Jahkoy has been pretty consistent lately. He’s dropped a few singles from his upcoming project Forward Thinking II, and soon he’ll be accompanying Kehlani on her SweetSexySavage Tour. This time, he’s sharing “Downtown III,” the fourth single on Forward Thinking II. Still keeping it R&B, Jahkoy laments about the way things used to be, and goes on about wanting . . .
I’ve had my heart broken a few times. I’ve been lied to, cheated on and called out of my name. But life goes on, right? Of course it does, but these things stick with you and words have meaning. They hold power. They can build you up, and they can tear you down. I haven’t . . .
The elusive H.E.R. has done it again and dropped a new song, titled “Your Way.” Much like the rest of her music, it has strong roots in R&B. It’s reminiscent of the style of music Aaliyah used to make. In fact, the song actually samples Aaliyah‘s “Come Over.” “Your Way” is short and to the . . .
Syd, of the band The Internet, has dropped her much-anticipated solo debut album, Fin. She’s been an integral part of the band’s image for as long as its been in existence, but she takes even more control with this new project. Only 12 tracks long, it includes the singles, “All About Me” and “Body,” and only one . . .
Canadian singer Jahkoy shared “Hollywood V3” another song off of his upcoming project, Forward Thinking II. It’s a slow groove and very fitting for the cold, winter season we’re in now. If you were going to make a cuffing season playlist, I’d recommend including this song. Going off of this song and the other two songs . . .
Chris McClenney had quite the 2016. He produced “Outta Sight/Dark Lavender” on D.R.A.M.’s debut album, was highlighted on Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist, and also made a spot for himself on their viral charts. If you’re hip to Soulection, you may already be familiar with Chris McClenney and the EP he dropped for their White Label Series. . . .
Doja Cat is back with another random single, this one called “Touch.” Like many of her other songs, “Touch” is slow and seductive. The song is very sensual with a hook that repeats, “I like it when you touch me,” and the way she sings on this particular track is alluring, adding to the overall . . .
Los Angeles-based singer Mila J dropped her own version of Drake’s single, “Fake Love,” telling the story from a woman’s perspective. She doesn’t stray too far away from the original, staying in line with the original song’s message, keeping the same hook, but adding her own lyrics to the verses. She even added in some . . .
Tinashe dropped the video for her single “Company,” a liberating song centered around female sexuality. In line with the feel and the lyrics of the song, Tinashe and her assembly of male and female background dancers can be seen performing non-stop, edgy choreography. It looks like Tinashe has started 2017 off right, and hopefully she . . .
Abra said she misses randomly uploading new music on Soundcloud whenever she feels like it so she did just that with a dark, wavy track called “Bounty.” If you’re familiar with Abra, it fits her style, and production wise, it’s very similar to her bop, “Pull Up.” If you’re not hip to Abra, maybe you . . .
Singer Deni Rosa teamed up with producer E. Z. Rah and rapper RetroI$Awesome for her latest, “Match That.” Deni effortlessly sings over E.Z.’s upbeat, yet laid back production. Then, in the first verse, she gets straight to the point. It’s not uncommon to want someone who’s “on your level,” or as Deni puts it, someone who can . . .
Chris Brown is back with a video for his latest single, “Party,” featuring Usher and Gucci Mane. The song is set to be on his forthcoming album, Heartbreak On A Full Moon. Set in what looks like an abandoned building, it didn’t stop Chris and crew from having a good time. Everyone’s up on their feet . . .
TYuS is back again with a chilling and suspenseful video for “Between Us,” a song featuring fellow Portland artist, C A S S O W. This video includes a compelling storyline, but you must watch to the very end because good stories always have a twist. I’ll let you watch the video and figure out the . . .
Atlanta rapper and Awful Records founder Father dropped a video for his single, “Heartthrob.” Colorful and enticing, Father’s monotone voice spits over a childish beat with a lot of bounce in it, as he and a female companion have fun at a picnic table full of food. The video is short, but there’s so much . . .
TYuS followed up his feel-good single “Stay” with an evenly feel-good video to match. In the video, TYuS can be seen kicking back at a party, blessing the mic at that same function and chatting it up on the phone with a young lady. The video has a simple concept, yet it’s still visually captivating, . . .