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R&B trio Hamilton Park has just released the single “Strobe Lights”, which is available on all streaming platforms. “Strobe Lights” is the third single from their EP “It Was Necessary.” The song describes an exciting night out that leads to an amazing time in the bedroom. Produced by Grammy winning producer John “SK” Mcgee, “Strobe Lights” is smooth and sultry all at the same time. Mcgee has produced tracks for Trey Songz, Future, Chris Brown and Kevin Bates. Hamilton Park consists of Markus Free, Anthony Dorsey and Chris Voice. Based in Atlanta, GA,  the group released their EP “It was Necessary” earlier this year. Directed by Clark Atlanta University student Daryus Hawkins and executive produced by Joy Young of Couture Productions, the visual creates a warm and mysterious experience with smoke, lights and shadows. Chicago, IL based R&B singer Ebonique makes it abundantly clear how much work she puts into getting ready for her man so that he can have his way in the video for her single “Lipstick.” In the clip, the singer/songwriter/model dazzles viewers in a blue dress. The clip gives a timeline of Ebonique’s preparation process, giving men an in depth look at the process of a woman. The track is buttery smooth, and topped off with Ebonique’s soulful delivery. Ebonique released her debut EP “Cruising” in 2014. The project is a collection of 80’s and 90’s inspired R&B. Following the release of her debut EP, Ebonique embarked on a four month tour of China, followed by performances in Los Angles 2015-2018. Fans can learn more about Ebonique by visiting her at Instagram or Twitter at @LoveEbonique. Shortly after releasing the single “Love Me Back”, Ginette Claudette returns with the accompanying music video. The clip feels nostalgic as it draws inspiration from the 90’s with a modern twist as Ginette lays out her flirtatious side to catch her suitor, who turns out to be her current beau. While the clip doesn’t advocate for the Me Too Movement, it is cute and heartwarming and will uplift viewer’s spirits. Set to appear on her forthcoming album, “On To Something”, due out on November 30 via Summerchild Records/Red Music, “Love Me Back” is a feel good ballad that has an emotion filled delivery from Ginette. Fans can be sure that there’s more to come. R&B crooner Gene Noble has released an R&B version of the single “The Cost”, which he initially sang the hook on for rapper Emilio Rojas. On the revamped edition, Gene breaths new life into the thought provoking song about going all in and not getting the return. No matter whether it’s money, time, or health, there’s always a cost in life and we have to know our limits when making a personal investment. Singer K Michelle pulls at heartstrings with her latest single “Save Me”, which premiered during the season finale of “Love & Hip Hop: Los Angeles.” On the track, the singer/songwriter goes back to R&B’s roots with an emotion filled delivery about wanting to be covered and protected by  a lover. “Save Me” is a preview of what’s to come from K Michelle’s forthcoming album, due out in 2019 via eOne. Quavo continues to promote his new solo album “Quavo Huncho” with the release of the music video for the single “How Bout That?.” The 27-year-old channels his hoop dreams in the Kid Studio directed clip. The clip opens with Quavo and his team down on themselves in the locker room after a rough first  half. Coach Huncho takes a page out of the 1996 classic “Space Jam” by passing around a bottle of “Quavo’s Secret Stuff”, as he suits up and leads his team to victory. A press conference follows, where the rapper reveals what he told his team at half time. Huncho then heads back to the court to celebrate his victory with team mates and fans. Fans should check this one out.

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