Xscape Performs ‘Who Can I Run To’ On ‘Steve’

R&B quartet Xscape make their rounds on day time television with a performance of “Who Can I Run To” on STEVE.

Donning beautiful outfits, the R&B veterans — specifically the Scott sisters — commanded the audience with their signature vocals and unmatched stage presence.

After their roaring performance, the ladies sat down with the comical host to discuss their reunion, upcoming biopic and The Great Xscape Tour, which kicks off on November 22. Xscape also received some surprising news that the city of Atlanta –their hometown– officially proclaimed Nov. 6 as Xscape day.

Xscape: Still Kickin’ It drew in 1.74 viewers on its Bravo TV debut last Sunday (Nov. 6). The reality show airs every Sunday at 9 p.m.

Antwane Folk is the editorial assistant at RatedRnB.com.

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Ella Mai Performs ‘Boo’d Up’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Ella Mai visited Jimmy Kimmel Live on Friday to perform her hit “Boo’d Up.”

Dressed in an oversized black leather jacket and combat boots, the breakout singer sang the bubbly single with occasional smiles for the live crowd and audiences at home.

Mai recently announced her already sold out summer tour under the same of her smash single, which is currently No. 1 on urban radio. The young singer is also set to perform at this year’s BET Awards.

Watch the performance below.

Xscape to be Honored at ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards

Legendary R&B group Xscape will be honored with the ASCAP Golden Note Award at the 2018 ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards. The ceremony will be held on June 21 in Los Angeles, Calif.

“Xscape knocked us all out in the 90s with their powerful vocal harmonies on singles like ‘Just Kickin’ It,’ and ‘Understanding,’ and surprised absolutely no one as they went on to become one of the most prolific female R&B groups of all time,” said ASCAP President Paul Williams. “Decades later, all four members have gone on to individual success in music and on screen, and we are thrilled to recognize their achievements with the ASCAP Golden Note Award.”

The ASCAP Golden Note Award is one of the most prestigious honors ASCAP bestows upon songwriters, composers and artists who have achieved extraordinary career milestones. Previous recipients include: Usher, Lauryn Hill, Ne-Yo, Mary Mary, A Tribe Called Quest, Alicia Keys, New Edition, Lionel Richie, Jermaine Dupri, LL Cool J, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Jay-Z and many more.

Xscap3 — the trio that consists of Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, Tamika Scott and LaTocha Scott — released a visual for their latest single “Memory Lane.” The song is lifted frrom their Here For It EP, which dropped in March. While Kandi Burruss is not part of the trio, she still performs with the original Xscape. The quartet is set to perform in a few cities this summer with Bell Biv DeVoe, SWV and Keyshia Cole.

Miguel Performs ‘Come Through and Chill’ with Salaam Remi on ‘Jimmy Fallon’

Miguel stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday night to perform his latest single, “Come Through and Chill” featuring J. Cole and Salaam Remi.

Seated in a chair, the singer turned the late-night stage in a red room where a beautiful dancer put on a sexy performance behind him. He later got up from his seat position and sung the rest of the song with some help from Salaam Remi. Although J. Cole wasn’t present, Miguel still put on a great show.

“Come Through and Chill” is the latest radio single from Miguel’s War & Leisure album, which dropped last December. He recently shared the official visual for the record.

Miguel will co-headline the Smokin’ Grooves Festival in July.

Step into Miguel’s red room below.

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