Stream R.LUM.R’s Debut EP ‘Afterimage’

After much anticipation, R.LUM.R (real name Reginald Lamar Williams Jr.) has released his debut EP titled Afterimage. 

The six-track project includes his hit single “Frustrated” — which has over 20 million streams on Spotify .

Speaking on “Frustrated,” R.LUM.R. told Vibe, “A lot of people think that song is about a relationship, and I never want to rob someone of their story that they attached to the song because you become very tied to a thing. Everybody’s free to interpret it however they do.”

Stream Afterimage below.

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

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Stream Jade Novah’s Debut Album ‘All Blue’

Rising R&B star Jade Novah has delivered her highly awaited debut album, All Blue. The 14-track offering includes Novah’s previously released songs “All Blue” and “Next To You.” The album also features a guest appearance from R&B crooner Kevin Ross.

Novah went to Instagram to share her excitement about her first full-length album. “I have been on this musical journey for a very long time. From singing background vocals and writing songs for major artists, to mentoring new talent on The Four and now, finally releasing MY debut album to the world,” she wrote. “There have been so many detours, set backs, second guesses…but now I finally feel free to create the type of art and message that I’ve always wanted to.”

She continued, “A special thank you to my husband and executive producer @mrdevinaire for wearing every single hat that it took to get us here. This would not have been the same without you. 💙 My album lands at midnight ET, TONIGHT. 🛸This project has everything from ethereal trap to 90s r&b feels. I’m so proud of this album, and I hope you all enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed creating it. It’s ALL BLUE!”

In addition to her album release, Novah has also shared a visual for the sixth track, “Intuition.” In the black-and-white clip, the songstress bewitches with soul, sass, and style as she literally levitates over the ocean.

Stream All Blue below.

Watch the video for “Intuition” below.

Stream Mila J’s ‘June 2018’ EP

Mila J makes waves with her new EP titled June 2018.

The five-song release, which features a guest appearance from Migh-X, has the ability to put us in the perfect mood for the warm weather. For the artwork, Mila J keeps it simple and shows three large Los Angeles palm trees in blue sky weather.

Ahead of June 2018, Mila J has released five other extended plays including January 2018, February 2018, March 2018, April 2018 and May 2018.

Listen to June 2018 below.

Listen to June’s Diary Debut EP ‘All of Us’

June’s Diary has finally released new music. The R&B quintet has dropped their debut EP titled All of Us.

On the six-track project, the ladies (Brienna, Kristal, Shyann, Gabby, Ashley) compliment each other with their beautiful vocal arrangements while giving listeners an endless amount of listenable tunes. The EP includes guests appearances from rapper Trina and singer/actor Jussie Smollett.

Before releasing All of Us, the group detailed on Instagram what derailed the release of new music after rising to fame and L.A. Reid’s departure from Epic Records. “We’ve faced so many challenges working as independent artists to create music we love, music that inspires us, music that makes us feel, and on our own terms,” said June’s Diary in a joint statement. “But all these setbacks have only made us stronger and have brought us closer together.”

They added, “Industry b.s. aside, we believe in music and R&B and this is just the beginning for us. Thank you sooooo much for being patient and riding so hard for us.”

In 2017, the five-star act released two songs called “I Know Why You Calling” and “Broken Record.” The group also released The Male Edition, a mixtape that features covers of some of music’s best male groups, including Jagged Edge’s “Where The Party At?” and Shai’s “If I Ever Fall in Love Again.”

Listen to All of Us below.

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