Producer Salaam Remi and Jimmy Cozier are back with their collaborative single “You Know That I Want You.” The track gives a taste of summer love to New York City. The song’s lyrics are about expressing a desire to commit and being vulnerable to the one you love. The visual shows Cozier serenading his lady, declaring his love and sincerity to her. “You Know That I Want You” will appear on Remi’s forthcoming album “Do It For The Culture 2.” Other singles released from the project include “Find My Love”, “Roll The Dice”, “Carrot Juice”, “Shake Dat Je’llo”, “That Guy”, “Back Burner”, “It’s Never Enough” and “Thirsty.” The producer formed his own label, “Louder Than Life”, which has achieved success with such artists as OMI, Starley, Mack Wilds, Hiatus Kaiyote and others. The label is independent and desires to push creative boundaries with talent received. There will be a follow up to “Do It For The Culture 2.” Singer LaTocha Scott is back with the single “Six4.” The Atlanta native collaborated with producers Tricky Stewart and Pierre Medor. The track was given to Scott by singer Beyonce Knowles and will feature fellow Atlanta native Andre 3000 on the remix version. The track highlights Scott’s diverse vocal range while remaining true to her R&B roots. Scott is a member of the female R&B quartet Xscape who charted with such hits as “Just Kicking It”, “Who Can I Run To” and “Understanding.” After leaving the group in 1999, Scott released her debut album “Solo Flight 404”, which featured the single “Still Ghetto.” She reunited with Xscape for a reunion tour and a reality series titled “Xscape Still Kicking It.” In 2018, three of the four members released the EP “Here For It.” “Six4” is now available on all digital formats. Singer Lola Monroe has returned to the limelight with the single, “Blah Blah”, featuring Terell Britt. “Blah Blah” is a fun and energetic number that finds Lola delivering bars containing intricate wordplay and boastful whims, due to her success as a full time entrepreneur. The song also captures the energy women have brought to hip hop in 2019, which has more than met the men. “Blah Blah” follows the E! documentary “The Platinum Life”, which follows Lola as she balances life, family and the reintroduction of her music. Lola has appeared on “106 & Park” and “The BET Awards.” In addition, she’s collaborated with Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Cassie, King Los, Christina Milan and Trina. Without question, fans can expect more music from Lola Monroe. Rapper Pusha T recently released the single, “Coming Home”, featuring Lauryn Hill. Produced by Kanye West and Mike Dean, the offering is the embodiment of creative geniuses coming together. The song’s basic premise is empowering the masses to pursue their dreams, regardless of the circumstances life has presented them. Pusha T’s lyrics empower black people to overcome their trials and persevere. Lauryn Hill certainly doesn’t disappoint. She delivered the goods. “Coming Home” is a brilliant song that will captivate listeners from beginning to end.