Stream THEY.’s Debut Album ‘Nu Religion: HYENA’

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Dante Jones and Drew Love, better known together as THEY., has released their debut album Nu Religion: HYENA. The album is a follow-up to the duo’s critically-acclaimed Nu Religion EP.

The album consists of 14 tracks including previously released songs “Deep End,” “Motley Crue,” “What You Want,” “Say When and “U-RITE.”

Nu Religion was not only just the name of our first EP but it was kinda like a belief system that we have,” Love said. “Really were just about empowering people to really make a difference in this world, to really try new things, to really break the mold from what other people are doing. [This] is the next chapter of the Nu Religion and it’s called Hyena, which is really about expressing yourself, being an individual, being everything you can because I feel like right now a lot of people are really doing a lot of emulating…they’re really not expressing themselves the way they truly could.”

On March 7, THEY will kick off their Nu Religion Tour in Seattle, Wash. THEY will visit major cities in North America including Dallas, New Orleans, Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia, before wrapping up in Los Angeles on April 4.

Stream THEY.’s debut album Nu Religion: HYENA below.

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Stream Xavier Omär’s New EP ‘Pink Lightning’

Xavier Omar Pink Lightning EP

Rising R&B artist Xavier Omär is back with his brand new EP titled Pink Lightning via Never Sleep Music/EMPIRE. The five-track offering takes fans on a journey through Omär’s many emotions involving love and relationships.

The EP opens with the lead track “Runnin’ Round,” which is about drawing a line between you and your inconsistent love interest. He gets “Stuck” on the second track, where he sings about wanting to be happily together with his lover. On “Change on Me” featuring singer Leuca, Omär hopes his love interest doesn’t change the way she feels about him.

Omär strips away the beat on “The Title” to put an emphasis on just the lyrics. On the beautiful tune, he asks for his relationship to be official. “This record was originally acapella but I then made it into a pop song because I decided not to keep it,” Omär wrote on Genius. “I recorded it to the new beat and actually tried to get it to Sam Smith, but that connect never happened. The only reason this song is on the project is because I played it for some friends at Masego’s house in LA and they were like ‘when does THIS drop?” I had lost the files so I said, “It’s not, I lost the files.” My friend Courtney Bennet said in her beautiful British accent ‘just re-record it.'”

Omär will launch his supporting Pink Lightning Tour on November 28 in Chicago. The tour will hit major cities across North America including D.C., Boston, New York, Houston, Los Angeles and Seattle.

Pink Lightning follows Omär’s 2016 project, The Everlasting Wave, which featured his most popular song to date “Blind Man.” The track has accumulated over 16 million streams on Spotify.

Stream Pink Lightning below.

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Stream Maurice Moore’s Debut Mixtape ‘The Amber Room’

Emerging singer Maurice Moore has dropped his debut project, The Amber Room. The 13-track project includes features from fellow rising artists Jeff Sanon and Tay Jasper.

In an Instagram post, Moore advised his fans to listen to The Amber Room from start to finish in order to get the full experience. “The Amber Room takes you on the journey of a summer from its promising beginnings to the inevitable end,” Moore said in a press release.

Stream The Amber Room below.

Stream T-Pain’s New Album ‘Oblivion’

It’s been nearly seven years since T-Pain released an album. The ‘rapper ternt sanga’ makes a comeback with his new project, Oblivion, via RCA Records.

The 16-track LP includes guest appearances from Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, Ne-Yo, Tiffany Evans, Wale and more. Tory Lanez was originally supposed to be on the album but their song wasn’t able to get cleared in time. Fans shouldn’t worry, though. T-Pain has promised the song will be out in a matter of days.

“The Tory feature didn’t get cleared in time so it was either leave that song off and release it a few days later or push the album back until that one song gets cleared,” he tweeted. “Obviously I’ve pushed enough dates back lol. So enjoy the other 16 trax until we get that straight.”

T-Pain has confirmed in several interviews that Oblivion will be his last album on RCA Records before he takes the independent route — which could definitely be a great move for him. In 2011, he released Revolver, which debuted at No. 28 on the Billboard 200.

Stream Oblivion below.