TLC Releases New Single ‘Way Back’ featuring Snoop Dogg

TLC is officially back! The legendary R&B group has released their new single “Way Back,” which features Snoop Dogg. A radio edit version of the song, which does not include Snoop Dogg, premiered on Thursday afternoon on iHeartRadio.

“We go way back / Like James Brown and Michael J / Like them high school parties / Some things don’t ever change / Yeah, you and me, we go way back,” TLC sings on the nostalgic, feel-good record.

“Way Back” is the first single off TLC’s fifth and final album, which is set to release on June 30. They are scheduled to film the music video for “Way Back” next week.

TLC’s fifth studio album will follow 2002’s 3D, which was released nearly seven months after member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez died in a car accident. The album debuted at no. 6 on the Billboard 200 with 143,000 copies sold in the first week.

Listen to “Way Back” by TLC below.

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Toni Braxton Releases New Song ‘Sex & Cigarettes’

With just a week until her new album Sex & Cigarettes hits stores, Toni Braxton shares the title track.

Over a piano production, a frustrated Braxton confronts her cheating man.”I can’t believe it, we’re going through this again / We’re too old, and I thought you’d outgrown this / This is driving me crazy, I can’t do this no more,” she sings on the raw ballad.

“Sex & Cigarettes” is the third track Braxton has shared from the album. In December, she released “Deadwood” as the lead track, before following up with “Long As I Live.” The latter single is now No. 13 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Songs chart and has over 520,000 streams on Spotify.

Sex & Cigarettes will arrive everywhere on March 23 via Def Jam Records.

Listen to “Sex & Cigarettes” below.

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Listen to Trevor Jackon’s New Song ‘Apocalypse’

After capping off 2017 with “NightTime,” Trevor Jackson drops a new track titled “Apocalypse.” The upbeat selection is lifted from Jackson’s forthcoming EP, Rough Drafts Pt. 1. 

The Caribbean-inspired song is about being in love with someone until the world ends. “The track is about that feeling of being confused about yourself or parts of your relationship,” Jackson told Vibe. “However, the one thing you do know for sure is that you need that person. Even if it was the end of the world you’d want them next to you.”

Jackson will serve as the supporting act on Justine Skye’s Ultraviolet Tour, which kicks off on March 21 in Washington, D.C.

In other news, Jackson’s hit show Grown-ish was renewed by Freeform earlier this year for a 20-episode second season. The show was renewed after just airing four episodes. Jackson will also star in the remake of the 1972 blaxploitation film Superflywhich is being filmed in Atlanta.

Listen to “Apocalypse” by Trevor Jackson below.

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Ro James Salutes The Notorious B.I.G. on New Song ‘Lost My Mind’

Emerging singer Ro James has been gone for a minute but he’s back with new music. The New York native pays homage to a hometown legend The Notorious B.I.G. (a.k.a. Biggie Smalls) on his latest track “Lost My Mind.”

Released on the 21st anniversary of the rapper’s untimely death (March 9), James uses Biggie’s vocals from his song titled “Niggas,” lifted from 1999’s Born Again album, to make a smooth ride along jam on finding a girl who can handle his fast-paced lifestyle.

“If you think that you can handle it (it’s alright) / My love is like gambling (it’s alright) / Girl you know how we be dealing (it’s alright) / Got you all in yo’ feelings (it’s alright) / Can’t have me all the time baby (it’s alright),” he sings on the Salaam Remi-produced cut.

James shared a message on Instagram before the track was uploaded to Soundcloud. “Paying Homage to the Icon and Legend “The Notorious BIG.” As we Celebrate his life today. Thankful for the inspiration. 90s Hip Hop & RnB plays a huge influence on my being. The Vibe the style the music mixed with some country and some Nasty and Rock and Roll and you Get ME .🌹🇵🇦 Decided to Drop a lil Gem,” wrote James.

“Lost My Mind” is undoubtedly a holdover track until James releases his official first single off his anticipated follow-up to 2016’s Eldorado. The album’s lead single “Permission” earned him a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Performance at the 2017 ceremony.

Listen to “Lost My Mind” below.

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