Sammie’s Expiration Date

Yesterday, RnB crooner Sammie debuted the visual for his latest single “Expiration Date.”

A product of his September release Coming of Age, “Expiration Date” is the ballad of all ballads. Not only the perfect platform to display the Miami native’s vocal capabilities, but a story lovers gone wrong know all too well.

Despite Sammie hailing from the Sunshine State, the video was filmed in the Windy City and co-stars up and coming singer and Chicago native A:M. The combination of the city’s iconic land marks, the snow Chicagoans know all too well and the heart wrenching lyrics came together flawlessly to remind the world why Sammie is still relevant.

Sammie is Coming of Age.

After falling head over heels over R’n’B heartthrob Sammie 18 years ago, fans fell in love all over again in 2006 when he reemerged. Fast forward 10 years to an EP that didn’t gain the recognition it deserved and now we’re here. Today, the Miami native is full grown a celebrating release of his third studio album “Coming of Age.”

Far from the preteen who stole to music scene with “I Like It,” the now 30 years old singer, still has the show stopping vocals that stole the hearts of girls all over America. A more mature sound to match his look and audience, Sammie has reinvented himself in an attempt to save R’n’B. The artist uses vulnerability to connect to his fans, opening up about relationships and his fear of failing his family.

Unlike Sammie’s last album, that had a heavy Atlanta influence, “Coming of Age” took the singer back to his Floridian roots. He teamed up with fellow 305 representative Rick Ross. The projects only other feature comes from California born singer-songwriter Eric Bellinger.

Coming of Age

Ace Hood Learns To Trust The Process

Former We The Best artist Ace Hood took to Twitter today announcing the release of his latest mixtape Trust The Process.

The Florida based lyricist offered 13 tacks and a look into his life after splitting with We The Best. A collection of versatile flows and an underlying positive message, Trust The Process gives fans a bit more insight into who Ace Hood is.

Check it out: Trust The Process

Kodak Black – Prjoect Baby 2

Miami rapper Kodak Black debuted his second release of the year Project Baby 2, over night.

Riddled with catchy melodies telling stories of hood life, Project Baby 2 is composed of 19 tracks. With only four features on the project, it certainly puts Kodak Black in the spotlight. Somewhere between singing and rapping you can find the Florida native in all of his glow.

Stream Project Baby 2.

Girl Disrupted

After two girl groups and countless features, singles mixtapes and EPs, Sevyn Streeter finally made her solo debut. Not only are congratulations in order, but birthday wishes as well, since the release comes on the singer-songwriter’s 31st birthday.

Sevyn Streeter has been linked to some of the biggest names in hip hop and rnb penning records for Trey Songz, Tamar Braxton, Arianna Grande and Chris Brown, so it’s only right that the Florida native write her own. Girl Disrupted opens with the singer describing  how she went into creating her album focused on perfection; perfect lyrics, perfect sounds and the perfect title. She admits when she chose the title Girl Disrupted she had no idea it would be her story, but after battling depression the rnb songstress is standing on a solid release.

Composed of 13 tracks, Girl Disrupted is just shy of an hour long. Clearly Sevyn Streeter has made some friends in the industry, as her album has an allstar list of features. Hit maker The-Dream, DeJ Loaf, Dave East and Ty Dolla $ign are amoung those who lended their talents to make Girl Disupted  success. The 31 year- old even joined forces with Nola born crooner August Alsina for a duet.

It’s been nearly 16 years in the making, but Girl Disrupted was worth the wait. Check it out: Girl Disrupted

Ace Hood Puts Hip Hop in a Body Bag

Though he’s been quiet the majority of 2016, Ace Hood certainly did not let the year end without making himself heard. Today, the Florida native released Body Bag 4.

The fourth installment of the mixtape saga that began in 2011 is a 12 track effort that spotlights the Floridian and his signature sound. Ace Hood delivers his version of some of the radios most popular records, including Young MA’s “Ooouuu” and YNF Lucci’s “Key To The Streets”.

While his lyrics are for the streets, his cover art is certainly for the ladies. This mixtape has something to offer everyone.

Stream or download it now: Body Bag 4

Sevyn Streeter Hits a High Note with My Love For You

Sevyn Streeter seems to be preparing for her debut LP in a major way. The 30 year-old songstress recently released “Prolly” which gathered the attention of hip hop and r’n’b fans alike by featuring the most talked about rapper of the year: Gucci Mane.

This time around she’s taken a different approach to capturing the music world’s attention and it is r’n’b in its truest form. Her most current single, “My Love For You”, was released Friday, September 16. The Florida native put her vocal range on display to remind the world why the singer/songwriter has had such success in the industry to date.

Quite possibly the definitive love song of the year, Streeter certainly took a step away from the ever so popular “do me baby” theme currently looming over r’n’b. Proclaiming that her significant other is the only man with her attention.

Her debut LP, Girl Disrupted, is scheduled for an early 2017 release. Until then Streeter is rumored to dropped an new song each month. 

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