Stream Lyrica Anderson’s New Album ‘Adia’

Lyrica Anderson Adia

Singer-songwriter Lyrica Anderson has released her latest project titled Adia.

In an Instagram post detailing what the album means to her, she said “This ALBUM Is dedicated to my twin Sister!!! #ADIA Thank You for giving me the strength to get through this Season of life and face everything I’ve been suppressing with that thank you for walking with me and helping me have the strength to share with the world on this season of #Lhhh !! This album is dedicated to you and for YOU!!! Your name means a gift from God in Swahili and you are my gift from God and this is my gift to you!!!!!”

Lyrica’s music career spans back to 2009, but notably begins in 2012 with the release of her “King Me” mixtape in 2012. Over the years, the “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” star has written songs for Demi Lovato, Tinashe, and Beyonce. In 2014, she released her debut EP King Me and eventually released her debut album Hello in 2015.

Adia is Lyrica’s second project this year, after releases her Nasha Pearl EP in May. The album is preceded by singles “Don’t Take it Personal,” “Dolla Bills” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, and “Somebody.”

Stream Adia in full below.

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From 2008: R&B Albums That Turn 10 This Year

Another ten years has caught up with us in the realm of R&B music.

Let’s jog your memory for a minute. For starters, 2008 saw Mariah Carey touch the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for the 18th time with “Touch My Body.” Usher showed his strength by “Moving Mountains,” while Beyoncé led ladies to the club, singing, “If you liked it, then you should have put a ring on it.”

We heard the debut projects from Day26, Jennifer Hudson, Tiffany Evans and Jazmine Sullivan. Also, 2008 ended listeners music drought from veterans Deborah Cox, Ashanti, Keith Sweat and Brandy.

Rated R&B has compiled a list of 31 R&B/soul albums that celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2018.

Randomness: On November 4, 2008, Barack Obama won presidency, becoming the first African-American to be elected as President of the United States.

Raheem DeVaughn — Love Behind the Melody
Release Date: January 15
Record Label: Jive Records
Singles: “Woman,” “Customer” and “Text Messages”

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Chris Brown Releases Deluxe Edition of ‘Heartbreak on a Full Moon’

Seriously, how much music does Chris Brown have on his hard drive? After dropping his 45-track album Heartbreak on a Full Moon on Halloween, the Virginia native returns with a deluxe edition.

The updated version includes 12 new songs (a total of 57 tracks) with guest appearances from Ella Mai, Agnez Mo, Trippie Redd and Solo Lucci.

Brown teased fans on Tuesday night with a cryptic message on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/chrisbrown/status/940801128878477314

Stream the deluxe edition of Heartbreak on a Full Moon below.

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