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TOKiMONSTA – “No Way” ft. Isaiah Rashad, Joey Purp & Ambré

Producer/DJ TOKiMONSTA is gearing up to release a new album called Lune Rouge, and “No Way” is a great way to pique interest for what’s to come. Joey Purp, Ambré​, and Isaiah Rashad provide some solid guest contributions. Lune Rouge releases on October 6th. Stream “No Way” below, and pre-order Lune Rounge via iTunes.

coldest winter
New Music Dec 6  |  

Ambré Sparks Holiday Romance With “Coldest Winter”

Ambré subtly sparks feelings of nostalgia and holiday cheer with her ambient single, “Coldest Winter.” Released via Myself & Others, the romantic ballad has a slow moving, enticingly mellow feel to it based around Ambré’s delicate vocals. This is the sixth song of Myself & Others’s 2015 Advent Calendar. Stream “Coldest Winter” below, and check . . .

New Music Jul 1  |  

Ambré – “Nintendo $hawty”

New Orleans’ Ambre isn’t playing any games with her newest single “Nintendo $hawty.” It’s a good indicator of things to come when you receive a co-sign from budding R&B star Kehlani while you’re only 18. Ambre Perkins showcases her artistry in the self produced “Nintendow $hawty,” thanks to her melodic and enthralling vocals. Stream Ambre’s “Nintendo $hawty” . . .

before the party
New Music Nov 27  |  

Chris Brown Gifts Fans With ‘Before The Party’ Mixtape

Chris Brown keeps material coming for fans on Black Friday. Earlier today he released visuals for “Fine By Me” and followed that up shortly after with a 34-track mixtape titled, Before The Party. The Royalty has been pushed back so this will old fans over for just a while longer. #BeforeTheParty is available now! This is for . . .


Chris Brown – “Zero”

Chris Brown brings the funk via his latest single, “Zero”. The uptempo, talk-box infused song delivers nostalgic disco vibes as he sings about a woman that took her love away. Not to worry though, he proudly declares that he has moved on with a new chick and plenty of money to go along with her. . . .


Life Lessons Learned at a Kehlani Concert in Honolulu

The sky was suave and smooth, and the drive was empowering. The feeling of seeing Kehlani perform in Honolulu was stimulating. I arrived at the venue’s opening time- only to find that the front was already loaded with Tsunami Mob diehards, who had each lyric committed to memory, knew every detail about her life, and were exchanging conversation . . .