Following the singles “You Give” and “Link Up”, R&B songstress Coline Creuzot returns with the music video “”You Got It.” The stripped down guitar driven track was so-written by Coline and Sam Hook. On the track, Creuzot delivers lush, soulful vocals about freeing your mind, body and soul, and letting love work without distractions. The accompanying music video, shot by Crime City Films, shows Creuzot in a flowing dress as she brings viewers the emotions behind the song behind a microphone. Anderson.Paak continues to create a buzz around his new album, “Oxnard”, which will be released next week. Following the single “Tints”, a collaboration with rapper Kendrick Lamar, the crooner returns with “Who Are U?”, produced by Dr. Dre and Mell. On the track, the artist uses a rap/sing style. Anderson’s forthcoming album, “Oxnard”, due out on Nov. 16, will feature 14 songs, and serve as the last offering in his beach series. The project features special guest appearances from J. Cole, Pusha T. , Q-Tip, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, who serves as executive producer. Bay Area pop/R&B crooner Marc E. Bassy has released the video for his single “Love Her Too”, a duet with Bay Area rapper G-Eazy. The clip features scantily clad models as the singer/songwriter/producer conveys his message about having a relationship with two women at the same time. “Love Her Too” will appear on Marc’s new EP “Postmodern Depression”, a prelude to his forthcoming sophomore effort, due out in 2019. Marc rose to prominence in 2016 with the release of his debut album “Groovy People.” The album contained the singles “Morning”, “Dirty Water” and “You & Me.” He later released the album “Gossip Columns”, which featured the single “Plot Twist”, a duet with Kyle. He went on to co-headline the “Bebe & Bassy Tour” with Bebe Rexha and launched “The Gossip Columns Tour”, selling out venues across the country. DK3 member Dawn Richard has announced the upcoming album “New Breed”, the follow up to her trilogy projects “Goldenheart” (2013), “Blackheart” (2015) and “Redemptionheart” (2016). The forthcoming album, due out on Jan. 25, 2019, will draw inspiration from Dawn’s upbringing in New Orleans. “New Breed” contains the lead single, “Jealousy”, and the title track. The 10-track project, which was self-produced, pays tribute to New Orleans culture, sights and sounds. The album contains traditional R&B and Dawn’s own electronic sounds, and features contributions from Cole M.G.N., Kaveh Rastegar and Hudson Mohawke. Dawn is currently on tour with Danity Kane and Kimbra through early January. Ro James returns to the airwaves with the music video for his new single, “Excuse Me.” In the clip, directed by Grant Guratola, the crooner shares his heartache while other scenes highlight lost love. James put a spotlight on his ex as he reminisces about what use to be. Initially released on Aug. 10, “Excuse Me” will appear on Ro’s forthcoming sophomore effort, due out early next year via Bystorm Ent/RCA Records. Rising hip hop star JBANS is poised to become one of rap’s hottest new talents with the release of his debut mixtape “Sail Or Sink.” The project features special guest appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Pump, Offset, Quavo, Smooky Margiella, Blackbear, Duwap Kaine, K Surpreme and mentor Lil Yachty. Fans should check this one out.