Newcomer Earl St. Clair has quickly become an artist to watch. Last year, the Def Jam signee broke through with the singles “Man On Fire” and the duet with Bib Bourelly “Perfect.” While fans eagerly anticipate the release of his debut album “Songs About A Girl I Used To Know”, they have the EP “My Name Is Earl” to enjoy in the meantime. A throwback to classic  soul, funk and blues, the crooner captivates the listener with such tracks as “Pain” and “Three Story Home.” In addition to the previously released single “Feeling Alive”, the 7 track EP also includes six new songs that showcase why he continues to be the artist to hear in  2017. Fans can stream “My Name Is Earl” via Spotify. It’s not quite spring yet, however, singer Mario is yearning for the beach in the stunning visual for his latest single “Let Me Help You.” The crooner flaunts his charisma as the clip transitions between sexy beach scenes and choreography to neon lit club scenes. Filmed on the beaches of Malibu CA, the clip radiates an island feel that will have viewers grooving. “Let Me Help You” is the first single from the singer’s forthcoming album “Paradise Cove”, which he has described as his most artist to date. “Paradise Cove” will be released this spring via his New Citizen label. Before he begins his “24 Magic World Tour” later this month, Bruno Mars is doing press for the tour and album of the same name. He recently did a photo shoot and interview with WJS Magazine where he discussed the tour, his album and being called a culture vulture. Regarding the tour, Mars stated that he wants his stage show to be worth the money. Up to par with the shows of Prince and Michael Jackson. In January, he told Latina Magazine that he stands on the shoulders of black artists as the foundation of his sound. When asked about the accusation that he’s a culture vulture, Mars elaborated that it’s easy to say that, but those making the claim haven’t written a song. The interview was a very insightful look at one of the hottest artist in the industry today. Following the release of his album “HNDRXX” last week, Future stopped by Ellen to perform the single “Incredible”. Decked out in a white hoodie with Jimi Hendrix plastered in the center, Future crooned his way through the song with a live band. In addition to crafting his own albums, Future appeared in Ariana Grande’s video “Everyday” and Maroon 5’s “Cold.” Lil Wayne will tour next month. In April, the Young Money CEO will embark on the “Kloser 2 U Tour.” The tour will be a 12 stop trek that will begin on April 12 in Louisville KY and visit Hollywood, Atlanta and Dallas. The tour will conclude with a run at the Fox Theater in Detroit. Last month, Lil Wayne reunited with Nicki Minaj and Drake, which was revealed via social media. The photograph indicated that the Young Money collective was alive and well. Shortly after they got together, Drake hinted at the idea of a Young Money reunion concert during his “Boy Meets World Tour.” Tickets for Lil Wayne’s “Kloser 2 U Tour” will be available Friday.