Swedish-Barbadian singer Naomi Pilgrim is back to the music spotlight with brand new single entitled ‘House of Dreams‘. Following the release of last year’s eponymous debut EP ‘Naomi Pilgrim‘ and the brilliant single ‘No Gun‘, the singer bring us another delightful track.
Check out this brand new track from Michelle Williams entitled Say Yes! She is currently working on her new album ‘Journey To Freedom’ and gives us a new single ‘Say Yes’ with contributions from Beyonce, Solange, Kelly Rowland. These former Destiny’s Child ladies still sound great together.
Love Dollhouse is a Urban pop trio based in Detroit formed in 2006 by Ryan-Destiny, Raina ‘Foxy’ Pore, and Chelsea Stone. The girls are ready to impact the music world with their debut single entitled ‘Can I‘, first taste of their upcoming debut studio album, scheduled to be released later this year.
Troy Jamz will debut his brand new music video for upcoming single titled “Juice” in collaboration with Lazer Magazine at the ElephantMan show in Stockholm, Sweden on May 28th @ Solidaritet Arena, Arenavägen 75 (Under Tele2 Arena).
Check out this brand new track from DJ Spinking featuring A$AP Ferg, Tyga, Jeremih, & Velous. I can imagine this being a huge summer club hit, Jeremih killing it on the hook!!!
While his labelmate and friend Kendrick Lamar was jumping on Imagine Dragons remixes and counting up his Grammy nominations, rapper Schoolboy Q remained the Top Dawg Entertainment label’s strongest link to the left-field hip-hop. His highly anticipated 2014 effort Oxymoron was even previewed by the brilliant single “Collard Greens,” a track where luxury and soul food clashed over a shuffling house music beat courtesy of the aptly named production crew THC, but that’s about as easy as it gets on this grim and gutsy full-length.
Think of Styles P, Young Buck, or maybe even Mobb Deep attacking abstract art the ski mask way and the brain-melting, coke game commentary called “The Purge” — produced by Odd Future’s Tyler, The Creator — becomes a horrorshow highlight, with lyrics like “my glock is your f**k buddy” coming off just as dire as they need to be. “Prescription/Oxymoron” addresses Q’s pain pill addiction and recovery with lurching electro and vivid, disgraced lyrics that are in the throes of depression (“My daughter calls, I press ‘Ignore'”) while other highlights are more a sum of their parts, as producer Pharrell Williams returns to gangsta music with the hard beats he lays under “Los Awesome,” then the organic and ominous “Hoover Street” bubbles like a lava lamp and the not-so-awful sub-genre of psychedelic hip-hop is born.
The wonders never cease on this adventurous and street-tough effort, but they never sort themselves well, either, and with accessible highlights like “Blind Threats,” “Break the Bank,” and “Man of the Year” all bundled toward the end, this LP requires a surprising amount of patience, especially for an album with “featuring 2 Chainz” on its track list. Check one of this maverick thug’s more approachable efforts then come back here for something coarse and complicated.
Mila J enlists French Montana for an additional verse to her leading single ‘Smoke, Drink, Break-Up’. ila J fancied her musical styling in the same light as her singing and rapping idols TLC and Missy Elliott. Add to her singing and rapping combo her passion for dancing and ability to write song lyrics, and it seemed apparent that this Los Angeles native aimed to achieve the same level of acclaim and prosperity as those same pop icons of hers.
Born of black, Japanese, and Native American descent, Mila J (real name Jamila Chilumbo) started rapping, according to the singer, at the age of four, inspired by a deep admiration for the Fat Boys and the ’80s cult hip-hop movie Krush Groove. Because her father was a studio musician, the music bug was in the rest of her family as well, namely her sisters Jhené and Miyoko.
Her break into the music industry occurred at the age of nine when she met the owner and CEO of The Ultimate Group, Chris Stokes, at a video shoot for his group Immature; in addition, she also caught Stokes’ attention with her appearance in Prince’s “Diamond and Pearls” video in 1991. Mila J went on to dance professionally for Stokes and Immature between the ages of 12 and 15.
Along with Miyoko, she was a member of the Stokes-driven Gyrl, who released singles for Silas/MCA. Several years later, she was part of the shorter-lived Dame Four, yet another Stokes venture. She then went solo. Her petite vocals could be heard on the 2006 singles “Complete” and the charting “Good Lookin’ Out,” which built up anticipation for her debut album, Split Personality, released via Universal that November. After going by the name Japollonia, she reappeared on Motown as Mila J with the 2014 single “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up.”