The New Jersey native who has been missing from the music scene since the release of his album, Another Round in 2010 sings, “Your story gets more pretty every chapter, more attractive, age ain’t a factor.”
Taken off of JAHEIM’s upcoming album, Appreciation Day, set to be released later this year, “Age Ain’t A Factor,” can be heard below. I am totally feeling this one and can see myself jamming to this one this summer. Tell me what you think?
Tamar Braxton puts a spin on Notorious B.I.G.’s classic “Juicy” for a nostalgic ballad to her lover. The melodic follow-up to “Love And War” gets production credits from Yung Berg and LaShawn Daniels, highlighting the Braxton Family Values star’s vocal versatility.
“This is my real debut album,”. “Not be selfish, but I just really reflected on who I was and what I wanted to say, so it’s majority just Tay-Tay.”
While Tamar preps for the arrival of her bundle of joy, expect her album Love And War to drop later this year.
After conquering everything from the GRAMMY Awards to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as a member of Justin Timberlake‘s remarkable Tennessee Kids troupe, Aaron Camper is stepping out on his own again. This time around he’s taking on Timberlake’s hit single “Mirrors” and giving it new life by blending it with a song of his own entitled, “Megahurtz.” As always, Camper has something significant to offer and it’s wrapped up in the smoothest R&B harmonies around. Although it’s easy to get lost in the dark accompanying video, Camper handles this refix quite well. Fortunately, this isn’t the last that we’ll hear from the Maryland crooner. Following the release of “MirrorsxMegahurtz,” he announced that a new project is in the works and the original version of “Megahurtz” will be included on it. Head over to his website to grab your free copy of “MirrorsxMegahurtz” and stay tuned for what’s coming next from Aaron Camper.
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That’s right, during the show’s hiatus K. made it happen and signed on the dotted line with the label who’ll be releasing her debut album, Rebellious Soul, some time this year. Viewers got to see her in the studio cutting a song, and in an effort to strike while the block is hot, K. Michelle has released the track in full along with an accompanying music video. The song has a sweet melodic rhythm but the lyric’s will have you saying, did she say what I think she said. Borderline hilarious I am not sure if I can sing the song with a straight face. LOL! What do you think?