Independent artist Coline Creuzot has released the visual for her latest single “Link Up”, a duet with Houston rapper Paul Wall. Since its debut, the video has been posted on social media by Tina Knowles and has received over 100k. views. In the clip, Coline is accompanied by a group of female dancers. The Houston native uses her lyrics and dancers to encourage gold diggers to focus on their grind. It’s an anthem for ladies who are about their business and stay true to themselves. These ladies aren’t waiting for a man or paying attention to what others have to say. The video “Link Up” was directed by Dr. Teeth. Singer Summer Walker has released the video for her new single “CPR.” The track is sleek and seductive and goes beyond the typical R&B sound. Directed by Lacy Duke, the visual brings out the song’s confessions and nocturnal moods. A pastiche of edits, the clip captures the feel of the song and brings viewers closer to the songstress. “CPR” is poised to become a huge hit for Summer Walker. The beginning of the clip was shot in Atlanta. Summer Walker is building a lane of her own. Signed to LVRN/Interscope Records, her debut single, “CPR”, has received many accolades. 2018 will be a breakout year for the songstress. She brings a new feel to R&B. In a few weeks, Summer Walker will open for 6Lack on his From East Atlanta With Love Tour. Fans can expect more from her in the future. Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty has announced that his forthcoming album, “Nothing 2 Prove”, will be released on October 19. He plans to hold a listening party in Los Angeles. The album follows the mixtapes Birthday Mix 3 and Lil Boat 2. , which feature special guest appearances by Ugly God, 2 Chainz, PnB Rock, Offset, Lil Pump, Trippie Redd, Lil Baby and others. The album also follows the single “Who Want The Smoke?”, his duet with rapper Cardi B. In addition to music, he also made his film debut in “How High 2” and was the voice of Green Lantern in “Teen Titans Go! To The Movies.” He also collaborated with Donny Osmond Chef Boyardee’s “Start The Par-dee” jingle. Lil Yachty is a singer/rapper/songwriter/producer/fashion designer who rose to prominence two years ago. Since then, he’s received 3 billion streams. Ella Mai has released her highly anticipated debut self-titled album. The 15-song project features the single “Boo’d Up” and the follow up “Trip”, and features special guest appearances by Chris Brown, John Legend and H.E.R. In addition, the bonus track “Naked” is included. The album was produced by DJ Mustard. Ella Mai is currently on select dates of Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic Tour”, which runs through November. Singer Usher is doing it for the A. It’s been two years since fans last heard from the crooner. Now with his 40th birthday a few days away, he blesses fans with a surprise album, entitled , “A.” He took to Instagram yesterday with a collage of new posts featuring what appears to be the cover art to the surprise project, each post features snippets of the track list. The album was produced by Zaytoven. The album features special guest appearances from Future and Atlanta rap sensation Gunna. “A” is the follow up to Usher’s 2016 release “Hard 2 Love.” In addition to touring, Usher has spent the last two years in legal battles and tabloids stemming from allegations of spreading Genital Herpes to several victims. With those allegations laid to rest, Usher and fans are ready to return to music. “A” is available on all streaming platforms. This past summer, Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih had R&B fans drooling over the idea of the two collaborating on a project. After teasing fans with the single “The Light”, talk of the joint project “MihTy” soon dissipated. Today, the tandem returned with not only a new single , but a release date for the album, October 26. Ty and Jeremih also unveiled the single “Goin Thru Some Thangs”, which finds the duo looking to remedy a girl’s troubling ordeal in love. Seeking solace, the girl looks to the Chicago crooner for normalcy in her life. With October 26 looming, Tye and Jeremih visit “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Monday for a performance.