Stream Drew Scott’s ‘Detour’ EP


After writing and producing for R&B stars like Teyana Taylor and Fantasia, Grammy nominated producer and singer-songwriter Drew Scott steps from behind the boards to deliver his new project, Detour.

The multifaceted musician wrote, produced and mixed the seven-track EP full of alternative R&B tracks.  It is the follow-up to his 2014  Places I’ve Ever Been Vol. II mixtape.

Scott says that he wanted to portray moment when he fell in love with music again.

“I have a love/hate relationship with this industry so I got away and fell in love with it again on an island,” he wrote on Soundcloud. “I saw the sun rise and set on yachts, boats and ships on an ocean as far as the eye could see. I had no access to the outside world. It was me and music. I got to date her, know her and fall in love with her all over again despite our shortcomings. That’s what I wanted to portray in this project.”

Detour will be available on  Apple Music, TIDAL, Spotify and many other music streaming platforms.

Stream Drew Scott’s EP Detour below.

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Mya Releases New Song ‘You Got Me’

Mya blesses fans with a new song called “You Got Me.”

On the snappy groove, the R&B siren wants to leave her partner with a lasting experience in the bedroom, so he won’t lust for other women when he’s out on the road.

“They’ll never do you like me / They’ll never touch you like me / Have you going crazy, make you call me trouble / A dose is not enough, I’ll have you doing doubles,” she sings.

“You Got Me” is the follow-up track to her sexy track “Ready For Whatever” which came out in September. Both songs are expected to be featured on Mya’s nameless upcoming album.

Listen to “You Got Me” below.

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Willie Taylor Releases New Song ‘Naked’ featuring Jeremih

Valentine’s Day may be over but love is still in the air. Willie Taylor of Day26 teams with his cousin Jeremih for a sexy new track titled “Naked.” The title of the track is pretty self-explanatory. The two sing about an intimate night with a love interest.

“Enough with the drunk talk, we already faded / And right now these clothes are overrated, can I take them off?” Taylor sings.

Jeremih comes towards the end of the track and sings about recording his session. “Camera’s on don’t you act funny on me / Booty so stupid, go dummy on it / Throw it back, I’ma throw money on that,” he sings.

Listen to “Naked” below.

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