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R&B singer Snoh Aalegra has released a sensual music video for her new single ‘I Want You Around.” In the Alexander Black directed clip, Snoh and co-star A$AP Twelvyy are shown enjoying an intimate day together as they enjoy one another’s company. Produced by Nes, “I Want You Around” marks a new musical journey for Snoh. Her last project was 2017’s “Feels.” R&B crooner Lloyd is back with the music video for his single “Caramel”, featuring Young Miami from the City Girls. The clip includes scenes with Young Goldie and Young Miami as well as shots of sexy  models and fans. The original version of “Caramel” is taken from Lloyd’s latest album “Tru”, which was released last year. On March 8, LLoyd will join B2K, Mario, Pretty Ricky, Ying Yang Twins, Bobby V and Chingy on “The Millennium Tour”, which begins in Pittsburgh, PA. In addition, Lloyd will also appear on the TV One documentary Unsung on March 3. Ari Skies has been introduced to the music industry via the single “Chill n Vibe.” During an interview with singersroom.com, the songstress revealed that she got inspiration for the song from past experiences. She added that she’s currently preparing an EP but didn’t disclose a release date. Dancehall reggae legend Shaggy just ruined things for men with a dollar and a dream a.k.a. the scrubs. In the music video for his new single “Use Me”, the Grammy winner advises women to leave their men at home if they can’t buy them the things they want. The Jay Will directed clip features a rich African man, who throws his money and wealth around in Instagram videos to get the attention of these women. “Use Me” arrives following Shaggy’s Best Reggae Album win for “44/876”,  his collaborative project with Sting, at the 61st annual Grammy Awards. “Use Me” is taken from Shaggy’s recently announced project “Wah Gwaan?”, which is due out May 10, 2019 via Cherrytree Music Company, Brooklyn Knights Entertainment,  and 300 Entertainment. Rapper Lil Pump is finally ready to share his delayed album “Harvard Dropout” at the end of the work week. The 18-year-old rapper decided to give fans a taste of what they can expect sonically by unveiling the project’s collaborations and track list yesterday. Pump’s sophomore effort contains 16 tracks, including the previously released singles “I Love It”, “Racks On Racks”, “Butterfly Doors”, “Esskeetit” and “Drug Addicts”, whose music video featured a cameo appearance by  actor Charlie Sheen. The album includes special guest appearances by Quavo and Offset of Migos, Smokepurpp, Lil Wayne, YG, 2 Chainz and Lil Uzi Vert. Ronny J, Danny Wolf, Dee Money, Diablo, CBMIX and others handled the production.

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