Listen to Tone Stith’s New Project ‘Can We Talk’

We asked for more music and Tone Stith has delivered. The emerging R&B singer has released a new mixtape titled Can We Talk. 

On the ten-track project, the Jersey-bred artist explores love in a multitude of ways: by going on a “Date” (and refraining from cell phone use during the date); giving his special lady some much needed attention on “Birthday at Midnight”; and even denouncing childish games on “Running Out.”

The project also includes previously released The Prblm Slurs-Produced banger “Get It Right,” which has already racked up an impressive 45,000+ plays in a month’s time on Soundcloud. See the rest of the track listing below:

Stith is currently signed to Young Empire Music Group. CEO of YEMG Jas Prince, who’s credited for aiding in the discovery of worldwide superstar Drake, said in an interview with Forbes that Stith reminds him “of Michael [Jackson], Quincy [Jones] and [the singer] Prince, all in one.”

You can catch the emerging singer on tour as one of the opening acts for August Alsina’s “Don’t Matter Tour” later this month, with dates running through the beginning of September. But for now, stream Tone Stith’s “Can We Talk” mixtape below.

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Listen to August Alsina’s ‘Don’t Matter (Remix)’ featuring Zayn

August Alsina teams with Zayn for a stirring remix to his track “Don’t Matter,” which originally dropped last June.

The track, which includes a steamy verse from Zayn, is actually a leak that surfaced online. The former One Direction member went to Twitter to address the leak. “This was not a song I intended to put out, but due to unprofessionalism has been leaked by someone and my fans mean more to me than a stupid leak, so here it is free for you to enjoy, before my music drops,” he said.

Alsina responded to Zayn’s tweet with, “Zayn, I’m sending an abundance of love to you! You are my brother, I am yours. I don’t know how this happened but WAY TO MAKE LEMONS INTO LEMONADE. (& a great batch, might I add) 😂😭🙏🏽 we do great work together.”

Although the remix wasn’t meant to be released, it definitely serves as a nice treat to Alsina’s fans, especially with the delay of his third album. Last November, Alsina blasted his label for holding his new album “hostage.”

“I would love to put my album out but DEF JAM is holding it/me hostage because the system is not up & running until next year so they basically dont exist,” Alsina tweeted. “The label is just TRASH .. I will release free music soon but that has been the hold up. Tell Them to FREE ME 🗣& the Album🗣”

Listen to August Alsina and Zayn’s “Don’t Matter” remix below.

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Tone Stith Covers ‘Honey’ by Kehlani

After remaking Drake’s “Something” last month, Tone Stith takes a dip into Kehlani’s sweet new single “Honey.”

“I like my girls just like I like my honey; sweet / A little selfish I like my women like I like my money; green,” he sings over the simplistic production.

Kehlani caught wind of the cover and praised Stith for his amazing rendition. “THIS IS SO GOOD I COULD CRY! Wow Tone Stith you make me SICKKK,” Kehlani wrote on Instagram.

Last month, Stith released the video for “Let Me” from his latest project, Can We Talk. 

Listen to Tone Stith’s “Honey” cover below.

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Dondria Releases ‘Dondria Duets 4’ Mixtape

Dondria has finally ended her six-year Dondria Duets drought with the release of the fourth installment.

The nine-track mixtape includes the So So Def singer’s version of Charlie Puth’s “How Long,” Childish Gambino’s “Redbone,” Khalid’s “Location” and Bruno Mars’ “Versace on the Floor,” to name a few.

Dondria Duets: 4 is the follow-up project to The Day to the Don which was released in July 2017.

Stream Dondria Duets: 4 below.

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