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Veteran R&B singer/songwriter India Arie encourages listeners to love to the fullest extent in her new music video “Steady Love.” The visual highlights the heartfelt vocals and cleverly written lyrics by showcasing Arie and her significant other, played by rapper David Banner, enjoying one another’s company while dealing with the ups and downs of a relationship. Fans will enjoy this touching visual. After topping the Billboard Adult R&B and Mediabase UAC charts with his new single, “Dirty”, Tank celebrates the feat by releasing an official remix featuring Chris Brown and Feather & Rahky. The track switches from a trap sound to a more R&B format as Tank and Brown deliver heartfelt vocals about sex, love, and passion  as they aim to please their ladies. The song samples the Keith Sweat hit “Twisted” and was produced by Hitmaka, and co-produced by OG Parker, Paul Cabbin, Smash David and Tee Ramano. “Dirty” is Tank’s second #1 single following “When We”, the number one UAC Song of 2018. “When We” held the #1 spot on both the Billboard and Mediabase UAC charts for 13 weeks  and was nominated for the iHeart Radio Song of the Year. Tank’s  ninth studio album is due this summer. Emeli Sande continues to build anticipation around her forthcoming album, “Real Life”, due out on June 12 via Capitol Records. The album’s first single, “Extraordinary Being”, was released in collaboration with X-Men: Phoenix, due in theaters on June 7. “Extraordinary Being” features sparse piano chords then quickly builds with propulsive drum taps and funky guitar rhythms, before delving into a disco sound with the addition of sweeping strings. The accompanying music video was directed by Sarah McColgan, and finds Sande delving into a cosmic world, interspersed with scenes from the film. “Real Life” is the follow up to Sande’s 2017 EP “Kingdom Come”, which features the singles “Starlight” and “Higher.” She has sold over six million albums worldwide and 20 million singles across all tracks. Her full length debut, “Our Version Of Events”, was named one of the best albums of 2012 by  critics and was certified gold in the United States. Ed Sheeran and Chance The Rapper join forces on the single “Cross Me.” On the feel good number, Sheeran delivers intoxicating vocals as he highlights his loyalty to his lady. “Cross Me” is the follow up to the Justin Bieber collaboration “I Don’t Care”, which sits at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. “Cross Me” and “I Don’t Care” will appear on the British crooner’s forthcoming album “No. 6 Collaborations Project”, due out on July 12.

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