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Last Summer Lyrica Anderson unveiled her new album Bad Hair Day, giving us the songs Act A fool, Plot Twist, and Girls have Fun. Today the singer/songwriter breathes new life into her album as she released the video for “Notice Me,” and “Brain.”

Directed by Lyrica herself, she explained the vision for her new visual.

“I feel at one point or another every person can relate to feeling unappreciated and pushed away by the person that they love the most when in reality, some don’t realize that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. You can easily be gone and find your happiness elsewhere. That is the message I wanted to capture. This is the first video that I directed and I’m extremely grateful to partner with RIV Music to bring my vision to life.”

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Just one week after releasing his new single, Tank has returned with the official video for “Can’t Let it Show.” The new clip directed by TAJ Tank while Tank begs and pleads to his leading lady P-Valley’s Brandee Evans as Tank’s soon-to-be-former love interest. Check out the emotionally charged visual below.

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Sister duo Chole and Halle have had a great 2020 with the release of their sophomore album and impressive performances last year, the two continue to keep the momentum going into 2021 as Chole and Halle unleash their new video for Ungodly Hour.

Directed by Alfred Marroquín, the duo in shiny blue bodysuits, hooked up to machinery and fluorescent lights. They’re later accompanied by backup dancers as they swim and balance candelabras on their heads. Check out the new video below.

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With a baby on the way Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, Victoria Monét keeps her creativity going as she drops her new video ‘F.U.C.K. (Friend You Can Keep),’ written by Victoria and produced by longtime collaborator D’Mile.

In the new clip Monét pays homage to the femme fatale, the cinematic visual portrays Monét and “her co-star Tanerélle as badass women doing whatever that makes them feel liberated. Check out the clip below.

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Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby team up once again this time for the official video ‘Cry Baby.’ Directed by Colin Tilley the two transform into live toys who come to life when nobody’s watching. “Cry Baby” is the third visual from Megan’s debut album Good News, which was recently certified gold. Check out the video below.

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Back in November Kirby dropped her new single Superpower featuring D.Smoke. Today the two return with the official video with a meaningful message. While the clip shows the two attending an outdoor funeral.

As the video comes to an end, a dedication flashes across the screen. “This video is dedicated to the Foxx Family and anyone who’s lost a loved one to gun violence.” Check out the new video below.

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After one week after appearing on Verzuz with Keyshia Cole, singer/songwriter Ashanti did not make her fans wait too much longer to see the video for her new single ‘2:35 (I Want You).’

In the new clip, Ashanti flaunts her sexiness as she pulls up to her man’s house wearing nothing but lingerie underneath her trench coat. Things get hot and heavy as the two go upstairs making love to him under the moonlight. Thursday’s Verzuz battle with Keyshia Cole, brought in big numbers as the ladies set an Instagram record with over 6 million viewers.

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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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Last night the Billboard Women in Music event aired virtual yesterday hosted by Teyana Taylor. Sister’s Chole X Halle received the Rising Star Award presented to them by Beyonce. After getting the Rising Star award, Chole X Halle performed their single Baby girl.

Earlier this week, the sisters also appeared on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert, performing songs from their Grammy-nominated album Ungodly Hour. Check out the performances below.

NPR Tiny Desk Concert

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With Christmas creeping up slowly, Holiday Queen Mariah Carey connects with Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson for a new version of her 2010 Christmas song Oh Santa, which originally appeared on her 2010 album Merry Christmas II You.

The new clip is apart of “Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special,” which is now streaming on Apple TV+. Along with her Apple TV+ special, The companion soundtrack to the show special, which features Mariah’s new version of “Sleigh Ride” and “Here Comes Santa Claus” with Snoop, is now available on Apple Music before hitting all streaming platforms on Dec. 11.