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Singer Eric Bellinger has been traveling the world, but one thing he always takes with him is home. In the visual for his latest single, “By Now”, he documents his travels around the United States, Australia and New Zealand, highlighting fun moments performing and hanging out with friends as he sings about home and his special lady. “By Now” is taken from Bellinger’s latest studio effort “Eazy Call.” Singer/songwriter/television personality K. Michelle recently announced the title of her forthcoming fifth studio effort, “FAB”, which stands for “F*ck All U Bitches.” The title may raise some eyebrows, but fair or not, the songstress will deliver quality music. The pending project will be the follow up to “Kimberly: The  People I Used To Know.” While there’s no word on when “FAB” will be released, if she follows the trend of her last two releases, it should arrive before the end of the year. Anderson.Paak just released the single “Tints”, a collaboration with Kendrick Lamar. “Tints” is the first single from his upcoming album “Oxnard”, due out on Aftermath Entertainment and distributed by 12 Tone Music. “Tints” is an indication of what’s to come in anticipation of the album from the Grammy nominated singer/songwriter/producer. Anderson will also play a benefit show for rapper Mac Miller for “The Mac Miller Circles Fund” on October 31 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles. Brooklyn based R&B singer Samoht has just debuted his new single “Don’t Wait”, a standout  track from his new EP “Omen.” The crooner describes “Don’t Wait” as a song about a message that anyone would like to receive from a loved one whose actions are pushing them away. Samoht will embark on an eight city tour beginning today. He will visit Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Raleigh, Chicago, Virginia, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Oakland. Tickets can be purchased via Samoht’s website http://www.samohtmusic.com/events. “Omen” is available on all streaming platforms. Jessie Ware blends 1980s house  and dance on her new single, “Overtime”, a song that features stuttering synths and sumptuous melodies. The song is available via PMR Records/Friends Keep Secrets/Interscope Records. After topping the charts with her single “Boo’d Up”, singer Ella Mai returns with her new single “Whatchamacallit”, a duet with Chris Brown. On the track, she downplays cheating on her man. She delivers lush vocals as she sings about why she cheats on her man. Brown plays his role in the secret affair well. Ella’s self titled debut album will be released on October 12. In addition to Chris Brown, the project also features special guest appearances from John Legend and H.E.R. After teasing fans a few days ago, Maxwell delivers the new single “Shame”, the first release from the final installment of his “blacksummer’sNight” trilogy. The song finds Maxwell addressing a love affair with full transparency as he looks to build an enduring trust and passion. Maxwell is currently on his “50 Intimate Nights Tour”, which began on September 27 and will take him across North America until December 9. Fans of R&B singer Mario have reason to celebrate today, as he’s just released his long awaited fifth studio effort, “Dancing Shadows”, via his label New Citizen and Empire. The Grammy nominated, multi-platinum artist announced the album with the first single “Drowning.” The 11-song project also includes the title track, for which Mario released a music video directed by Richard “Richy” Jackson. On “Dancing Shadows”, Mario taps into his R&B roots and experiments with new sounds. The album was recorded in London and executive produced by writer/producer/engineer Jake Gosling, who has worked with Ed Sheeran, Shawn Mendes, Harry Styles, Draft Punk and others.  Prior to taking the stage on “Fallon”, rapper Quavo unveiled the artwork and release date for  his forthcoming solo album “Quavo Huncho”, which is slated for release on October 12. The cover art features a ghostly outline of the Migos member’s face and his signature YRN face  tattoo nestled in the depths of the mountainous landscape. Earlier this week, he revealed his list of collaborators, which includes Kid Cudi, Saweetie, Drake, Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Offset, Takeoff, Savage, Cardi B. and Davido. In the meantime, the “Aubrey And The Three Amigos Tour” continues its trek across the country, heading west for two shows in Las Vegas this weekend. Rapper Damond Blue is poised to take over hip hop with the release of his album “V.S.O.P.” In 2015, he released his debut mixtape “Blessonz.” “V.S.O.P.” indicates what’s to come from the Baltimore native. He has a bright future ahead of him.

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