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Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter Solange Knowles has surprised fans with the release of her fourth full length studio effort, “When I Get Home”, via Saint Records/Columbia Records. The project features 19 tracks and special guest appearances from Raphael Saadiq, Pharrell, Devin The Dude, The Dream, Gucci Mane, T-Pain, Tyler, The Creator and more. “When I Get Home” may come as a surprise to some, but it’s right on time to celebrate the power, energy and tranquility of black people. Solange delivers yet another well-written, eargasmic offering that will energize the ears and soul. “When I Get Home” is the follow up to Solange’s 2016 album “A Seat At The Table.” “When I Get Home” is now available via all digital music platforms. R&B veteran Sammie returns with his fourth album, “Everlasting”, a title that has strong meaning to his roots. The 13 song project features the single “Times 10”, in addition to “Issues”, “Success Vs. Love” and “P.O.F.” This project will save women a lot of money on therapy bills. “Everlasting” is all the therapy, apologies and closure they’ll need. Tracks like “Funeral”, “Stupid” and “Face To Face” give female listeners a clear understanding of what men feel but won’t say. “Everlasting” also includes tracks for the fellas, and tracks for the ladies as well as fun and sexy songs we can all enjoy. Sammie also promotes “Everlasting” by releasing a music video for the single “H.I.T.L.” Directed by Keoni Mars, the clip shows Sammie showering his lady with all the love and attention she deserves. “Everlasting” is for listening and learning. Learning to heal from heartbreak, learning when to say “I’m sorry”, learning what to do in the bedroom and learning how to accept what happens in life. If it’s true that Spring is the season of love, then “Everlasting” will have an “Everlasting” effect on you. The world watched Sammie evolve from a 12-year-old sensation to a platinum selling singer/songwriter/performer. In 2017, Sammie came of age with the release of his third album and first full length independent LP, “Coming Of Age.” 2016 set the stage for his sophomore effort, in which Sammie delivered the smash EP “I’m Him.” Rising singer/actor Jacob Latimore returns to the spotlight with an infectious new single for lovers. While he’ s been lighting up the big and small screen, fans have been waiting patiently for the followup to his album “Connection.” He unveils the single “Come Over Here”, a midtempo R&B number that finds Latimore requesting a visit from his lady. The track appears to be from a forthcoming album, which will  make this an exciting year for Latimore as he can been seen on the second season of Showtime’s The Chi, which premiers April 7. Singer/songwriter Ne-Yo pays homage to New Jack Swing with “Genesis”, the new single from the original You Tube series “Step Up: High Water.” The uptempo track finds the crooner writing and singing as Sage Odom, the Director of High Water Performing Arts School and a former pop star trying to make a comeback. Frequently presented as the series’ antagonist, “Genesis” highlights Sage’s perspective, challenging viewers to see things from his point of view. Based on the film franchise from Lionsgate, “Step Up: High Water” follows students at a cutthroat performing arts school in Atlanta. Series regulars Ne-Yo, Naya Rivera and Faizon Love will return for a second season, joining newcomers Ashely Greene, Robin Givens and Jeremy Copeland. In the second season, rapper Rick Ross is set to star as himself, as is Tadrick Hall and choreographer JaQuel Knight. Packed with original songs, “Step Up: High Water” receives musical direction, production and songwriting from Timbaland. Season 2 premieres on You Tube Premium on March 20. The soundtrack, which will be compiled by Emmy nominated music supervisor Jen Malone, will also arrive on March 20. Rapper Juice WRLD’s forthcoming album “Death Race For Love” will be released next week. But before it arrives, the Chicago native decided to release another single from the highly anticipated effort titled “”Hear Me Calling” on Friday. While the 20-year old continues to touch on such issues as heartbreak, the track actually sounds like a bonus track from Drake’s 2016 effort “Views.” “Hear Me Calling” is the followup to “Robbery”, which was released in February and set the stage for album’s Play Station inspired roll out. Juice WRLD will also hit the road with Ski Mask the Slump God for several North American shows once he completes his European tour dates with rapper Nicki Minaj. The tour will begin in Vancouver on April 25.

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