Just a few hours after releasing his new album KOD, J.Cole is back with the official video for his single ATM.
“ATM” is the first single off J. Cole’s just-released album KOD, which stands for Kids on Drugs, King Overdosed, and Kill Our Demons.
Ariana Grande returns with her brand new single “No Tears Left To Cry” Produced by Max Martin and ILYA, written by Ariana, Max Martin, ILYA, and Savan Kotecha, “No Tears Left To Cry” is the first single from her upcoming highly anticipated album. In addition, Ariana unveiled the Dave Meyers directed video.
Since the release of his debut Album Sum Of My Music, Jussie Smollett has been keeping very busy. Just yesterday the singer/actor premiered the video for his latest single, “Hurt People.” The follow up to his Swizz Beatz produced single “Catch Your Eye.”
Says Smollett of the “Hurt People” video: “I hope and pray this visual will both entertain and inspire. The theme of tolerance and love was completely inspired by Nelson Mandela and the triumphant spirit of the people of South Africa and all African nations that lives within all of us regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation. This is an anthem for every person that is ready to break the cycle of hurt people hurting people.”
Along with debuting his new video on Billboard, Jussie also announced his world tour which kicks off on April 20 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Sum of My Music Tour:
April 20 – Dubai, United Arab Emirates
May 7 – Cologne, Germany, Luxor
May 8 – Frankfurt, Germany, Zoom
May 9 – Berlin, Germany, Lido
May 10 – Cannes, France, VIP Room
May 17 – Oakland, CA, Complex
May 19 – Long Beach, CA, Long Beach Pride Festival
May 20 – Santa Ana, CA, Constellation Room
May 21 – Los Angeles, Roxy
May 25 – Philadelphia, Coda
May 26 – Washington, D.C., U Street
May 27 – New York, SOB’s
May 29 – Atlanta, The Masquerade (Hell)
June 1: Houston, Satellite Bar
June 2 – Austin, Empire Control Room
June 3 – Dallas, Deep Ellum Art Co
June 5 – St. Louis, Old Rock House
June 8 – Cleveland, Grog Shop
June 9 – Milwaukee, Milwaukee Pride Festival
June 10 – Chicago, Subterranean
June 12 – Detroit, El Club
July 7 – New Orleans, Essence Festival
Platinum-certified R&B star Daniel Caesar shares the music video for his latest single “Best Part” feat. H.E.R. The captivating split-screen clip depicts each respective vocalist walking along the water. The sun glistens off the sand as the voices entwine despite the distance.
Dreamy acoustic guitar resounds as Caesar’s voice carries off into the horizon and H.E.R. simply hypnotizes as she maintains her signature mystery throughout the clip. It’s a cinematic exposition worthy of the song’s luscious and lovelorn emotionality. After recently completing his sold out Freudian World Tour, Caesar descends on Coachella this weekend and next.
Janelle Monáe is all about female empowerment as she released the visual to her female anthem “PYNK,” the third track from her upcoming third album and “emotion picture,” Dirty Computer. In the new video directed by Emma Westenberg, Janelle celebrates women’s most intimate body part.
PYNK is a brash celebration of creation. self love. sexuality. and pussy power!” explains Janelle. “PYNK is the color that unites us all, for pink is the color found in the deepest and darkest nooks and crannies of humans everywhere… PYNK is where the future is born….” Check out the new video below.
After releasing his dancehall vibe record Push Back, Ne-Yo wasted no time in releasing the official video directed by James Larese. Push Back” is from Ne-Yo’s seventh studio album, Good Man, which also includes collaborations with 2 Chainz, Ty Dolla $ign, Romeo Santos, PartyNextDoor, and others. Set for release on June 8.
John Legend has had one busy week. After starring on the live music Jesus Christ Superstar, the R&B legend returns again this week with his new song A Good Night. To go along with the new song BloodPop and John Legend also released a star-studded visual. The Mishka Kornai-directed clip, captured on a Google Pixel 2, stars Yara Shahidi, Jay Ellis, and Susan Kelechi Watson.
Just a few days after releasing her single Be Careful, Cardi B returns again this week with her new video for Bartier Cardi. Making its way on our T.V. screens during VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,” the new visual shows Cardi in a vintage glam look, rocking red fur, lingerie, and diamonds.
Cardi B ’s debut album, Invasion of Privacy is set to be released this Friday. Check out the new video below.
Bridget Kelly is back! The Love and Hip-hop Hollywood singer is ready to release her long-awaited debut LP, Reality Bites. To kick off the news of her new album BK unleashed the official single and video to her song Sedated.
“‘Sedated’ is a metaphor for how intoxicating love can be when you have ended up on the wrong side so many times,” she explains to Billboard. “Women are so strong, yet experience many unique pressures. ‘Sedated’ is a narrative that explores the want and desire for love juxtaposed with the fear of the challenges and hurt that can come with it. The real that comes with it.”
SZA goes back in time as she reflects on her childhood in her new video for Broken Clocks. In the clip co-directed by SZA and Dave Free, SZA and her friends attend Camp Ctrl and Camp Vanderwoffenberg. With cameos from her TDE family such as ScHoolboy Q and Ab-Soul, SZA takes us through a daily activities camp CTRL.
SZA is now readying a deluxe edition of Ctrl featuring at least six bonus tracks.While joining her TDE labelmates Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, SiR, and Lance Skiiiwalker on “The Championship Tour.” Check out the new visual below.