MAJOR. Shares New Song and Video: ‘Honest’

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MAJOR. is back on the R&B scene with his new ballad “Honest.”

On the Harmony Samuels-produced ballad, the song finds MAJOR. opening up about his faults and flaws in an effort to set his current relationship on the right path.

“I just want to be honest / I just want to be honest / With all my faults around, I may let you down / I just want to be honest / Oh, oh, oh honest / I can’t do it without you / don’t wanna let you do,” he sings.

In an interview with Billboard, the 33-year-old singer further explains the inspiration for his new track. “I wanted to give voice to the pain and shame we often keep locked inside. So now that you know who I am, will you still love me for me? My hero Michael Jackson dared us to face ourselves in ‘Man in the Mirror.’ ‘Honest’ is my response.”

“Honest” is the first single from MAJOR.’s untitled sophomore project, which is slated for a first quarter release in 2018. He is looking to build upon the success of his breakout hit “Why I Love You,” which cracked the top 5 on Billboard’s Adult R&B chart last year.

Stream “Honest” below.

Watch the music video for “Honest” below.

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Kali Uchis Releases New Single ‘After the Storm’

Kali Uchis New Single

Kali Uchis has just released her new single “After the Storm.”

On the soulful single, which features rapper Tyler, The Creator and funk legend Bootsy Collins, Uchis expresses hope for a better tomorrow, and suggest other do the same.

The sun’ll come out / Nothing good ever comes easy / I know times are rough / But winners don’t quit / So don’t you give up / The sun’ll come out / But we’ve been struggling endless days / Someday we’ll find the love / ‘Cause after the storm’s / When the flowers bloom,” she sings.

The BADBADNOTGOOD-produced single is the third offering from Uchis’ upcoming debut album Fool’s Paradise, which is slated for a Spring releases. Previously released singles include Nuestro Planeta featuring Reykon and the sensual summer stunner “Tyrant,” which features British R&B singer Jorja Smith.

You can catch Kali Uchis as a featured act alongside Jhené Aiko on Lana Del Rey’s LA to the Moon Tour, which runs through mid February. You can purchase tickets here.

Stream “After The Storm” featuring Tyler, The Creator and Bootsy Collins below.

Justine Skye Takes Us to ‘Heaven’ on New Song

Justine Skye is keeping the train moving with the release of her new song “Heaven.”

On the Charles Henshaw and Fred Ball-penned track, the 22-year-old songstress has finally met someone that has changed her life for the better.

“You got me feeling like I’m finally here / But it’s no wonder you gon’ leave me hurt / ‘Cause you make me feel like heaven all the time / All the time, all the time, all the time, yeah/I always feel like I’m forsaken / With you I feel saved, yeah / My heart has always hit the pavement / I’ve never been a saint but maybe that’ll change,” she sings.

“Heaven” is the fifth track release ahead of Skye’s debut album Ultraviolet, which is due January 19. Other single releases include “U Don’t Know” featuring WizKid, “Back For More” featuring Jeremih, “Don’t Think About It” and “Goodlove.”

Stream “Heaven” below.

Mary J. Blige Releases New Uplifting Track ‘Bounce Back’

In celebration of her 47th birthday (Jan. 11), Mary J. Blige released a brand new track titled “Bounce Back.” On the uplifting track, Blige sings about how she pulls through during the difficult times in her life.

“What I been through (yeah) / All I the suffering and the fighting but I still pull through (yeah) / Still we rise and we fall every time,” Blige sings. “You I know I always bounce back / Never turn back / Love is like that,” she continues.

“Bounce Back” appears to be a treat to Blige’s fans. The song is currently only available to stream on Soundcloud.

This is been an eventful week for Blige. On her birthday, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. “I’m so grateful for this star right now because I’ve earned it probably three times,” she said. “I say that with confidence and not arrogance. I say it because I know that now, and I know my worth, and what this means.”

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