Stream October London’s ‘Color Blind: Hate & Happiness’ EP

Following his breakout debut EP, Color Blind: Love, October London returns with the sequel, Color Blind: Hate & Happiness. The seven-track project includes a guest feature from London’s mentor Snoop Dogg (“Top Down”).

“The idea of the EP stemmed from my love of old school music,” London said. “Snoop and I were admiring the authenticity of the sound and passion in old school music.”

He adds,”I wanted to highlight the different moods that affected me most as a fan of music: Love, Hate, and Happiness. Old school music was my foundation and I wanted to pay tribute to that and build on that.”

Listen to Color Blind: Hate & Happiness below.

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Chris Brown Releases Deluxe Edition of ‘Heartbreak on a Full Moon’

Seriously, how much music does Chris Brown have on his hard drive? After dropping his 45-track album Heartbreak on a Full Moon on Halloween, the Virginia native returns with a deluxe edition.

The updated version includes 12 new songs (a total of 57 tracks) with guest appearances from Ella Mai, Agnez Mo, Trippie Redd and Solo Lucci.

Brown teased fans on Tuesday night with a cryptic message on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/chrisbrown/status/940801128878477314

Stream the deluxe edition of Heartbreak on a Full Moon below.

Stream Guordan Banks’ Debut Album ‘Unpopular’

Guordan Banks has been grinding for years as a singer and a songwriter. After scoring a hit with “Keep You in Mind,” the Philadelphia native has finally released his highly-awaited debut album, Unpopular. Led by the single “I Wanna Be Yours,” which has over 1.3 million stream on Spotify, the album includes guest appearances from Sonya Elise and Tdot illdude.

In a past interview with Rated R&B, Banks shared the inspiration behind Unpopular. “It’s pretty much how, for me, I stuck to who I was. I never tried to conform or fit in or be anyone else. I just stayed true to myself and my sound,” he said. “A lot of the same people who love my music now kind of didn’t understand it then. But it’s OK because that’s how things happen. I just want to send a signal that stay true to yourself, believe in who you are, make the mirror your best friend…that’s how you really get to identify with true love within yourself. One day people will see it and you will inspire someone else to be themselves. I think that’s a short story of why I named it Unpopular.”

Listen to Unpopular below.

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