The as-yet-titled project is the follow-up to last year’s Here I Am, which spawned the Grammy nominated smash “Motivation” featuring Lil Wayne.
“I am more excited going into it this time than last time because I have a concept,” she told the magazine.
Missy Elliott makes her triumphant return in J. Cole’s music video for “Nobody’s Perfect,” their collaboration from his album, Cole World: The Sideline Story. The North Carolina native gets reflective in his bedroom, rapping the lyrics to the track, while a dolled-up Missy plays his neighbor and offers some advice in the Collin Tilley-directed clip. “Nobody’s Perfect” is the third single from Cole’s gold-certified debut disc. Watch the video below.
Chris Brown’s fifth studio album, Fortune, is shaping up to be quite the disc. Already boasting an impressive list of collaborators, including Wiz Khalifa, will.i.am, David Guetta, Asher Roth, and Kid Sister, Chris Brown has confirmed a feature from Nas for the album.
After years of underground success, Twista broke into the mainstream with 2004’s Kamikaze. For the album’s lead single, Twista enlisted Jamie Foxx and Kanye West for an ode to classic soul artists on the aptly titled “Slow Jamz.” Produced by Kanye West, “Slow Jamz” topped Billboard’s Hot 100 for one week on February 10, 2004, becoming the first number one single for all three artists.
Did You Know? “Slow Jamz” was for a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2005.
After striking gold with “Bed,” J Holiday quickly followed up with another smash. Released as the third single from his Grammy-nominated 2007 debut Back of My Lac’, “Suffocate” raced up the charts eventually peaking at No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The Tricky Stewart-produced track became his second consecutive gold-certified single by the RIAA. Though he’s yet to duplicate the success of his first album, “Suffocate” is easily earns a spot on Sunday Soul.
Here’s the latest from Eric Benet. “Real Love” is the lead single from his upcoming album, which is currently untitled. The soulful track is similar to his Grammy-nominated hit “Sometimes I Cry.” Listen to “Real Love” below.
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The music video for Kelly Price’s single “Not My Daddy” featuring Stokley from Mint Condition premiered today. Directed by actress Regina King, the clip finds the singers questioning the status of their relationship. “Not My Daddy” is the second single from Price’s upcoming fifth studio album Kelly, due May 3rd.