Bryson Tiller Enlists SZA for European Leg of ‘Set it Off Tour’

Two of R&B’s hottest acts have just joined forces. That’s right: Bryson Tiller has enlisted SZA for the European leg of  his Set It Off Tour. The dates are set for this fall beginning October 17 in Marseilles, France and ending in Dublin, Ireland on Nov. 30.

This announcement couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time for both artists. Tiller, whose sophomore album True to Self debuted at No. 1 last month, just finished the U.S. run of the tour with special guests H.E.R. and Metro Boomin. SZA has also been keeping busy with the release of her No. 3 peaking debut album Ctrl and the announcement of her own headlining tour last week.

SZA is only one of special guests that will be featured on Tiller’s tour, with the others TBA. Tickets go on sale this Friday, July 14.

Take a look at the rest of the dates below.


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Ready, Set, Release: 10 R&B Albums We’re Anticipating This Year

Will 2018 be the year our favorite established and budding artist use their new opportunities to take the music industry by storm?

This dream could turn into a reality for many artists. For starters, an artist could go on tour for thousands to perform their biggest hits, or sing for hundreds to reconnect with them on an intimate level.

Then again, an artist could align themselves with lucrative brands to influence consumers to believe in their products while gaining exposure from a new audience for themselves.

But the simplest approach to keep your names in the headlines is to release new music. An artist whose album release is more anticipated than a Lebron Ring finds this selling tactic the easiest.

With the help of our faithful readers, we’ve compiled a list of 10 artists who we hope drop an album this year.


Jacquees has been bubbling for more than seven years and still has not released a debut album. The Rich Gang crooner has kept us occupied with consistent material while gassing us about his debut album, 4275, which was expected to drop in 2017. Is Jacquees debut album caught up in the rapture of Cash Money’s financial scrambles? Is Jacquees still recording and perfecting his first album? No one can accurately give a reason to his album delay, but we do know he’s joining forces with Chris Brown for a mixtape, promising to “fuck this R&B shit up.”

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

Ravyn Lenae Sticky Video

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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SZA Performs ‘Broken Clocks’ at 2018 Grammys

SZA may have left the 2018 Grammys empty-handed, but she made a lasting impression on critics and viewers with her “Broken Clocks” performance.

Sporting a shredded jersey and ripped denim, the five-time Grammy-nominated songstress sung her latest single boldly with help of a full band and live forest backdrop.

SZA was nominated for five Grammys including Best R&B Performance for “The Weekend,” Best Urban Contemporary Album for Ctrl and Best New Artist. Speaking of the latter category, SZA is the first female R&B artist to be nominated for Best New Artist since Keri Hilson in 2010. If you ask me, she’s still a winner.

Watch her performance below.

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