Janine Drops New Song ‘Never the Right Time’

Rising singer Janine has been constantly dropping gems this year. The Atlantic Records signee is back with another smooth tune titled “Never The Right Time.”

Over a calming production, she sings about a potential relationship that could happen if the timing was right. “I could hold you down / But, it’s never the right, never the right time / We could change things now / But, this isn’t the right, it’s never the right time,” Janine sings.

She continues, “You just broke up your hell / And I’m back with someone new / If we had more time in the same zone, he could have been you.”

“When I first heard the producers play the instrumental for ‘Never The Right Time’ I was like ‘whose song is this it is amazing?!’ and they told me it was a beat they made a little while ago,” Janine said in statement. “I fell in love with how sexy and smooth the beat is and felt so lucky I got to hear it as a finished beat and write to it. ‘Never the Right Time’ is my favorite slow jam on the album and one of my favorite songs. I hope lots of babies are made to it.”

Listen to “Never the Right Time” below.

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Drew Scott Shares ‘Unhealthy’ Song

Grammy-nominated singer/producer Drew Scott returns with a brand new track called “Unhealthy.” The self-produced track is the second single from his third and final Places I’ve Ever Been series, which will release in March.

Over an alluring production, Scott sings about being so addicted to one’s love that it becomes unhealthy.

“Love can be healing or toxic,” said Scott. “Depending on the amount [dosage] you intake, love can have you on a high or go through withdrawals. There comes a point in every relationship you have to analyze if you’re the buyer or supplier of love.”

Listen to “Unhealthy” below.

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.

Stream SiR’s Debut Album ‘November’

After much anticipation, Top Dawg Entertainment artist SiR has released his debut full-length album titled November. 

The 11-track project includes SiR’s previously released singles “Something Foreign” featuring ScHoolboy Q and “Something New” featuring Etta Bond. For production, the Inglewood native worked with Harmony Samuels, DJ Khalil and Andre Harris, to name a few.

In addition to SiR’s new album, he premiered a steamy visual for the closing track, “Summer in November,” directed by Karena Evans.

Next month, SiR will join Miguel on his War & Leisure Tour as a special guest.The 34-city tour kicks off in Portland, OR on February 22 and runs through April 12, ending in Berkeley, CA. Tickets are on sale now.

Stream November below.

Watch SiR’s “Summer in November” video below.

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