SoMo Announces Sophomore Album ‘The Answers,’ Shares ‘Just A Man’

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After dropping his sensual single “First” and his Maty Noyes-assisted track “Play,” SoMo returns with a piano-driven ballad titled “Just A Man.” On the raw and honest track, SoMo asks his love interest to forgive him for the mistakes he made in their relationship.

“Whatever it takes, I will do / I’m down on my knees begging you please / ‘Cause I’m just a man and you are my world / I am half of what I am / With you I am more / ‘Cause I’m just a man  and you are my girl / Just give me a chance to bring my love home,” he sings.

SoMo went to Twitter to share the history behind “Just A Man.” “I wrote this song on January 7, 2015 and ever since that moment I’ve been waiting to put it out,” he tweeted. “This song opened me up to some real emotions that I’ve been trying to figure out and led me on a journey to find the answers. I’m not a perfect man, nor will I ever be. As a perfectionist, that can sometimes be hard to grasp. I think it’s important to strive to be better than I was the day before. I think it’s important to look inside of yourself and be honest with your own heart’s issues, struggles, and desires.”

All three tracks will appear on SoMo’s upcoming sophomore album, The Answers, which releases on March 17 on Republic Records.  The album is available for pre-order now on iTunes.

Listen to “Just A Man” below.

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Stream Karina Pasian’s ‘Interlude’ EP

Karina Pasian is back. The Grammy-nominated singer has released a brand new EP titled Interlude.

The EP features six piano-driven songs including her emotional track “Solitaire,” which is dedicated to Def Jam exec Shakir Stewart who committed suicide in 2008. Stewart was responsible for signing Pasian to the label where she released her debut album My First Love. 

Stream Interlude below.

Roy Woods Announces Debut Album ‘Say Less’ and Shares Title Track

OVO Sound artist Roy Woods has released his new single “Say Less.” Produced by Luca and S.L.M.N, the track finds Woods telling a woman she doesn’t have to say much in order for them to get intimate in the bedroom.

“Heard you got a lot to say / Maybe you should say less / You ain’t gotta tell no lie / Baby you can confess 100 fahrenheit in my room / Maybe you should undress / Don’t talk say less,” he sings.

“Say Less” is the lead single and title track to Woods’ upcoming debut album that drops on December 1. The album will consist of 16 tracks with features from PARTYNEXTDOOR, dvsn, 24Hrs and PnB Rock.

Fans who pre-order Say Less will also get an instant download of “What Are You On?”

Listen to “Say Less” below.

Say Less Track List
1. Medusa
2. Little Bit of Lovin
3. Say Less
4. Take Time (Ft. 24hrs)
5. Something New
6. TOP Left
7. Bb
8. Back It Up (Ft. PARTYNEXTDOOR)
9. Glass
10. The Way You Sex
11. Monday To Monday
12. What Are You On?
13. Balance (Ft. ​dvsn & PnB Rock)
14. In The Club
15. B-Town
16. Undivided

Jessie J Releases Empowering New Single ‘Queen’

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Jessie J is being more honest and transparent than ever, and she continues this notion with her new single “Queen.”

On the DJ Camper-produced track, Jessie J charges other women to love their true selves in this day and age of the fake and phony.

“I’m tired of seeing it / I’m tired of feeling this / The world says beauty is changing / Fuck that it’s fake expectation, of the real shit / Let’s get naked / Start meditating, feel elevated and say / I love my body, I love my skin /I am a goddess, I am a queen,” she sings.

Although Jessie J says that this is her first official single, this is her fourth release this year, and third from her upcoming album R.O.S.E.: “Real Deal” was released in August, while R.O.S.E. cuts “Think About That” and “Not My Ex” were released in September and October, respectively.

In the R.O.S.E. acronym, “Queen” represent the letter “S,” which stands for sex. The song was written by the 29-year-old singer, and whiles the vocals were produced by the well-accomplished Kuk Harrell.

Stream “Queen” on Spotify below.