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Following the release of her latest studio effort, “I Used To Know Her: Pt. 2”, H.E.R. unveils the visual for her single “Could’ve Been”, featuring Bryson Tiller. Taken from her EP “I Used To Know Her: The Prelude”, the duo deliver soulful vocals over the production. In the Lacey Duke directed clip, H.E.R. foregoes her signature shades giving fans  an in depth look at the emerging R&B singer. The duo shows off their magnetic chemistry with passionate interactions throughout the clip. “Could’ve Been” is currently climbing the Urban AC charts. Meanwhile, Tiller is preparing his new album “Serenity”, the follow up to 2017’s “True To Self.” Legendary R&B group The Ojays just announced the release of their final studio album. The announcement comes with the release of the single “Above The Law”, a politically charged track that will serve as the first single from the forthcoming album entitled, “The Last Word.” “Above The Law” was written by Betty Wright and Angelo Morris, and produced by Steve Greenberg, Betty Wright, Mike Mangini and Sam Hollander. The song takes a look at the precarious state of social and criminal justice in America. This isn’t unusual for a group whose discography is filled with social commentary. The group has experienced a great deal, from the civil rights movement, to the rising economic inequality  and erosion of democratic norms. On their new single and album, the group shares their perspective on the state of the country and the world; offering some words of wisdom to the next generation before exiting the stage. The Ojays consist of Eddie Levert Sr., Walter Williams Sr., and Eric Nolan Grant. They are a multi-platinum group and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees. With over 50 years of experience and some of R&B’s most beloved hits under their belt, The Ojays remain one of the music industry’s most beloved acts. They scored their first number one in 1972 with the single “Back Stabbers.” They also scored such hits as “Love Train”, “For The Love Of Money”, “Put Your Hands Together”, “I Love Music”, “Darling, Darling Baby (Sweet Tender Love)”, “I Love Music” and “Living For The Weekend” among others. This success made The Ojays the first black vocal group to perform in arenas across the country in the 1970s and 1980s. Their final studio album, “The Last Word”, will be released on February 22, 2019. Singer Anthony Hamilton pulls at the heartstrings with the visual for his new single “Love Conquers All.” Just in time for the 2018 mid-term elections, the politically driven clip shines a light on America’s divide. “Love Conquers All” touches on such subjects as gun control, criminal justice reform and prioritizing education, according to the singer/songwriter/producer. Fans will enjoy this one. Ludacris and Migos will appear at the EA Sports Bowl a few days before the Super Bowl next year. Electronic Arts and OnLocation Experiences also announced that Lil Yachty and Lil Baby will also take the stage at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on January 31, 2018, for the concert celebrating rappers from Atlanta. Super Bowl 53 will take place on Feb. 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Ludacris, a successful rapper and actor, will perform along with special guests. More Atlanta performers will be announced at a later date. The EA Sports Bowl is part of a three day Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest, which runs from Jan. 31 to Feb. 2. Tickets go on sale Friday.

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