Stream PARTYNEXTDOOR’s New EP ‘Seven Days’

PARTYNEXTDOOR has music for days — well, at least seven. The OVO Sound artist has released a surprise EP titled Seven Days. 

The seven-track project includes a guest appearance from rapper Rick Ross (“Better Man”) and pop artist Halsey (“Damage”).

Seven Days comes after a slew of song releases including the Jadakiss-assisted “Cartier,” the Ty Dolla Sign-assisted “Put It On Silent (Remix)” and more.

Listen to Seven Days below.

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Stream K. Michelle’s New Album ‘Kimberly: The People I Used to Know’

K. Michelle has released her fourth studio album, Kimberly: The People I Used to Know, on Atlantic Records. The 21-track project features guest appearances from R&B hitmakers Chris Brown and Jeremih.

The Memphis native shared a handful of songs leading up to the album’s release including “Make This Song Cry,” “Birthday,” “Either Way” and “Kim K.” On the latter track, some people assumed K. Michelle was throwing shots at Kim Kardashian. However, she explained the song is about cultural appropriation.

“I see some blogs trying to make My song ‘Kim K’ messy, lord if u only knew how fly I think she is,” K. Michelle tweeted. “People are me would tell u. The statement behind the song is black Women are rarely given credit for our cultural trends and flyness.”

She continued, “Truths can be spoken without a shade tree behind them. For ages Black women have been taught by society that our image isn’t good enough for mainstream or that we need to make changes. I believed them and made those SOME of those changes, only 2 regret it.”

On The People I Used to Know, Michelle takes listeners on a journey through her mind. “The album shows me and all my bipolar-ness so it really shows that and I hit on every single emotion of being a woman and being a growing woman,” she once told Billboard. “So it has, even for a man, a lot of things you can relate to you, a lot of life issues this time not just heartbreak but life in general.”

The People I Used to Know is the follow-up to K. Michelle’s 2016 album, More Issues Than Vogue, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Stream Kimberly: The People I Used to Know below.

Roy Woods Shares Debut Album ‘Say Less’

OVO Sound/Warner Bros. Records artist Roy Woods has released his debut album, Say Less. The album consists of 16 tracks including the title song and “Balance.” It also features guest appearances from his labelmates PARTYNEXTDOOR and dvsn, as well as PnB Rock and 24hrs.

Woods went on Instagram to express his excitement about his first full-length project. “This is a time that I dreamed of and worked my life off for,” Woods wrote. “I never thought I’d be here at 21 and the fact that my little sister Diana made the cover art means the world to me. I love you guys forever till death and never will Roy Woods stop being Roy Woods EVER. I love making music and I love my life with all you guys and I can’t wait to see you on tour soon.”

Stream Say Less below.

Jessie Reyez Keeps it Bittersweet with ‘Cotton Candy’

Jessie Reyez Cotton Candy New Single

Rising singer Jessie Reyez is keeping things moving with the release of her latest single “Cotton Candy.”

On the somber tune, Reyez expresses her mixed feelings when she’s left in limbo by a lover. “Still waiting for your call / Aren’t you the one that’s supposed to pick me up when I fall / Nothing’s easy in this world / Baby, believe me I just hope you see it when you see me,” she sings.

In an Instagram post, Reyez detailed the inspiration behind the song’s title:

“Trying to brace myself for your call” new song is out. This one was made in my living room a year ago – the same heart break as “Figures”. The tears tasted the same. Me, a mic, a laptop, loss of appetite and rivers running down my face. Nothing sweet about it, so I figured it needed balance. That’s why this one is called “Cotton Candy” To anyone that’s been to my live show – this is the electric guitar song with black beauty.”

Jessie Reyez has had quite an interesting year, kicking off with her Kiddo EP, which cam out in April. The five song project garnered buzz from its heart wrenching single “Figures,” which has near 25 million plays on Spotify. Reyez then landed a a spot on the Nissan stage at the BET Awards in July. Reyes will be joining PartyNextDoor on “The Infinity Tour,” which begins in Dublin, Ireland in February.

Listen to “Cotton Candy” below.

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