musical-notes

Singer Mila J. is back and ready to take on 2017 with the release of her mixtape “Milaulongtime.” Now, she’s ready to embark on a 17 city U.S club tour as she prepares for the release of her first full length, self titled studio effort “Mila” this summer. The “Move” Pop Up Tour will allow the songstress to reach out to fans as she travels around the country to wild out with them. This is a “Pop Up” Trek, so dates will be announced later this week along with ticket buying information. She says that the tour is about the fans and wants everyone to join her. Here’s hoping fans are ready for the tour. While there’s been no word on the progress of her sophomore album “Joyride”, singer Tinashe continues to deliver tracks from her 2016 EP “Nightride”, and more specifically, the visual for the single “Ghetto Boy.” The clip finds the singer being carried off by a buff man, and she’s limp as if she’s dead or injured. Later, the songstress can be seen in an ethereal setting, and she hugs the same man who had carried her off shortly before. The clip is worth watching. This morning, singer Keyshia Cole visited Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club to chat with Angela Yee and Charlamagne The God. Among the subjects discussed were her new music, particularly the single “You” and  her new album, “11:11 Reset”, which is due out in May. She also discussed her friendship with rapper Remy Ma, taking her friendships seriously and how she’d like her next romance to be with someone who is her best friend. In addition, she also mentioned being asked to do “Love & Hip Hop”, what she did on Valentine’s Day and wanting to have a daughter in the future. All in all, it was a very enlightening interview. Following the release of his self titled album, Future shares the visual for the single “Supper Trapper.” For the clip, the rapper is swarmed by a sea of gorgeous women inside a lavish mansion. Never shy about his success, Future also dishes opulent raps  in front of his shark tank. During an interview last week, Future explained that the idea for “Supper Trapper” entails taking an average person and turning them into a super hero. Last Friday, Future released his latest studio effort with no features. In addition to his new album, he will embark on the “Nobody’s Safe Tour” in May along with Migos, Kodak Black and Tory Lanez.