LeToya Luckett Shares ‘In The Name of Love’ Video

LeToya Luckett has released the video for her song “In The Name of Love.”

The story picks back up with Omar and LeToya  coincidentally running into each other (again!) at a restaurant one night. When Omar tries to apologize and beg for LeToya’s forgiveness, she stops him in his tracks, letting him know that it’s over, for good. This sends Omar on a quest to win her back, which you’ll see play out by the end of the video.

On the Warryn Campbell produced record, LeToya is done with the childish games and is ready to embrace honesty and real love.

“Babe, there’s no other way I’d rather spend tomorrow/Than right next to you/Oh my baby, you could play them games, babe/But I know, you could have the world but you still can’t buy this/love, love, love, love,” she sings.

This is the third installment of the “Back 2 Life” mini-movie series, and also spotlights (what is hopefully her next single) “Grey,” which features rapper and good friend Ludacris. Both songs are pulled from her latest album Back 2 Life.

Watch the video for “In The Name of Love” below.

If you have some catching up to do, watch the videos for “Back 2 Life” and “Used To,” also known as parts one and two of the series, below.

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SZA Perfroms ‘The Weekend’ and ‘Love Galore’ on ‘SNL’

SZA is having an incredible year. After scoring a chart-topping album and five Grammy nominations, the New Jersey native kept the momentum going on Saturday Night Live. Serving as the musical guest, SZA performed her fan-favorite single “The Weekend” and her Travis-Scott assisted track “Love Galore.”

Backed by a choir and a live band, SZA did a stripped-down version of both tracks, which was pleasant. Her performance focused on her beautiful vocals and the lyricism of each song.

“The Weekend” and “Love Galore” are lifted from SZA’s debut album, Ctrl, which is out now. Both songs have a combined 192 million streams on Spotify alone.

Watch SZA’s performance below.

Kevin Ross Releases Visual for ‘Prototype’

In celebration of his birthday (Dec. 8), rising singer Kevin Ross debuted the visual for “Prototype,” lifted from his Drive EP. Directed by Marc Diamond, the dramatic clip opens with Ross taking pictures of a murder scene. When he goes to pull the sheet off the victim’s body, he is surprised to see who it is. From there, the video takes viewers back to what led up to the murder.

Watch Kevin Ross’ video for “Prototype” below.

Mary J. Blige Talks ‘Mudbound’ Film with Tracee Ellis Ross

Mary J. Blige visited Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night to promote her role in the Netflix film, Mudbound.

The 46-year-old singer shared tons of laughs with guest host Tracee Ellis Ross, as she answered random questions on whether she prefers a window seat or aisle seat on flights, if she ever Googles herself and her favorite superhero.

Following the icebreakers, Blige switched gears and discussed her role in Mudbound. “It’s really a powerful film and there is a happy ending,” she said. “It’s a very relative story to today as well because a lot of people don’t seem to get the memo that we are free. We’re all free. All nationalities. We’re free.”

Blige also talked about the 25th anniversary of her debut album What’s the 411? She recalled her early memories of coming to Hollywood that era. “Then I came back to shoot the “I’m Going Down” video for the My Life album,” said Blige.

Watch the hilarious interview below.

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