Lyric’s Catch A Girl

Over the weekend singer Lyric debuted the visual for her latest single “Catch A Girl.”

“Catch A Girl” is about how a guy can seem perfect and the moment a girl falls for him, he’s gone with the wind. Produced by D. Brooks Exclusive, “Catch A Girl” unfortunately is a song too many can relate to.

While the lyrics are enough to put any girl in her feelings, the visual makes up for it. Lyric entertains three dates in the same arcade without remorse for any of it.

Ann Marie is Down to Ride

Preparing for tour obviously means going into overdrive for Chicago based songstress Ann Marie. In anticipation of her upcoming tour, the singer debuted her latest visual “Ride For Me.”

The fourth track on Ann Marie’s Tripolar 2, “Ride For Me” is a ballad that everyone can relate to. In just under three and a half minutes, Ann Marie explains that she’s in search of loyalty.

A joint effort with Columbia Records recording artist Yung Bleu, “Ride For Me” could easily be described as a duet. Ann Marie and Yung Bleu compliment each other well.

While Ann Marie and Yung Bleu’s voices compliment each other well their chemistry in the video is undeniable. A hood love story to say the very least, “Ride For Me” is the ultimate tale of love and loyalty.

Dev Walker – Wait A Dev Minute

Nearly two years after his last project, Dev Walker debuts Wait A Dev Minute.

Wait A Dev Minute is a nine of Dev’s personal remixes. The rapper, singer and songwriter put his spin on some of hip hop and rnb’s most popular songs and the result is staggering.

What was originally intended to be a compilation of one minute covers somehow grew into more than 15 minutes of some of Dev’s best lyricism and vocal work to date. Though a bit different from the original vision Wait A Dev Minute is still short. Despite being short Wait A Dev Minute features no short supply of the artist’s creativity. Dev uses a combination of singing and rapping to set himself apart from the artist who created the original works and fans are sure to be appreciative.

Hardly categorized as a singer or rapper, Dev Walker is certainly an entertainer and Wait A Dev Minute is evident of that. Nestled somewhere between lyrical effectiveness and vocal hypnosis, Wait A Dev Minute reestablishes Dev Walker’s versatility.

Chanelle Tru’s Ha|Ve

 

Chanelle Tru celebrated International Women’s Day in a rather unique way. On March 8, the Chicago based artist debuted her album Ha|Ve.

Ha|Ve reminds the world that Chanelle Tru is so much more than a pretty face. The multitalented singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer and actress flexed quiet a few creative muscle on her highly anticipated new album. Despite the fact that she could have probably done it all on her own, Chanelle Tru does share the creative spotlight just a bit on Ha|Ve. The Other Eric, Cosha TG, and Sprado lent their talents to the 15 track effort.

Ha|Ve or “Hate to Love” delivers a little more than 45 minutes of tales for those who have gained or lost love.

 

 

Kehlani Delivers While We Wait

As she awaits the birth of her daughter, Kehlani made a delivery of another sort. Today, the singer-songwriter debuted her fourth project While We Wait.

While We Wait is perfectly titled, as every Kehlani fan holds their breath waiting for the star to deliver her baby girl. Clearly cognizant of her fans anxiety, Kehlani released a nine track mixtape. While We Wait is Kehlani at her best. The expectant mother gives fans everything they have grown to expect from her and so much more.

Relatable subject matter dresses in creative melodies and presented in an angelic voice; While We Wait is effortless. Though only 30 minutes long, While We Wait is evidence that the Oakland native is wise beyond her years. While We Wait explores the dynamics of different kinds of relationships with the assistance of some of musics most identifiable men, including Musiq Soulchild and DOM KENNEDY.

Kehlani – While We Wait

Audrey Valentine Takes Her Time

Singer/ songwriter Audrey Valentine delivered fans a Valentine’s Day gift that’s sure to last once the candy is gone and the flowers have wilted. Thursday the Chicago native debuted her new single “Take My Time.”

Nothing is better than a relatable song and Audrey Valentine nailed it with “Take My Time.” The singer teamed up with Kid Breeze and Brill over a Lamar laid framework to remind fans that she too experiences the highs and lows of life and love.

A break from the monotony of every artist releasing love songs for Valentine’s Day, “Take My Time” is a reminder that sometimes taking a step back is best. Audrey Valentine also gives a much deserved nod to the neighborhood that made her. Chatham feel free to stand up.

Slitta Delivers More Pink for Valentine’s Day

Last night Slitta explained to Power92’s Bree Specific that he made More Pink because he wanted to make “women feel like women again.” After handing out dozens of pink roses at his silent listening party and pouring out his emotions, Slitta may have very well been successful.

Bassline served as the perfect setting for More Pink’s exclusive silent listening party. Hosted by Bree Specific and dj’d by Marie Tha DJ, rose petals covered the floor, a body painter created visuals and Slitta set the vibe. The celebration of the D1CMG artist and 80 Apes producers complete rnb album was a hit. The guest list looked more like a list of who’s who in Chicago.

More Pink is definitely deserving of such a celebration. The ten track project made its debut as the listening party came to a close, just in time to be the perfect soundtrack for Valentine’s Day.

More Pink is yet another reminder of Slitta’s many talents. The album is performed in large part, produced almost completely, engineered, mixed and mastered by Slitta. The only features come from Ashlee Bankz, L’Oréal, and KD Young Cocky who appears on the single “Vent.”

More Pink