Elle Varner is ready for the August 7th debut of her ‘Perfectly Imperfect’ album but so you better get ready. Earlier today, the husky-voiced singer unveiled the track list of the record, which includes only one guest appearance by rapper J. Cole.
Elle Varner only just unveiled the album cover of her highly anticipated debut, ‘Perfectly Imperfect’, and she kept the momentum going today with the release of a new song. ‘I Don’t Care’ is the official second single from Varner’s LP, which will hit stores on August 7th.
You’ve heard No Doubt’s new song, ‘Settle Down’, and now it’s time to go one step further. Earlier this evening, the supergroup debut their new video to support the tune, which is the lead release from their upcoming ‘Push & Shove’ album (due on September 24th).
We may never get the opportunity to hear JoJo’s ‘Jumping Trains’ album but at least she is still releasing music. The latest reported offering from the set is ‘Demonstrate’, which was produced by Noah ’40′ Shebib and it showcases the incredible range of the young singer.
While the world still waits for the debut of Brandy’s ‘Put if Down’ video, the singer has been in other ways. Last evening, she checked in to the legendary House of Blues to deliver a performance of ‘Almost Doesn’t Count’ that left the crowd screaming for more.
Shawnna is alive! That isn’t just a an exclamation of joy; it refers to her new mixtape, ‘She’s Alive’. Hosted by DJ Pharris, the set includes original material as well as remixes of Kanye West’s ‘Mercy’, Drake’s ‘No Lie’ and 2 Chainz’s ‘Riot’.
Well, we definitely saw this one coming. Ludacris’ new song, ‘Jingalin”, is the latest anthem of the strip clubs and Jamaica Avenue’s street mall so it was obvious that he would shoot an equally wild video to support the song as highlighted in this special sneak peek.
Aubrey O’Day shared images from the set of her long overdue new video for ‘Wrecking Ball’ in late June and now we’re getting the chance to see behind the scenes footage from the set. The rocker-themed visual is the lead offering from the singer’s upcoming debut album, due later this year.
What you’re about to see is the most disgusting and embarrassing release of The-Dream’s career. The once promising singer-songwriter has issed his new video, ‘Dope Bitch’, which features Pusha T, and it is a depiction of silliest facets of Hip-Hop culture.