I Used to Know H.E.R

H.E.R. fans are rejoicing behind the release of her six track Ep I Used to Know Her: The Prelude.

Soulful melodies and relatable lyrics easily describes H.E.R. but her latest release has fans more and more in love as she puts feminism on a pedestal. Opening the EP with “Lost Souls,” H.E.R.’s adaptation of Lauryn Hill’s “Lost Ones” H.E.R. set the bar for female artists at an all time high.

Despite channeling Lauryn Hill, in no way does H.E.R. sit high and look low at the rest of us. The multi talented rising star teamed up with Bryson Tiller to relate to the masses on “Could’ve Been.” As if featuring Bryson Tiller didn’t do enough to put fans in a mood, it’s rumored that “Could’ve Been” it the not so joyous follow up to “Best Part” with Daniel Caesar.

Needless to say H.E.R. did everything except fail to deliver and she did it all in 20 minutes.

I Used to Know Her: The Prelude

Cee The World Gives Fans ADHD

One thing Cee The World does not do is stand still, making ADHD the perfect title for his album.

In a constant state of motion Cee The World is always busy. The Chicagoan who does it all finally released ADHD and it say it was worth the wait is an understatement. The 14 track effort put an array of Cee The World’s talents on display.

ADHD has been years in the making and fans can breathe easy knowing thaT Cee The World has sharpened a ton of other skills without sacrificing his music. It’s been such a long time coming, but fans need not worry, Cee The World was sure to include some favorites including Down Too Good with YDotGDot and Missing You.

ADHD

Teyana Taylor – K.T.S.E.

It’s hard to believe it has been four years since Teyana Taylor’s last album. Today, the unstoppable beauty reminded the world why no one minded waiting another day for her G.O.O.D. Music debut K.T.S.E.

The self proclaimed Princess of Harlem shines over Kanye beats the way only she could. K.T.S.E is eight diverse tracks that capture just a few of the many facets of the multitalented beauty. With a little something for everyone in a rather small package Teyana, Harlem and G.O.O.D. Music have much to be proud of.

The short effort features the most controversial man in hip hop Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign. And for anyone who misses the old Kanye, no need to worry he and Teyana channeled just that.

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Can Dev Walker Come Over?

If you’ve never heard the phrase “don’t rest on your laurels” let Dev Walker teach you what it means. The multitalented Chicagoan has been putting in work and today he debut his latest video “Come Over” as proof.

It’s been nearly a yearly since the release of Dev Walker’s debut Torn and it’s safe to say the singer/rapper/songwriter has been riding his on wave ever since. Dev Walker has spent the last 11 months releasing singles, recording covers and modeling, with all these accomplishments one would think he’s too busy to do anything else. Of course that isn’t so and as Dev Walker gears up to go to Los Angeles to show B.E.T. what his fans love about him, he took a moment to premier his latest video “Come Over.”

Undeniably sexy, “Come Over” is exclusively for the ladies. What was probably every female fans favorite song on Torn has just become their favorite visual as well seeing as Dev mad sure to let fans know he’s been in the gym. Though it is inevitable his female fans were the target audience for the song, the visual has something for the fellas as well. Dev co-stars alongside the gorgeous Chicago based model and cosmetologist Elliee. The Windy City serves as the perfect backdrop from sexy scenes the way only Dev and Ellie’s could come together to create. And the visual certainly bring the lyrics to life.

Medallion x Chloé – Breakin Pt. 2

Earlier this week, without warning at all Medallion and Chloé teamed up to release their latest “Breakin’ Pt. 2.”

After Medallion flexed a few creative muscles on the production side of “Breakin’ Pt. 2, it only made since that he do the same lyrically. The sequel to Chloé’s “Breakin’ Pt. 1 from the Day 28 Ep, of course it would have been incomplete without the songstress. Though Medallion and Chloé make the perfect duo on both songs the visual is what makes it all complete.

Brandon Holmes brings it all together with the creative use colorful light and shadow. Capturing and inspiring emotion, Brandon Holmes’ creativity took Medallion and Chloé’s hit to the next level.

G. Mitch Has a Situation

It is always the right time for r’n’b and G. Mitch is taking full advantage of that. The Chicago based vocalist is kicked off the month with the release of his new single “Situation.”

An ever familiar concept in music and in life, according to G. Mitch “Situation” is a the tale of “a situationship, where there’s a definite connection between two people, but no rush to commit.” An experience the singer is no stranger to.It’s no coincidence that fans will connect to “Situation,” everyone finds themselves in odd predicaments ever now and then, but G. Mitch wrote it to do just that: connect. The singer/songwriter plans to do a lot more connecting as the summer progresses with the anticipated release of his debut project Misunderstood.

Netflix, The Video

What’s Valentine’s Day without a little music? Feel free to thank Chimeka for that. The multitalented performer premiered the video for her single “Netflix” today.

Both sultry and sexy, the song is perfect for Valentine’s Day. The visual comes six months after the single’s release, however it is right on time.

Starring Chimeka, “Netflix” documents what appears to be the perfect romance with a twist. The lyrically apt beauty also shares a scene with a unicorn, but it’s Chimeka what did you expect?

Samcin was the creative genius behind it all and it was captured by the lense of Phil Jordan. It’s safe to say as a pair they captured the rapper, singer, songwriter and unicorn at her best.

Grab a lighter and your lover and check out “Netflix”: