Independent singer/dancer/actress Daisha is literally “UNFUCCWITABLE” in the fiery, empowering visual for her latest single. Directed by Monica Josette, the clip urges viewers to recognize their own power. During an interview, the songstress stated that she wanted to create a song about owing your own power, regardless of what others think. She added that she wanted to express herself by shedding a light on pain, inner struggle and freedom by showing that being vulnerable and intimate is powerful. The clip sees the singer, seemingly defeated, that is until she finds the strength to burst through pain, as shown through a high energy dance. In addition to working on new music, Daisha plays Lisa on the VH1 series “The Breaks.” She’s also one of the faces of “The Power Of She”, a campaign that invites women and girls to stand up and put an end to undermining.  Philadelphia based quartet Natiive Sonz is bringing back the sound made popular by male R&B groups of the 90’s with their latest single “Not Over Me.” Comprised of Courtney Golden, David Howard, Jabari Logan and Titus Martel, the group offers strong vocals and harmonies as they sing about an ex’s new relationship and how it doesn’t compare to the chemistry they once shared. Fans can look forward to more music from the group. “Not Over Me” can be purchased at iTunes. Fans of singer/songwriter Bryson Tiller can finally get excited. The crooner announced that the follow up to his debut album “TRAPSOUL” has been completed. The announcement was made via social media site Twitter yesterday. The album is titled “True To Self”, although there’s no word on when it will be released. Last fall, Tiller released the single “Let Me Explain”, although it’s unclear whether it will appear on “True To Self.” Two days before the release of his highly anticipated album “DAMN”, rapper Kendrick Lamar received a huge co-sign from Long Beach native Vince Staples. During an interview with Power 106’s  “The Cruz Show”, Staples lauded Lamar for his rap prowess and dubbed him the best rapper alive. While Cruz tried to get Staples to budge regarding his stance, Staples stood his ground.