musical-notes

Fans should get ready for new music from Tinashe. On Sunday, the singer/songwriter announced the release of her forthcoming single “Flame”, which is due out on Thursday. She also revealed the sexy cover art, which shows her in a red leather jacket and panties, with heels and legs in the air. “Flame” arrives ahead of her long awaited sophomore album “Joyride”, which has no release date at press time. At any rate, fans can enjoy the new single until the album is finally released. Michigan raised, Los Angeles based Grammy award winning singer/songwriter EVRYWHR champions motherhood and the love of his life with the visual for his single “Mother To Be.” The single is a love  letter to the mother of his newborn son and details their journey together during her pregnancy. The visual is tender and loving as it shows the singer is a doting father to be and to his real life wife Shannon as they cherish their time together as soon to be parents. “Mother To Be” is taken from EVRYWHR ‘s forthcoming EP “Shannon.” Call them B.O.Y., but don’t call them a girl group. R&B trio “Be Only You” is redefining the term with their new single “Winning”, which is a modern day love song about the honeymoon phase of romantic relationships. The group says that the song is about women recognizing their partners worth. The track highlights the trio’s talent for singing and composing as well.  A visual for the song shows  group members Gianni Chapman, Miesha Green and Summer Killen playing paintball against the rap group 6FN. The members of B.O.Y. hail from Massachusetts, North Carolina and Virginia, with each member relocating to Atlanta shortly before forming. The group has been rehearsing and recording and plans to release a project later this year. “Winning” can be purchased at iTunes. Shortly after announcing his forthcoming tour, Travis Scott released his short film “Birds In The Trap” via Apple Music today. The 14 minute video features material from Scott’s Billboard 200 album “Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight.” Directed by Fleur Fortune, the rapper ruminates about life and death. After a skirmish at a club, Scott clashes with his significant other in his car. Due to his belligerent behavior, his girlfriend asks to leave the car, leaving him to roam through the city. After securing some food, Scott ends up in a horrible car accident. The video turns edgier as  he is hospitalized. Shortly after the traumatic experience, Scott walks into an apocalyptic atmosphere where buildings are crumbling and cars are crashing into one another. The film comes after Scott reached nearly one billion views with BITTSM. Fans can watch Scott’s latest film via Apple Music.