Justine Skye is gearing up to release her debut album, Ultraviolet, on January 19. The singer/model visited TRL to promote her new project with a special performance of the lead single “Don’t Think About It.”
In a span of six years, Justine Skye has released a mixtape and three EPs. Today, the singer/model embarks on a new chapter in her career with the release of her debut album, Ultraviolet, on Roc Nation Records.
Skye went to Instagram to express her gratitude for everyone involved in creating the album. “Thank you everyone who worked on a was apart of the journey for my first album,” she wrote. “Thank you to everyone who’s been rockin with from the jump. Thank you thank you thank you.”
The 10-track LP features guest appearances from Jeremih (“Back for More”) and Wizkid (“U Don’t Know”); production credits include Hit-Boy, Austin Powerz, Frank Dukes, Fred Ball and Jeff Shum.
After dropping his “Filthy” track two weeks ago, Justin Timberlake follows-up with a new song called “Supplies.” On The Neptunes-produced track, Timberlake tells his woman that even in an apocalypse, his love enough for survival.
“‘Cause I’ll be the light when you can’t see / I’ll be the wood when you need heat / I’ll be the generator, turn me on when you need electricity / Some shit’s ’bout to go down / I’ll be the one with the level head / The world could end now / Baby, we’ll be living in The Walking Dead,” sings Timberlake.
Timberlake also premiered the video for “Supplies,” which was directed by Dave Meyers. The politically-charged video opens with Timberlake sitting in front of a stack of television screens consuming visuals a lot of issues that are happening in this country — from the #MeToo movement to police brutality.
From the looks of the video, Timberlake wants the world to know how ‘woke’ he is. But is he? We’ll leave that up to you to decide.
On Feb. 2, he will release his fifth album, Man of the Woods, on RCA Records. On Feb. 4, he will take center stage as the headlining act of Super Bowl Halftime Show presented by Pepsi.
The dark visual takes place in an eerie prison where Tinashe and her troupe performs electrifying choreography. “We pulled up in Gucci dripped down in Gabbana / Bad as I wanna, only chasing commas,” she sings on the Stargate-produced cut.
“No Drama” is the new lead single from Tinashe’s oft-delayed sophomore album, Joy Ride, which is slated to release this year on RCA Records. Fans can expect the California native to drop two more tracks titled “Me So Bad” and “Faded Love.”