get a taste of Kelis’ closet in the gallery below.
Fresh off of her sparkling tribute to the 75th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz” at the Academy Awards, Pink has inked a new worldwide, multi-album deal with RCA Records, the singer and record label announced this week.
“I am super duper excited to continue onwards and upwards with RCA and my team there,” the 34-year-old singer, born Alecia Moore, said in a statement Tuesday (March 4).
RING THE ALARM! Elle Varner’s fairy tale turns into a nightmare on “Cold Case,” a new track (and possible lead single) from her upcoming sophomore album. The “Refill” singer doesn’t mince words on the brooding track, which premeired on Soundcloud earlier today (Mar. 5).
“She ain’t got nothing on me/Could it be her?/Or maybe you’re stupid enough/I’m not sure,” sings a fed-up Elle.
Chris Brown may be prepping for another 90-day stint in rehab, but that isn’t stopping him from releasing new music. The 24-year-old singer joins forces withRick Ross on “New Flame,” a new bouncy track that hit the web on Wednesday.
Looking for love in the club, Breezy sings, “Baby try a new thing, and let’s spark a new flame.”
“New Flame” won’t win any awards for breaking the mold, but it’s…
Janelle Monáe is headed to the silver screen. The “Electric Lady” lends her voice to the upcoming animated movie RIO 2 and its soundtrack on “What Is Love,” the film’s official theme.
“What is love if it’s not with you/ I know when you’re alone you feel it too/ In your arms is where I long to be/ Because being with you gives me sanity,” she sings on the groovy tune.
Monáe plays a veterinarian in…
The wait is over. Jarell Perry’s highly anticipated “White” EP has arrived. Stream below.
The talented singer-songwriter recently wrapped a winter tour with Yuna and is gearing up to play a set during SXSW on March…
T-Pain might have lost his crown as the King of Auto-Tune a few years ago, but in recent months he’s been slowly building a comeback. As he gears up for his new album, the hitmaker will embark on his “I Am T-Pain” North American tour.
The trek will play 34 cities beginning on March 6 in Sacramento and travel to Seattle, Vancouver, Chicago, Phoenix, and Las Vegas before wrapping in San Angelo, TX…