Mariah Carey Remixes French Montana and Swae Lee’s Hit Song ‘Unforgettable’

Mariah Carey has released two remixes to French Montana and Swae Lee’s smash hit “Unforgettable.” Carey’s remixes of the song — including an acoustic version — follows the Latin remix featuring J Balvin that dropped on August 2 and the Major Lazer remix that released in June.

Adding her own saucy flair to it, Mariah teases and flaunts her suitor that’s been trying to get with her all night.

“It’s not good enough for me/Since I’ve been with you, ooh (oh) / It’s not gonna work for you / Nobody can equal me (I know, oh),” she sings.

Elsewhere, Paper Magazine has just unveiled Carey as one of their four cover stars for their special edition Las Vegas issue. The other cover stars are latin and pop stars Jennifer Lopez and Ricky Martin, as well as boy band sensation The Backstreet Boys.

View Carey’s cover below.

This is Mariah Carey’s first studio effort since the release of her single “I Don’t” featuring rapper YG in February.

Stream the “Unforgettable” remix and its acoustic version below.

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Stream Priscilla Renea’s New Album ‘Coloured’

Singer-songwriter Priscilla Renea has released her sophomore album, Coloured.

The country-inspired album, which was recorded in Nashville, is described as “a fierce, political, and personal collection of stories that reckon with Priscilla’s childhood in rural Florida, sublime love, violent heartbreak and racial trauma.”

Coloured includes previously released songs “Let’s Build a House” and “Family Tree.” Ahead of the new project, Renea released a dual cinematic visual for “Gentle Hands” and “Heavenly.”

Coloured, the follow-up to 2009’s Jukebox, features production and writing contributions from Honorable C.N.O.T.E, Ashley Gorley, Curtis “Sauce” Wilson, Kevin Kadish, Theron Feemster and Brett James.

Listen to Renea’s amazing new album below.

Listen to 6LACK’s New Single ‘Switch’

It’s been a few months since we’ve heard solo material (“Cutting Ties“) from 6LACK but he’s back with a new single called “Switch.”

Backed by a blaring bass and background vocals from Ty Dolla $ign, the track hears the Georgia native challenging his listeners to wear the hat of someone else to see if they could survive all the troubles the other person endures.

“Now switch / Tell me how it feels, to be somebody else,” he sings on the mesmerizing chorus. “Now switch / It wasn’t what you thought it was, another story to tell.”

“Switch” could mark the sign of a new album era for 6LACK. He took to social media to announce details on his untitled follow-up to 2016’s FREE 6LACK. “I think my album is done. Love, Bear,” he shared.


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6LACK is currently on Chris Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour, which kicked off on June 19 in Auburn, Washington.

Take a listen to “Switch” below.

Gallant Enlists A$AP Ferg for ‘Doesn’t Matter’ Remix

Singer-songwriter Gallant calls on rapper A$AP Ferg for the remix of his new single, “Doesn’t Matter.”

Ferg opens the track with a fiery verse. “Baby girl you’re so amazing / And your body so hot like cajun / We could hit up in this spot and in the nations / Skinny dippin’, might wanna leave your braids in,” he raps.

In addition to the remix, Gallant released an accompanying visual with Ferg. The updated video is similar to the original except the New York rapper is seen spitting his bomb verse in a blue-lit room, with an occasional drop-in from Gallant.

Last week, Gallant and Ferg premiered the remix during their performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Gallant is prepping for the release of his untitled sophomore album, which will arrive later this year on Mind of A Genius/Warner Bros. Records. In the meantime, he will launch his Too Good To Be Tour  this fall with special guests Cautious Clay and Jamila Woods.

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