Prince Charlez Wants to ‘Make It Work’ on New Song

Prince Charlez is one of today’s most sought-after songwriters. His lethal writing talents can be found in album credits for established artists such as Rihanna (“Needed Me”), Beyoncé (“Ring Off”) and Mary J. Blige (“U + Me (Love Lesson)”).The Compton native, now signed to Republic Records, looks to pen his own hits and hopes to “Make It Work” on his latest offering.

On the Sounwave produced track, Charlez wears many hats — songwriter, singer, rapper and background vocalist. His raspy tones and lyrical flow blend well behind the thumping production.

“Can we make it work this time? / love’s back around,” he coos on the mesmerizing chorus.

Prior to “Make It Work,” Charlez released two other tracks, “Can I” and “Back Around” on his official VEVO account.

Listen to Prince’s new song “Make It Work” below.

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Avehre Finds Himself ‘Shattered’ on New Song

Rising R&B singer Avehre is back with a brand new track called “Shattered.” On the raw and honest track, an emotional Avehre sings about lost love.

In a statement to Rated R&B, Avehre said, “‘Shattered’ is about a love that was meant to last forever — a love I never wanted to fade away. Unfortunately, we grew apart. Everything we built was shattered in the wind. We could have maybe worked it out. We could have rekindled things but I was left standing there alone,” he said. “Sometimes I reflect on past situations and wonder ‘what if?'” I think we’ve all been there. I remember recording this song in the studio and singing from a place of brokenness, yet clarity because I was clear on what we could’ve been had they stayed.”

“Shattered” is not an official single, rather it’s something to hold over listeners while he works on his next project that is slated to release some time in 2018.

Stream “Shattered” below.

Listen to Teenear’s New Song ‘All I Want’

Rising singer Teenear has released her brand new single titled “All I Want.” Produced by Anthony Franks this heartfelt single tells a story of a girl missing the love of her life and reminiscing on her memories of their relationship.

““All I Want’ is a song about someone that does nothing but make you feel pure joy when you’re around them — but they can’t always be around,” Teenear said. “It expresses genuinely being in love and wanting to always be in the moment with someone that makes you feel nothing but love.”

“All I Want” follows Teenear’s Fetty Wap-assisted single “Love Me Or Leave Me.”

Watch the lyric video for “All I Want” below.

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.

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