Premiere: Lyrica Anderson Debuts ‘Dolla Bills’ Video with Ty Dolla Sign

‘Don’t take it personal’ but Lyrica Anderson isn’t looking to rekindle with an ex. The singer-songwriter has exclusively premiered the video for her new single “Dolla Bills” featuring Ty Dolla Sign on Rated R&B.

On the A1 Bentley-produced track, Anderson tells her ex — who wants her back — that she is only focused on making her coins at this point. “My love speak a different language / Guess you’ll never ever understand it / Boy I promise I ain’t budging.”

She later adds, “Never going back / Take your heart and throw it in the trash / I’m gonna turn your love into some stacks / ‘Cause cash rules everything around me.” Dolla Sign co-signs with, “We be gettin’ money on this side.”

The colorful video was directed by Sean Alexander and features Anderson and a few topless women wearing body paint.

“This video was inspired by the fashion of body paint,” Anderson told Rated R&B in an email. “I hope when fans watch this video, they see and feel creatively free.”

“Dolla Bills” is the follow-up to “Don’t Take It Personal.” Both songs are from Anderson’s forthcoming album, Adia, which will release on September 29 via EMPIRE. The EP’s title was inspired by her twin sister who died at the age of three.

Catch Anderson on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood on Monday’s at 8 p.m ET.

Watch Lyrica Anderson and Ty Dolla Sign’s video for “Dolla Bills” below.

Pre-order Adia on iTunes

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

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Eric Bellinger and Ne-Yo Sport Spandex in ‘Dirty Dancin’ Video

Let’s get physical.

Eric Bellinger and Ne-Yo burn a few calories teaching “Dirty Dancin'” in their humorous new video.

In the Arrad-directed clip, Bellinger fills in as a dance instructor after meeting a sexy student downstairs who was about to leave the canceled class. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter suits up in fitting attire — tight sports leggings and matching head band — and starts off class alone until Ne-Yo joins him for the workout fun.

“I remember sending the song over to Ne-Yo and just remember hoping he’d jump on it,” Bellinger said about enlisting Ne-Yo for the record. “One night he hit me and told me to come by the lab but didn’t say for what. When I walked in he said, ‘Surprise.’ He pressed play and he had recorded his verse for ‘Dirty Dancing,’ I couldn’t believe it!”

“Dirty Dancin'” is lifted from Bellinger’s latest album, Eazy Call, which dropped in April. Last month, he released an calming EP titled Mediation to bring awareness to National Mediation Day.

Watch Eric Bellinger’s “Dirty Dancin'” video below.

R&B Group Next Shares ‘Want It’ Video

Legendary R&B trio Next has released a video for their steamy new single “Want It.”

Directed by Leo Marshall, the video shows the each group member receiving explicit messages from their woman early in the morning. Instead of ignoring the texts, and going to sleep, the crooners find their way to their lover’s bedroom for some adult action.

“Want It” will appear on Next’s comeback album, Next Rated, which is similar to the name of their multi-platinum selling debut album, Rated Next. The LP will mark the group’s first joint album since 2002’s The Next Episode.

Watch Next’s “Want It” video.

Macy Gray Announces Tenth Album ‘Ruby’ and Shares New Song ‘Sugar Daddy’

Macy Gray satisfies her sweet tooth on her new single “Sugar Daddy.”

On the sassy trap record, co-written by Meghan Trainor, the raspy vocalist tells her sugar plug to supply her needs in candy; not dollars. “And I know I got it bad, I got a problem,” Gray sings, “But I’ll take them cavities long as I get them from you.”

Along with releasing “Sugar Daddy,” Gray shares its accompanying visual. The Christian Lamb–directed video, which stars Kevin Ross, is an ode the 1972 Billie Holiday biopic Lady Sings the Blues, which starred music icon Diana Ross as the lady of the hour.

“Sugar Daddy” is the lead single off Gray’s new album, Ruby, which is set to arrive on September 7. The album will mark her first release since 2016’s Stripped jazz covers album. In addition to Trainor, the Tommy Park Lumpkins co-produced record will feature Gary Clark Jr., Johan Carlsson and Tommy Brown.

Call on your “Sugar Daddy” below.