Leela James Unveils ‘Did It For Love’ Album Cover and Track List

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Leela James has shared the official artwork and track list for her upcoming album, Did It For Love. 

The black and white cover features James wearing a shiny ensemble as she stands against a wooden wall.  Did It For Love, which releases on March 31, features 11 songs and an interlude called “Real Talk — Relationships.”

Did It For Love follows James’ 2014 album, Fall For You, which featured her hit song “Set Me Free.”

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, James also previewed “This Day Is For You” in a special video.

To all the lovers out there, here's a special treat and early listen to my song #ThisDayIsForYou from my forthcoming album #DidItForLove out March 31st! Pre-order exclusively the entire album and get tickets to my upcoming tour at LeelaJames.com

Posted by Leela James on Monday, February 13, 2017

Did It For Love Track List 

1. Hard For Me
2. Don’t Mean a Thang
3. Don’t Want You Back
4. Real Talk – Relationships (Interlude)
5. I Remember
6. Good To Love You
7. There 4 U
8. This Day Is For You
9. Take Me
10. All Over Again
11. Our Love
12. Did It For Love

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Beyoncé and JAY-Z Release Joint Album ‘Everything Is Love’

Beyoncé and JAY-Z surprise fans with the release of their highly anticipated joint album, Everything is Love. The nine-track offering includes guest appearances from Pharrell Williams (“Nice”) and Migos (“Apeshit”).

The powerful couple is currently on the European leg of their On The Run II Tour. The North American leg will kick off on July 25 in Cleaveland, with stops in Philadelphia, Boston, Atlanta, Detroit and Los Angeles.

Stream Everything Is Love on Tidal.

Watch their visual for “Apeshit” below.

Miguel, Daniel Caesar and SiR to Perform at 2018 BET Awards

R&B music will be well-represented at this year’s BET Awards. Daniel Caesar, Miguel and SiR have been added to the lineup of artists scheduled to perform at the 18th annual award show.

As previously announced, Janelle Monae, Ella Mai and H.E.R. will bring perform material from their new and forthcoming releases.

Along with announcing more performers, the BET Networks has selected Chloe x Halle, Bobby Brown, Trevor Jackson and Jacob Latimore to present awards to winners.

The 2018 BET Awards nominations were revealed last month with Rihanna and SZA among the top nominees. Bruno Mars, Bryson Tiller and Chris Brown each landed three nominations.

The 2018 BET Awards, hosted by Jamie Foxx,  will air live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, June 24 at 8 p.m. ET.

Ella Mai Announces ‘The Boo’d Up Tour’

Ella Mai invites fans to be “Boo’d Up” with her on the road this summer. The R&B newbie has shared dates for her upcoming tour, which will kick off on August 6 in Dallas.

Mai will travel to major cities across North America including Atlanta, Brooklyn, Toronto and Las Vega before she wraps up in Seattle, Washington on August 28. Mai is still working on which cities to perform at on August 22 and 24.

The tour announcement comes after her summer anthem “Boo’Up” reached an all-new peak (No. 6) on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and topped the urban radio chart. “NUMBER 6 ON THE HOT 100, NUMBER 1 AT URBAN RADIO 🎉 can’t wait to see you all and celebrate my favourite way possible,” she shared.

Ahead of her summer tour, Mai can be seen performing at this year’s BET Awards. Visit Ella Mai’s official website for ticket information.

The Boo’d Up Tour dates
August 6 – Dallas, TX @ The Cambridge Room at House Of Blues
August 7 – Houston, TX @ The Studio at the Warehouse Live
August 9 – Atlanta, GA @ The Loft
August 11 – Baltimore, MD* @ Moonrise Festival
August 13 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
August 14 – Boston, MA @ The Sinclair
August 15 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry Philadelphia
August 17 – Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Hall
August 18 – Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
August 20 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
August 22 – Not announced
August 23 – Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
August 24 – Not announced
August 26 – Oakland, CA @ The New Parish
August 28 – Seattle, WA @ Columbia City Theater

*Festival date

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