Bryan-Michael Cox Shares Unreleased Leah LaBelle Song, ‘Stereo’

We can always count on music to help us through tough times. Following the tragic death of Leah LaBelle, Bryan-Michael Cox pays homage to her by sharing an unreleased track he produced titled “Stereo.”

“I was randomly going through some of my drives and found a collection of songs that I produced with Leah,” Cox wrote on SoundCloud. “My heart is still very heavy, so I thought I’d share this one with you guys.”

On the heartfelt track, LaBelle uses a radio as a metaphor to describe the love she has for her man.

“On like a radio / Love you in stereo / From left to right baby / Boy, let me turn you on / On like a DJ, playing your favorite song,” LaBelle sings on the catchy chorus.

Earlier this month, Jermaine Dupri shared an unreleased song by LaBelle titled “Scumbag.”

“Stereo” and “Scumbag” are equally strong tracks and further proves how much of an underrated artist LaBelle.

Listen to “Stereo” by Leah LaBelle below.

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Mya Releases New Song ‘You Got Me’

Mya blesses fans with a new song called “You Got Me.”

On the snappy groove, the R&B siren wants to leave her partner with a lasting experience in the bedroom, so he won’t lust for other women when he’s out on the road.

“They’ll never do you like me / They’ll never touch you like me / Have you going crazy, make you call me trouble / A dose is not enough, I’ll have you doing doubles,” she sings.

“You Got Me” is the follow-up track to her sexy track “Ready For Whatever” which came out in September. Both songs are expected to be featured on Mya’s nameless upcoming album.

Listen to “You Got Me” below.

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Willie Taylor Releases New Song ‘Naked’ featuring Jeremih

Valentine’s Day may be over but love is still in the air. Willie Taylor of Day26 teams with his cousin Jeremih for a sexy new track titled “Naked.” The title of the track is pretty self-explanatory. The two sing about an intimate night with a love interest.

“Enough with the drunk talk, we already faded / And right now these clothes are overrated, can I take them off?” Taylor sings.

Jeremih comes towards the end of the track and sings about recording his session. “Camera’s on don’t you act funny on me / Booty so stupid, go dummy on it / Throw it back, I’ma throw money on that,” he sings.

Listen to “Naked” below.

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