Ari Lennox makes this holiday season memorable with her rendition of “My Favorite Things.” The previous Apple Music exclusive is now available on all streaming platforms for the first time. Lennox decided to release “My Favorite Things” across streaming services everywhere as a special gift to her music devotees for making this year one to
Grammy winner Lucky Daye has reissued his sophomore album, Candydrip, with a deluxe edition. The expanded version includes all the original songs Candydrip, plus four additional songs. Frequent collaborator D’Mile produced and co-wrote two of the new songs, including “These Signs” and “NWA (Original Version),” a track that originally featured Lil Durk. D’Mile also co-wrote
SZA has returned with her sophomore album, SOS. It includes the previously shared songs “I Hate U,” “Good Days” and “Shirt.” Read the full songwriting and production credits for SOS below. 1. SOS Written by SZA, Jay Versace, Rob Bisel, Gabriel Samuel Hardeman Produced by Jay Versace Contains a sample of “Until I Found The Lord” as performed
Grammy-winning singer and songwriter SZA has released her highly anticipated sophomore album, SOS. The 23-track album includes the previously shared songs “Good Days,” “I Hate U” and “Shirt.” Opening with the title track, SZA sets the premise for the rest of the album: there’s a lot on her mind. On the Jay Versace-produced track, which samples Gabriel
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