Jhene Aiko, En Vogue and Remy Ma have new music and new videos for your listening and viewing pleasures. Get it all inside…
Jhene Aiko gets lifted on futuristic levels with rap duo Rae Sremmurd in her new visuals for her track, “Sativa,” a cut from her latest album, Trip.
The original version of the song only featured a hook by Swae Lee. A new version (below) adds Swae Lee’s rap partner Slim Jxmmi, who drops some bars for the remix.
The Souled Out singer loves playing with different concepts for her video treatments and this one was no different. It even featured a plot twist at the end.
Check it out below:
In another set of new visuals...
Xscape isn’t the only 90s girl group looking to make a comeback.
En Vogue is also returning to the music scene.
A month after releasing their new single “Rocket,” the iconic group join forces for the video treatment. They’re also serving up futuristic vibes in the Damien Sandoval-directed video, which was shot in the El Mirage dry lake bed in California.
“It was really exciting shooting the ‘Rocket’ video…perfect theme to enhance the song,” says founding member Cindy Herron-Braggs. “The look is futuristic meets sexy…a step into the future,” says member Terry Ellis. “It’s such a pleasure working with a director that’s not afraid to come up with a concept that’s outside of the box and pays tribute to the music,” says member Rhona Bennett.
"Rocket," written by Ne-Yo and produced by Curtis “Sauce” Wilson, is the official single from the forthcoming album, Electric Cafe.
Their new album will feature a guest appearances by Snoop Dogg ("Have A Seat"), with production from Raphael Saadiq, Dem Jointz, and longtime En Vogue producers Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy.
Electric Cafe is set to drop on March 30, 2018.
Peep the new video below:
Remy Ma is readying her upcoming solo album, releasing a new track from the long awaited LP.
The NYC raptress nabbed Chris Brown for her new single “Melanin Magic (Pretty Brown),” which samples Mint Condition’s “Breakin’ My Heart.”
“Melanin Magic (Pretty Brown)” will be featured on Rem’s upcoming album, 7 Winters & 6 Summers. Take a listen above.
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