Stream THEY.’s Debut Album ‘Nu Religion: HYENA’


Dante Jones and Drew Love, better known together as THEY., has released their debut album Nu Religion: HYENA. The album is a follow-up to the duo’s critically-acclaimed Nu Religion EP.

The album consists of 14 tracks including previously released songs “Deep End,” “Motley Crue,” “What You Want,” “Say When and “U-RITE.”

Nu Religion was not only just the name of our first EP but it was kinda like a belief system that we have,” Love said. “Really were just about empowering people to really make a difference in this world, to really try new things, to really break the mold from what other people are doing. [This] is the next chapter of the Nu Religion and it’s called Hyena, which is really about expressing yourself, being an individual, being everything you can because I feel like right now a lot of people are really doing a lot of emulating…they’re really not expressing themselves the way they truly could.”

On March 7, THEY will kick off their Nu Religion Tour in Seattle, Wash. THEY will visit major cities in North America including Dallas, New Orleans, Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia, before wrapping up in Los Angeles on April 4.

Stream THEY.’s debut album Nu Religion: HYENA below.

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Stream Janine’s Debut Album ’99’

Janine has finally released her debut album, 99.

Produced by Jono Dorr and œç¡l, the 11-track offering finds the Atlantic Records signee opting out of guest appearances. This approach allows listeners to stay focused only on her alluring voice and lyrical content. The LP includes fan favorites “Unstable,” “Never the Right Time,” “Hold On,” and “Too Late.” The latter track has an accompanying visual.

Janine shared the significance of her album title. “The name 99 stands for being one step away from being complete,” she said. “It’s also the time I started to become conscious of the music I really liked. A lot of music from the late ’90s and early 2000s ended up being a huge influence on the album.”

Janine recently celebrated her 99 album release party with her family, friends, fans and industry tastemakers in Los Angeles. She made a homemade hot sauce for everyone as giveaways.

Dive into Janine’s new album 99 below.

Jessie J Shares Final Installment of ‘R.O.S.E’ Album (Empowerment)

Jessie J concludes her R.O.S.E. tetralogy with the final installment titled Empowerment.

On the four-track offering, the vocalist searches for love and serenity. She delivers a standout performance on “Somebody’s Lady,” which is a beautifully sung ballad on longing to be that special woman in a man’s life.

Collectively, Jessie J has showered fans with 16-tracks throughout the campaign for R.O.S.E. She released the first three installments Realisations, Obsessions and Sex earlier this week.

One thing is certain: Jessie J kept listeners itching for more new music with each release. Will other artists follow this unique album roll out? Only time will tell.

Listen to Empowerment below.

Stream Part Three of Jessie J’s ‘R.O.S.E.’ Album (Sex)

Jessie J unleashes Sex, the third installment of her four-part album R.O.S.E.

The four-track offering includes her single “Queen,” which has an empowering visual. Sex also features a sample of Cheryl Lynn’s hit song “Got To Be Real” on the end track titled “Play,” which was produced by Hitmaka.

Tomorrow (May 25), Jessie J will release Empowerment, the fourth and final installment of R.O.S.E. She released Realisations and Obsessions earlier this week.

Stream Sex below.

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