Jeremih, Ty Dolla Sign and Sage the Gemini Share New Song ‘Don’t Get Much Better’

Jeremih, Ty Dolla Sign and Sage The Gemini join forces for a new feel-good song called “Don’t Get Much Better.” The collaboration is part of The Fate of the Furious: The Album, which is out now.

On the breezy track, produced by Axident and Gladius, the three artists celebrate good times with their love interests.

Jeremih opens the song with, “It doesn’t get much better than this / Spent too much time getting ready for this / These days it seems I just can’t miss / And I must confess.”

Ty Dolla Sign follows up with his rap-sung verse about overcoming some obstacles in his relationship. “We don’ been through it all / They was praying on our downfall / We move mountains, not down to walls / Funny how they hate, then try to steal the soap / Bounce back after a loss,” he sings.

Sage the Gemini comes in at the third verse, where he raps, “I’m getting pretty good at the good life / Every play that I make is a highlight.”

The Fate of the Furious, the movie, is in theaters today.

Listen to “Don’t Get Much Better” below.

Keithan is the founder/editor-in-chief of Rated R&B

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Traci, Toni, Towanda and Trina Braxton Unite on New Song ‘Broken Things’

Traci Braxton enlists her sisters Toni Braxton, Towanda Braxton and Trina Braxton for her new song titled “Broken Things.”

On the heartfelt tune, which was originally teased on Braxton Family Values in 2016, the sisters sing about putting their pride aside to end the “cold war” that’s going on between them. “Who can fix these broken things? / Who can put us back together now that we’re undone?” they sing.

Last month, Toni released her first album in eight years, Sex & Cigarettes, which included her hit single “Long As I Live.” Meanwhile, Traci is gearing up to release her sophomore album later this year, which will feature “Broken Things.” The album will follow her 2014 project Crash and Burn. 

Listen to “Broken Things” below.

Janelle Monáe Self-Examines On New Song ‘I Like That’

Janelle Monáe has freed up more storage on her Dirty Computer by releasing a new song titled “I Like That.”

Backed by stirring background vocals and a chilled production, the futurist songster takes a look at herself and casts out all doubt from her life. She ignores the simple-minded opinions of others too.

She sings, “Sometimes I’m mystery, sometimes I’m free / Depending on my mood or my attitude / Sometimes I want to roll or stay at home / Walking contradiction guess I’m factual and fiction.”

“I Like That” comes just a week after “PYNK,” an empowering anthem on self-love and pussy power. Both songs along with “Make You Feel” and “Django Jane” will appear on Dirty Computer, due April 27 via Atlantic Records.

 

Listen to “I Like That” below.

Listen to Elhae’s New Song ‘Die Alone’

Emerging artist Elhae is back with his new single titled “Die Alone.”

The North Dakota-born singer’s hopeless romantic lyrics give him an edge to open up the male mind. “Die Alone” has a grown and sexy vibe to it, making it hard to resist for its classic R&B elements.

“I know I might be wrong / But you don’t wanna be here no / So girl go head get on / Yeah I might die alone,” he sings.

Elhae is gearing up to release his debut album on Atlantic Records this year. Last December, he confirmed his album was completed. “#WriteAHappyStoryIn4Words. My album is done,” he tweeted.

Listen to “Die Alone” below.

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