Mila J Releases New Mixtape ‘MILAULONGTIME’

R&B songstress Mila J has released a brand new mixtape, MILAULONGTIME, as a pleasant treat for her fans.

Laced with seven tracks, the project gives her core audience a spin on her unique sound, including her single “Yesterday” featuring I. Rich.

Upon arrival of this mixtape, the California native also included a photo spread to top off the release where she sported several sultry looks.

MILULONGTIME  is the follow-up to 213, which was released last year.

Stream the mixtape below.

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Mila J Celebrates Birthday with ‘11.18’ EP

Mila J felt generous on her 35th birthday and gifted fans with a special five-track project, 11.18.

The EP title was inspired by her date of birth and marks her first release since April’s Dopamine release. Along with sharing the surprise announcement on Twitter, Mila hyped the project by tweeting, “Oh Yeah, it comes with a booklet and all that🐣.”

While 11.18 is only 17-minutes and does not include any guest appearances, it still packs a punch.

The five-piece collection features bangers with intriguing titles like “Low Down Dirty Shame” and “Switching Sides.”

Take a listen 11.18 on Spotify today. If purchased on iTunes, you’ll have access to its EP booklet.

Stream Rayven Justice’s New Project ‘Wavy Justice’

Rising singer Rayven Justice is back with a brand new mixtape. Titled Wavy Justice, the 16-track project includes features from Surfa Solo, DJ Luke Nasty, G Baby, LuvaboyTJ, Young Greatness and more.

The cover art features a throwback photo of Justice in his younger years.

Wavy Justice is the Oakland, Calif. native’s follow-up to 2016’s Do it Justice, which included his Keyshia Cole-assisted song “Tit for Tat.”

Listen to Wavy Justice below.

Listen to Tone Stith’s New Project ‘Can We Talk’

We asked for more music and Tone Stith has delivered. The emerging R&B singer has released a new mixtape titled Can We Talk. 

On the ten-track project, the Jersey-bred artist explores love in a multitude of ways: by going on a “Date” (and refraining from cell phone use during the date); giving his special lady some much needed attention on “Birthday at Midnight”; and even denouncing childish games on “Running Out.”

The project also includes previously released The Prblm Slurs-Produced banger “Get It Right,” which has already racked up an impressive 45,000+ plays in a month’s time on Soundcloud. See the rest of the track listing below:

Stith is currently signed to Young Empire Music Group. CEO of YEMG Jas Prince, who’s credited for aiding in the discovery of worldwide superstar Drake, said in an interview with Forbes that Stith reminds him “of Michael [Jackson], Quincy [Jones] and [the singer] Prince, all in one.”

You can catch the emerging singer on tour as one of the opening acts for August Alsina’s “Don’t Matter Tour” later this month, with dates running through the beginning of September. But for now, stream Tone Stith’s “Can We Talk” mixtape below.