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Before getting known as Noah Brooks on Fox’s hit tv show Star Luke James was first known for his powerful smooth voice and sexy ballads. Now he’s back again with his new single These Arms.

Speaking about the song, Luke tells Billboard: “In life, as I am learning and loving people, I find that trust in vulnerability. I find that [vulnerability] to be something questionable and hard to do. You just never know what someone is thinking. I guess ‘These Arms’ is a song of reassurance. You know?”

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Maroon 5 confirmed the rumors of their new single Girls Like You featuring Cardi B will be dropping soon. Showing their love for women everywhere the new visual features cameo’s from some of Hollywood’s big named females such as Ellen DeGeneres, Tiffany Haddish, Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Camila Cabello and Sarah Silverman. Check out the new video below.

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Just one month away until the 2018 BET awards air’s live on T.V, the first round of performers have been listed. In a annoucemnet mader yesterday via twitter, Nicki Minaj, Migos, Ella Mai and H.E.R. and Janelle Monáe lead off this years list of performers.

Hosted by Jamie Foxx the 2018 BET awards takes place Sunday, June 24 at 8 p.m EST live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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Cardi B is not letting her pregnancy keep her down, just after releasing her video for Be Careful and appearing in J.Lo’s new video for Dinero. The Brox rapper returns again this week with her official video “I like It” featuring Bad Bunny, & J Balvin.

Just in time for the summer, the bilingual bop shows Cardi rocking colorful outfits, as she and her collaborators, J Balvin and Bad Bunny, throw a dance party that starts in the club and spills into the streets.

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Music has a new artist bubbling on the scene and her name is Janine The Machine. Hailing from Detroit, MI, Janine recently released her debut EP High Places produced by Tricky Stewart. We recently caught up with JTM as she talked about her start in music, being signed to Tricky Stewart’s RedZone Entertainment and more.

YMMW: You recently released your debut EP High Places, as a new artist what does this EP mean to you and what will new fans learn most about you after listening to High Places?

JTM: High Places is my introduction to the world! I love it because it shows so many different sides of my personality. Women are complex…multifaceted. We’re not just the sexy girl or the tomboy, or the boss chick…we can be all three. There are like 5 personalities inside me at any given time, so on this project, I really got to be myself and let all those characters out! I want new fans to know that I am authentic. I write my own songs so when you hear my music, you’re really hearing me.

YMMW: Not only are you a singer but you also own the studio from writing, engineering, and mixing your own vocals. With having those skills do you feel they have helped you better craft your own sound as a new artist and knowing what you want when collaborating with other producers and artists?

JTM: Absolutely! If you don’t take control of your life, someone else will do it for you. That applies to music as well. You have to be the master of your sound.

YMMW: You’re also signed with Tricky Stewart’s imprint RedZone Entertainment. How did you guys meet and what was it like working someone who’s produced songs with big names such as Rihanna, Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, work with you on your debut EP.

JTM: Working with Tricky is amazing! We met through my good friend Raja Kumari. Raja’s a really dope artist signed to Epic. I flew to Atlanta to write with her for her project…that’s where I met Tricky. We immediately connected on a musical level and next on a business level- which is why we decided to create a partnership!

YMMW: High Places has a lot of summertime bops on it such as Origami, Classy, Manana, and Gully. Which song would you say is your favorite from your debut EP.

JTM: All of them are my favorites! They’re like my babies…you wouldn’t choose one kid over the other, would you? I’m kidding! I think I have a different favorite depending on the mood I’m in. I’ve been playing “Origami” a lot lately.

YMMW: A few weeks ago, you released the video for Manana, can fans expect to see any more videos coming out soon? If not which song from your debut EP would you love to make a video for?

JTM: I’m creating a visual for every song from the project. I have so many cool ideas swirling around in my head, I can’t wait to share them with the world!

YMMW: Now that your debut EP is out, what else can we expect to see and hear from Janine The Machine in the future?

JTM: You can expect creativity and innovation…but most of all, you can expect greatness!

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After months of fueling excitement and anticipation, Jessie J annoucned that her new  four-part album  R.O.S.E.

“Its crazy that its been 4 years since I released new music.”  Jessie J says about upcoming release, “I have done so much growing in the last few years. You can hear it in the music, the songs on R.O.S.E. are simply me singing my diary in a melody. I am so grateful and happy that anyone who has been waiting for this record in full will finally have it.”

The schedule is as follows: R.O.S.E. (Realisations) out May 22, R.O.S.E (Obsessions) out May 23, R.O.S.E. ( Sex) out May 24, and R.O.S.E. (Empowerment) out May 25.

Additionally, to announcing her new album, Jessie J also shared the visual for her latest single “Queen.” On the track, her delivery practically chills, stretching from vulnerable verses into a seismic refrain befitting of its crucial message. The empowering lyrics, “I love my body, I love my skin, I am a goddess, I am a queen.”

Jessie J comments on the songs powerful message, “The song QUEEN is so much bigger than me. The message it carries and the power the message has, has the potential to live on forever. I truly want as many women around the world to hear the song. To feel the lyric, to believe them, and to sing them OUT LOUD!!

R.O.S.E. TRACKLISTINGS –

R.O.S.E. (Realisations) 
OH LORD (Interlude)
THINK ABOUT THAT
DOPAMINE
EASY ON ME

R.O.S.E. (Obsessions) 
REAL DEAL
PETTY
NOT MY EX
FOUR LETTER WORD

R.O.S.E (Sex) 
QUEEN
ONE NIGHT LOVER
DANGEROUS
PLAY

R.O.S.E (Empowerment) 
GLORY
ROSE CHALLENGE (Interlude)
SOMEONE’S LADY
I BELIEVE IN LOVE

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Just one week after teasing new videos, Cardi B unleashed her kill bill inspired video for Be Careful. Directed by Jora Frantzis, the Bronx rapper shows what will happens when you mess with her heart.

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Janet Jackson made history again during the Billboard Music Awards as the first black woman to receive the Icon Award during last night show in Las Vegas. After being introduced by Bruno Mars, the music Icon hit the stage to perform her hit song Nasty. The fun didn’t stop there as Janet and her dancers lead into a quick dance breakdown of “If” before closing out the show with her 1993 hit Throb.

After giving us a little of what we can expect on tour, Janet accepted the Icon Award and delivered a powerful speech. “My prayer is that weary of such noise, we turn back to the source of all calmness. That source is God. Everything we lack, God has in abundance. Compassion, sensitivity, patience, and a boundless love.