Limoblaze, Happi, and Lecrae team up to deliver an Afrobeats remix of Maverick City Music’s smash-hit, Jireh. They titled this one ‘Jireh (My Provider)‘ and it’s available now on digital platforms (Download/Stream here). Prior to the official release in July to great acclaim, the song was first introduced at the Big Church Festival, UK, where
Vedo and producer OG Parker have released a joint project titled While You Wait. Across eight tracks, Vedo is not modest about his sexual wishes. He begins on “Soon As I Get Home,” unbuttoning himself and his lady over a sample of The Isley Brothers’ classic 1983 slow jam “Between the Sheets.” Vedo trails the
Dvsn (vocalist Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85) has teamed up with Spotify for its Spotify Singles. As part of the campaign, the duo recorded a stripped-down rendition of their latest single, “If I Get Caught.” Working with a simple, guitar-laden production, Daley’s remarkable vocal illuminates thoroughly all through the reworked version. In addition to prescribing
Ray J, Sammie, Bobby V and Pleasure P have formed a new R&B group called RSVP. The announcement was shared last month (July 22) on its official Instagram account with a photo collage of all the respective veterans. Under the post was a caption that hinted at potential projects, including television and music. Interestingly, in
Following a surprise collaboration with The Weeknd, Summer Walker has teamed with Amazon Music to share Summer Series (Amazon Music Live). The five-track project captures Walker’s livestream February performance at Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, Georgia. She dazzled the sold-out crowd with two songs from her chart-topping 2021 album Still Over It, including “Unloyal” and “Throw
You gotta love Beyoncé’s dedication to getting us on the dancefloor. The global star has teamed with music icon Madonna for “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix), recalling her co-star’s famed 1992 hit single “Vogue.” It marks their first collaboration. At the onset of the ballroom track, Beyoncé deems herself the mother of her own
Kenyans vote for a new president on Tuesday, ending a heated race that shows why, in a troubled region, the East African nation matters more than ever.
Grab a book and read outside this weekend, if you can. Here’s some inspiration.
Edward Burtynsky has turned his 40 years spent documenting humanity’s effects on the planet into a multimedia show.
Summer for Ukraine’s children means sunshine and swimming, but also long hours in bomb shelters and mine-safety training. A photographer captured their days in Kyiv for The New York Times.