Stream Eric Bellinger’s New EP ‘Eric B for President: Term 2’

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After winning over fans with Eric B for President: Term 1 , Eric Bellinge returns for his second term. The eight-track EP includes features from Wale, Victoria Monet and Tayla Parx.

Eric B for President: Term 2 opens with “Naked in the White House,” where he sings about how his crush became his First Lady. “I used to think that you was way too cold for me / Knew I had to up my bars one time, my G / I always knew I was the man but had to elevate my stats,” he sings.

Most of the EP consists of smooth jams like “Know / Vibes,” “Too Cool / Boujee” and “Coastin.” There are moments when Bellinger cranks up the tempo with Caribbean-inspired tracks “Make You Mine” and “Island.”

Term 2 follows a slew of EPs from Bellinger including Term 1, Eventually and Cuffing Season (Part 2). In a short letter to fans, Bellinger explained why he consistently releases music to his fans.

“Lately, I’ve been reflecting on my relationship with music, and I’ve come to realize that my duties as an artist are to simply create more music, to never stop creative music, and to create that music for you. It’s that simple,” he said.

Listen to Eric B for President: Term 2 below.

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Stream Vedo’s New Album ‘From Now On’

Emerging artist Vedo has released a brand new album titled From Now On. The album features 11 tracks, including the Natasha Mosley-assisted song “4 Walls.”

“Guys are too hard to say ‘I Love You’ and the women are too hard to ‘let the man be the man,'” Vedo told Rated R&B. “We need more love. The purpose of the album is to bring back the true essence of R&B and embody the woman.”

From Now On features production by Fortune, Tariq Beats, Paul Cabbin, VOV, Arto Beatz, Eif Keyz, Abel Beats, K City, Dee Money, Major 88, Vontae Thomas, Swiff D and VSN.

Vedo is an Atlanta resident by way of Benton Harbor, Mich. In 2013, Vedo competed on season four of NBC’s The Voice, where he was on Team Usher. After being eliminated and suffering the loss of his mother from stage 4 lung cancer, he continued to channel his musical abilities and push through to chase his dream. Aside from being an artist, Vedo also is a songwriter. He has written records for artists like Jason Derulo, Jacquees and Chris Brown.

Stream From Now On below.

Stream K. Michelle’s New Album ‘Kimberly: The People I Used to Know’

K. Michelle has released her fourth studio album, Kimberly: The People I Used to Know, on Atlantic Records. The 21-track project features guest appearances from R&B hitmakers Chris Brown and Jeremih.

The Memphis native shared a handful of songs leading up to the album’s release including “Make This Song Cry,” “Birthday,” “Either Way” and “Kim K.” On the latter track, some people assumed K. Michelle was throwing shots at Kim Kardashian. However, she explained the song is about cultural appropriation.

“I see some blogs trying to make My song ‘Kim K’ messy, lord if u only knew how fly I think she is,” K. Michelle tweeted. “People are me would tell u. The statement behind the song is black Women are rarely given credit for our cultural trends and flyness.”

She continued, “Truths can be spoken without a shade tree behind them. For ages Black women have been taught by society that our image isn’t good enough for mainstream or that we need to make changes. I believed them and made those SOME of those changes, only 2 regret it.”

On The People I Used to Know, Michelle takes listeners on a journey through her mind. “The album shows me and all my bipolar-ness so it really shows that and I hit on every single emotion of being a woman and being a growing woman,” she once told Billboard. “So it has, even for a man, a lot of things you can relate to you, a lot of life issues this time not just heartbreak but life in general.”

The People I Used to Know is the follow-up to K. Michelle’s 2016 album, More Issues Than Vogue, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Stream Kimberly: The People I Used to Know below.

Roy Woods Shares Debut Album ‘Say Less’

OVO Sound/Warner Bros. Records artist Roy Woods has released his debut album, Say Less. The album consists of 16 tracks including the title song and “Balance.” It also features guest appearances from his labelmates PARTYNEXTDOOR and dvsn, as well as PnB Rock and 24hrs.

Woods went on Instagram to express his excitement about his first full-length project. “This is a time that I dreamed of and worked my life off for,” Woods wrote. “I never thought I’d be here at 21 and the fact that my little sister Diana made the cover art means the world to me. I love you guys forever till death and never will Roy Woods stop being Roy Woods EVER. I love making music and I love my life with all you guys and I can’t wait to see you on tour soon.”

Stream Say Less below.

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