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Last summer, “Love & Hip Hop: New York” star Amina Buddafly released the album “Mother”, headed by the title track. She produced the album with Jordan Ruiz, Magnedo 7, Mike City, Lee Major and Novel, who also appears on the track “Happy Girl.” She also collaborated with her twin sister Jazz Buddafly on the track “Unbothered.” The two formed the duo Black Buddafly. On the track, the sisters deliver smooth, confident vocals about ignoring hate and negativity. The accompanying music video shows the ladies relaxing at home and other places. The sisters also have some bonding time in the clip. Amina’s “Mother” album is the follow up to her 2016 EP “Music In My Room.” Veteran R&B singer JoJo recently re-recorded and re-released her first two albums, which serve as a gift to fans. Both albums feature her powerful vocals as well as new production. While it’s unclear what prompted the remakes, it’s possible that the motivation to get both projects on all streaming services is the fact that both have been missing for years. JoJo endured years of legal battles with her record label, Blackground Records, who also held albums by the late Aaliyah and R&B veteran Tank in captivity. Earlier this year, singer Elijah Blake teamed with fellow artist Jordin Sparks for the remix of “Rendezvous”, taken from his critically acclaimed album “Audiology.” Now, he returns with the mixtape “Bijoux 23.” The 8 song project, which he recorded in his Los Angeles studio with producer SLMN, showcases Elijah’s undeniable talent. The project also serves as the sequel to “Bijoux 22.” Elijah also plans to release an album in 2019. In the meantime, fans can enjoy “Bijoux 23.” Singer Bobby V breaches the conversation surrounding the King of R&B, not with his comments this time, but with the single “King Me.” On the track, the veteran singer/songwriter/producer/musician goes over his resume of 20 years in the game, making it clear that he’s earned what he has while giving listeners reason to declare him king. For those unaware, social media has been on fire for the past few weeks after newcomer Jacquees declared himself the King of R&B. During the uproar, Bobby V stated that he should be in the top five. Nevertheless, Bobby released his seventh studio effort, “Electrik”,  earlier this year, which is headed by the single “Lil Bit”, featuring Snoop Dogg.

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