Tank Announces ‘Savage’ Release Date and Shares Title Track


R&B mainstay Tank has had an incredible week and it just keeps getting better. With his lead single “When We” rising on Urban AC radio, Tank has announced his eighth album, Savage, will release on September 29 on Atlantic Records.

In addition to the unveiling of the cover art and release date, the self-proclaimed R&B General also debuted the album’s title track. “Savage” is a bass-heavy trap jam that finds Tank boasting about making the good girls go bad.

“Oh no, my God/What have you done?/She doing things she never done/I gave her game/She havin’ fun/She starting out/She number one,” he sings.

Savage will include features from Ludacris, Trey Songz, Candice Boyd and J. Valentine (who happens to be his manager) as well as production from Da Internz, Harmony Samuels and Cardiak. The album is now available for pre-order on all digital platforms.

On September 5, Tank will kick off his Savage Tour with special guest Sammie. The R&B crooners will travel across the U.S. with stops in Washington, D.C., New York, Boston and Little Rock, to name a few.

Tank Savage Track List

1. Savage
2. Everything (feat. Trey Songz and Ludacris)
3. Do For Me
4. Only One
5. You Belong To Me
6. Good Thing (feat. Candice Boyd)
7. Sexy
8. When We
9. F It Up
10. Nothing On
11. Stay Where You Are (feat. J. Valentine)

Listen to “Savage” below.

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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.

Jamie Foxx to Host 2018 BET Awards

Jamie Foxx will return as the host of the 2018 BET Awards. This will be his second time hosting the BET Awards since 2009.

Foxx joins an A-List roster of comedians who have hosted the ceremony, including Leslie Jones, Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, Chris Rock, Mo’Nique, Kevin Hart and Chris Tucker.

The Unpredictable singer has a busy year ahead of him. He will star in Lionsgate’s action-adventure Robin Hood, which hits theaters November 21. He is also working on his directorial debut in the upcoming film, All-Star Weekend, which he wrote and stars in.

The 2018 BET Awards nominations were announced last week with Rihanna and SZA among the top nominees. R&B newbies H.E.R. and Daniel Caesar scored their first-ever nominations, including Best New Artist.

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

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

Jessie J serves up Obsessions, the second installment of her four-part album R.O.S.E.

Similar to her Realisations offering, the fresh set consists of four tracks. The standout track for this DJ Camper-produced installment is “Petty,” which finds the singer calling out the obsessive behavior of internet trolls who stay in her comment section.

Jessie J has more new music on the way. She will release the final two R.O.S.E installments: Sex (May 24) and Empowerment (May 25) later this week.

Stream Obsessions below.

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