R&B/Soul singer Bonita Jalane just released the visual for her latest single, “Dear John.” The Brooklyn native has been active in the music industry since 2005.  The songstress has collaborated with JR Writer, Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, Hell Rell, 40cal and more. This lead to performances with Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Monica, Lyfe Jennings and Fantasia. Jalane appeared on BET’s “How Sweet The Sound Tour” in 2009 and in 2011 she released the single “Outta This World”, featuring rap veteran Micky Factz. In 2015, she released the single “Stare”, which won Best Music Video at the Rendezous Film Festival. She currently serves as host of “R&B Live” on Comcast Spotlight. Jalane recently released the EP “Introducing Bonita Jalane.” In the music video for “Dear John”, the singer pens a breakup letter to her significant other. The style of the video has the artist ready to end her toxic relationship. With the help of friends, Jalane pushes past her feelings and does what she thinks is best for herself, ending the video with an attention grabbing cliff hanger. The video has an urban aesthetic mood to it, highlighting the singer’s fashion sense and smooth vocals. Check out “Introducing Bonita Jalane.” The six track project is a reintroduction to the singer and she defines who she is. Being reared by Cambodian refugees has shaped the artistry of R&B singer Satica. The songstress’ style is deeply personal and emotional with a sound the mixes pop, R&B and hip hop. Her new EP “Dear April Ily” was produced by long time friend Mike Derenzo and Moving Castle co-founder AObeats. In the EP, she reflects on the current stage of her life and prior experiences. The title was inspired by her childhood nickname April, given to her by her brother. The EP track “Son Of A Gun” features LBGTQ artist Samika, which was inspired by the tragic hate crime that took place at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, FL in 2016. Satica is definitely one to watch. Singer/songwriter Baj just released the visual for her single “Tonight.” The Atlanta native has wanted to be a singer since childhood. In 2015, she entered the music industry by performing cover songs. Shortly thereafter, she began writing songs, which lead her to connect with the production duo Kreative Villains. “Tonight” was co-produced by Kreative Villains and Mark Byrd. The track is about independence and having a carefree night. It samples the Cyndi Lauper hit “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.” Baj revealed that listening to the song reminded her of her adolescent years, hanging out with friends and being young and carefree. She believes that “Tonight” has the same nostalgic feeling and portrays that in the visual. It also made her think of the film “ATL.” Popular parts of the film take place in a skating rink, so she wanted to pay homage to the film. That energy will be reflected on Baj’s forthcoming debut EP “Dream Summer”, which will continue with the same upbeat vibe and tell a story that fans can relate to. It will include a mixture of pop and R&B and give fans a better understanding of who Baj is as an artist.