Listen to Steve Lacy’s Debut EP, ‘Steve Lacy’s Demo’

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Steve Lacy of the alternative R&B band The Internet has released his debut EP, Steve Lacy’s Demo. Described as “a song series” on Lacy’s Soundcloud page, Steve Lacy’s Demo features six tracks including “Dark Red.”

Lacy is the third member of the band to release a solo project. His EP follows Matt Martian’s Drum Chord Theory and Syd’s Fin. 

Lacy and the rest of The Internet are currently on tour together promoting their music. The tour will wrap up on March 19 at The Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, Calif.

Stream Steve Lacy’s Demo below.

Watch Steve Lacy’s video for “Ryd/Dark Red” below.

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Ravyn Lenae Gives ’70s Flair in ‘Sticky’ Video

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Wigs, afros, and glitter galore! Ravyn Lenae has just dropped the video for her song “Sticky.”

Channeling Donna Summer, Lenae sports a shimmery red-eye makeup and partying with her equally-flaired friends. On this groovy track, she’s dangerously in love with her unpredictable love interest.

“You know I cannot shake ya / You know I cannot break ya / You only fool me then you lose me / Then right back I take ya / You know we’re bad together / You don’t want this forever / Then I look stupid, call me foolish / But I’ll do whatever,” she sings.

“Sticky” is the first single from Lenae’s upcoming Crush EP, which she worked on with singer-songwriter Steve Lacy in its entirety.

The Atlantic Records signee made some major moves last year. She toured with rapper Noname and joined SZA on her Ctrl Tour.

“Crush” is slated for a February 9 release. Watch the “Sticky” video below.

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Stream Siergio’s New Album ‘This Will Hurt’

Emerging singer-songwriter Siergio has released his new album titled This Will Hurt. The 13-track offering — which includes his single “On My Way” — reached No. 1 on the iTunes R&B Albums chart.

The Atlanta-based artist went to Instagram to express his excitement. “Number freaking 1!!! Thank y’all so much man! I’m so speechless! I’m so full! God is working,” he wrote.

Speaking on his new album, Siergo said, “This Will Hurt is a walk through my heart in the last year and a half — my ups and downs in love and finding my way back to being single. This album is my most honest project to date and every song allows you to see how things unfolded and were put back together again.”

Stream This Will Hurt below.

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Ruff Endz Returns with New Album ‘Soul Brothers’

It’s been eight years since Ruff Endz — Dante Jordan and David Chance — released an album, but the duo returns with a brand new project titled Soul Brothers. The Baltimore natives quietly released the album on January 12 via Chance Music Group.

“This album is unique in the sense of being a project that represents David and Dante,” Chance told RnB Junkie. “This is a project that was birthed out of us being in the studio and our creation.”

Jordan added, “It’s positive music — something you can play anywhere and around any crowd…and not having to worry about the words or subject matter getting too racy.”

Soul Brothers is the follow-up to Ruff Endz’ third album, The Final Chapter (2008), which was promoted as their last project.

Ruff Endz is namely known for their debut single, “No More” (2000), which peaked at No. 5 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Their 2002 single “Someone to Love You” reached No. 49 on the Hot 100.

Stream Soul Brothers below. You won’t be disappointed.

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