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Gallant is kicking off his 2021 right, after parting ways with his label Warner Records, Gallant wasted no time with putting out new music. Today the Maryland native dropped his first independent track titled “Comeback,” the new song is set to appear on Gallant’s upcoming EP titled Neptune.

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Asiahn has blessed us with a lot of music in the past two years, after recently signing to Motown, the singer/songwriter put out the singles “Gucci Frames” and “Get Away.” Recently Asiahn announced that she is taking a little break from her Love Train EP series to focus on something else. Just yesterday Asiahn released her new EP, The Interlude.

“It’s important that as an artist I not only sing about love,” Asiahn said of the project. “There’s more to life than just being in a relationship and falling in and out of love with others, we also have to fall in love with ourselves and discover what we like and don’t like, explore our sexuality, get drunk and have fun! We have to live!”

The Interlude is a celebration of growth for the up and coming singer, both as an artist and as a person. Through themes of self-discovery and exploration. “At the end of the day, my music is my identity,” she said of her solo work. “And I can’t expect anyone else to know what I want to say and how I want to say it. I’m the best person to tell my own stories.”

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While singer/songwriter NAO continues to work on her new album, the London born singer returns with another new track, this time linking up with Nigerian artist Adekunle Gold for their collaborative song titled “Antidote.”

“Antidote” is the remedy to 2020; it’s a song born out of lockdown which was something that affected everybody’s lives all over the world. Both Adekunle and I had daughters born weeks apart during this time, they lifted our vibrations and we wanted to share that good energy with the rest of the world. Said NAO before releasing the song.

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Jazmine Sullivan is back! After a 6 year wait, the Philly singer/songwriter is finally back with her new project Heaux Tales. Jazmine kicked off her new era when she released the soulful track “Lost One” and then followed up with “Pick Up Your Feelings.”

The 14 track EP also features guest appearances from Anderson .Paak, Ari Lennox, and H.E.R.

“Heaux Tales is about my observation of today’s women standing in their power and owning who they are,” explained Jazmine. “No longer is male patriarchy dictating what it means to be a ‘good girl.’ The truth is, women of all ages have been called a ‘heaux’ at some point in life, whether deserved or not, by some man trying to put us in our place; a place designed to keep us under control, out of the way and usually beneath them.” Stream the new EP below.

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This Friday Jazmine Sullivan will release her highly anticipated album Heaux Tales. Ahead of the it’s release, Jazmine has unleashed another track from her upcoming LP. Teaming up with H.E.R., Jazmine has dropped her new single “Girl Like Me.

“Heaux Tales is about my observation of today’s women standing in their power and owning who they are,” explained Jazmine. “No longer is male patriarchy dictating what it means to be a ‘good girl.’ The truth is, women of all ages have been called a ‘heaux’ at some point in life, whether deserved or not, by some man trying to put us in our place; a place designed to keep us under control, out of the way and usually beneath them.”

With the arrival of the new single, Jazmine has also unleashed the official track list.

Heaux Tales Tracklist

1. “Bodies (Intro)”
2. “Antoinette’s Tale”
3. “Pick Up Your Feelings”
4. “Ari’s Tale”
5. “Put It Down”
6. “On It” (feat. Ari Lennox)
7. “Donna’s Tale”
8. “Pricetags” (feat. Anderson .Paak)
9. “Rashida’s Tale”
10. “Lost One”
11. “Precious’ Tale”
12. “The Other SIde”
13. “Amanda’s Tale”
14. “Girl Like Me” (feat. H.E.R.)

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This past Friday SZA dropped a Christmas present for her fans, she finally released the highly anticipated track Good Day’s which was included as the outro track to her “Hit Different” video. Hopefully an announcement of her new album will be coming soon. Until then check out track below.

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London songstress Tiana Major9 has been making her name known for this last couple of months, even earning her a GRAMMY GRAMMY nomination for “Collide” in the category “Best R&B Song.” This past Summer Tiana dropped her EP Sixes and Sevens when explaining her EP title earlier this year, Tiana Major9 said, “To be at Sixes and Sevens means to be at a state of total confusion…Love is confusing.”

This past week Tiana did something special for her fans as she gave a live acoustic performance for every song on her EP and released an EP to follow up with it as well titled Back At Sixes and Sevens. Check out the live performance below.

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Back in April OVO duo DVSN dropped their third album A Muse In Her Feelings, with guest appearances from Future, Summer Walker, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Snoh Aalegra, and more. As cuffing season approaches DVSN drop their new single “Blessings.”

The new single is set to appear on the upcoming deluxe edition of A Muse In Her Feelings, titled Amusing Her Feelings. The project is due in January featuring four new songs. Check out the new song below.

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GRAMMY Award-winning, multi platinum singer, songwriter, producer and actor, Anthony Hamilton makes an important statement with his new single “Mercy” feat. Tamika D. Mallory. In a fiery, yet uplifting opening speech, activist, visionary, and generational voice Tamika D. Mallory declares, “You don’t want pity, but you damn sure deserve a little mercy!” Anthony responds with soulful verses over soft piano and a steady beat as he pleads, “Have a little mercy,” on the powerful and poetic refrain. Together, they deliver the perfect combination of art and activism on a timely and timeless anthem.

When speaking about his new single, he comments, “I wrote ‘Mercy’ almost a year ago. I wanted to use my ‘man voice.’ It sounds like a guy who is in an honest and vulnerable—but not weak—stance. Have a moment of mercy for the man telling the story, going through life, and facing these changes. It just so happened that with the pandemic and racial injustice, things started looking like the past. It was like the sixties were happening once more. We’re going into racial division. Black men are being killed. I’m asking, ‘Will we be an endangered species? Will we be attacked for the rest of our lives?’ Damn, we’ve been through enough already. At the end of the song, it mentions these days won’t last for long. There’s always a moment when it turns around for good. This is a song for every man—not just men of color—but any man who’s ever struggled, had the needs of his family on his back, and the pressure to make it happen day-to-day.”