Stream Ledisi’s New Album ‘Let Love Rule’

The fall season is shaping up to be a great one for R&B music, and Ledisi is adding herself to the mix with her new album Let Love Rule.

“This album was one of the hardest I’ve ever worked on,” the 45-year old vocalist said in an interview with Billboard. “We were looking for songs that could stand the test of time. This wasn’t a quickie; it was about great songwriting. I’ve come back to what I love about R&B and also what I love about today’s music.”

She is 4/4 with the music she’s already released ahead of the album: The jazzy (and potential single) “Add to Me,” the soulful “Here,” the vocal-tastic duet with BJ the Chicago Kid “Us 4Ever,” and the trap adjacent lead single “High.”

This is Ledisi’s ninth studio album, and features John Legend, healing guru Iyanla Vanzant, and journalist Soledad O’Brien. “High” reached the Top 10 of the Urban AC chart earlier this month, and currently sits at No. 9.

Stream Let Love Rule in its entirety below and read our review here.

 

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Stream Siergio’s New Album ‘This Will Hurt’

Emerging singer-songwriter Siergio has released his new album titled This Will Hurt. The 13-track offering — which includes his single “On My Way” — reached No. 1 on the iTunes R&B Albums chart.

The Atlanta-based artist went to Instagram to express his excitement. “Number freaking 1!!! Thank y’all so much man! I’m so speechless! I’m so full! God is working,” he wrote.

Speaking on his new album, Siergo said, “This Will Hurt is a walk through my heart in the last year and a half — my ups and downs in love and finding my way back to being single. This album is my most honest project to date and every song allows you to see how things unfolded and were put back together again.”

Stream This Will Hurt below.

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Ruff Endz Returns with New Album ‘Soul Brothers’

It’s been eight years since Ruff Endz — Dante Jordan and David Chance — released an album, but the duo returns with a brand new project titled Soul Brothers. The Baltimore natives quietly released the album on January 12 via Chance Music Group.

“This album is unique in the sense of being a project that represents David and Dante,” Chance told RnB Junkie. “This is a project that was birthed out of us being in the studio and our creation.”

Jordan added, “It’s positive music — something you can play anywhere and around any crowd…and not having to worry about the words or subject matter getting too racy.”

Soul Brothers is the follow-up to Ruff Endz’ third album, The Final Chapter (2008), which was promoted as their last project.

Ruff Endz is namely known for their debut single, “No More” (2000), which peaked at No. 5 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Their 2002 single “Someone to Love You” reached No. 49 on the Hot 100.

Stream Soul Brothers below. You won’t be disappointed.

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Motown Records’ R&B Group JamesDavis Drops New EP ‘217’

Alternative R&B trio JamesDavis makes their formal introduction with the release of their first EP, 217, on Motown Records.

The three-track set, which is the first installment of their two-part EP series, fuses R&B with modern rock influences and pop undertones. The EP is described as an extension of epilogues constantly forming in their heads.

JamesDavis consists of a group of siblings — fraternal twin sisters Jess and Ray, and their younger brother Auston.

They plan to release the second part of the EP series soon, before following-up with their debut album.

Listen to 217 below.

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