Elle Varner keeps the hits coming with the release of “I Don’t Care,” the third single from her debut album Perfectly Imperfectly, due August 7.
Meek Mill pops bottles, wakes up to a bed full of a bad bitches (his words) and spits bars with Drake on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the video for “Amen,” a track from his mixtape Dreamchasers 2 and upcoming debut Dreams & Nightmares, due August 28.
The MMG rapper was recently involved in a heated exchange with a Philly Pastor who promotes “rape” and blasphemes the church.
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The album is preceded by “Heart Attack,” the lead single, which cracked the top five on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart this week. “2 Reasons” featuring T.I., the second single, is expected to premiere in the coming days. Lil Wayne, Big Sean, J. Cole, and Kelly Rowland are among the artists featured on Chapter 5.
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Since February, Miguel has treated fans to new music via extended plays to bridge the gap between his debut album, All I Want Is You, and its follow-up, rumored for release later this year. Released to critical acclaim, the first two installments of Art Dealer Chic furthered his sound of blending R&B and electronic with tracks like “Adorn” and the sultry “Arch N Point.”
R&B starlet Elle Varner takes the Spring 2012 cover of AMMO magazine. Inside the mag, the NYU grad talks about her latest single “Refill” and her upcoming debut album, Perfectly, Imperfect.
“It’s, like, a singer/songwriter album. Like, if Alanis Morissette met hip-hop and R&B,” she said. “I write all my songs so I have that kind of approach as a songwriter but the tracks are just full of swag and just crazy stuff. There’s a lot of surprises in there; so it’s dope.”
The 23-year-old singer also shares her plans for the future. “What’s next for Elle Varner is world take over,” she said. “I think it’s time to take it back to the days when R&B was dominating and you had your Whitney Houston’s and your Mariah Carey’s and it was all good. I miss those days and I think it’s time for a change. I strongly feel that I’m a contender for that position.”
Check out pics from her shoot below and read the Q&A session here
Melanie Fiona spreads the message of female empowerment in the online video for “Watch Me Work,” an uptempo cut from her sophomore album, The MF Life. The Canadian-born songstress uses clips featuring confident, strong, sexy women in the visual, including scenes from Thelma and Louise, What’s Love Got To Do With It, The Color Purple, Saturday Night Live and the Kill Bill trilogy.
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