SiR has teamed with Scribz Riley for his new single “Life Is Good” via Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA Records. As the title suggests, “Life Is Good” is an effervescent anthem for celebrating the joys in life. SiR’s soulful voice glides over the production that’s punctuated by gentle guitar plucks and hard-hitting trap drums. “Life is good
Ciara makes a fierce return with her new single “Jump” featuring Coast Contra. The global superstar leaves no crumbs behind on this delicious bop. “Jump” is a reminder that Ciara can cut through any noise to deliver an undeniable dancefloor-ready anthem. It brings much-needed energy to the musical landscape, especially in the midst of summer.
Omarion is ready to speak his truth in form of a five-part docuseries titled Omega: The Gift & The Curse. It will premiere Thursday, July 21, on YouTube. As told from the former B2K member’s perspective, Omega: The Gift & The Curse will give fans an inside look at behind-the-scenes drama during The Millennium Tour. Omarion will open
As Jade Novah gears up for Moon in Pisces Tour, she releases a new song “Rollercoaster” featuring Kenyon Dixon. The track was produced by Novah’s husband, Devin Johnson, and co-written by him, Novah and Dixon. Novah sweetly coos across lightly touched guitar strums and well-placed percussions, conveying the adrenaline rush she desires to inject into her
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