The City Girls are back. The Miami natives joined forces for the first time since JT’s release from prison on the track “You Tried It.” The bouncy number was released on all digital platforms Wednesday. JT released her “JT First Day Out” freestyle after regaining her freedom last month. Listen to “You Tried It” below.
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Dominique Armani Jones, known professionally as Lil Baby, is an American rapper/singer/songwriter from Atlanta, GA. In 2017, Jones released his debut mixtape “Perfect Timing.” On July 18, 2017, Jones released his second mixtape “Harder Than Hard.” In May 2018, Jones released his full length debut album “Harder Than Ever.” He’s set to release his sophomore effort “My Turn” in 2020.
Eric A. Bellinger Jr. is an American singer/songwriter/producer from Los Angeles, CA. Bellinger began his career as a member of the R&B group AKNU. In 2010, Bellinger was invited to join the songwriting collective The Writing Camp. Bellinger co-wrote songs for Selena Gomez and the Scene, Jacob Latimore and Big Time Rush. In 2012, Bellinger contributed the song “Death Penalty” to rapper The Game’s mixtape “California Republic.” Bellinger’s association with The Game lead to him writing several songs on The Game’s album “The Documentary 2”, for which he received recognition. He also signed a publishing deal with Sony ATV. However, complications with Bellinger’s catalog caused him to leave Sony ATV and sign with publisher BMI. In 2013, Bellinger released the three part mixtape series: “Born To Sing Vol. 1”, “Born To Sing Vol. 2” and “Born To Sing Vol. 3.” On May 14, 2017, Bellinger released his full length debut album “The Rebirth.” Bellinger followed that effort with the albums “Cuffing Season” and “Cuffing Season 2.” He also released the albums “Eazy Call” (2018), “The Rebirth 2” (2019) and “Saved By The Bellinger” (2019).
R&B veteran Montell Jordan returns to the spotlight with his eighth studio effort and first album in over a decade. Titled “The Masterpiece”, the 10-song project is the follow up to 2008’s “Let It Rain” and features special guest appearances by Christian rapper Lecrae, his wife Kristen Jordan, Dove Award winner Crystal Nicole, and more. The album’s first single, “When I’m Around You”, features Lecrae as the album dabbles in the inspiration and R&B genres with themes of love, relationships, lasting memories and more. The content is positive and inspirational, and Montell, who retired from music to join the church a decade ago, sounds unapologetically happy. Earlier this month, Montell and Keith Sweat announced a set of UK tour dates for March 2020, including dates in Manchester on March 26th, indigo2 London on March 28th and 02 Birmingham Institute on March 29th. Tickets for the TCO and Geestar Empire tour are available via the venues and the usual ticket outlets. Relationships are hard work. Rising Philadelphia sensation Doug C. Jr. expresses that sentiment on his latest single, “Why Would I Lie.” According to Doug, “Why Would I Lie” is about the beauty and uncertainty of love. Trust and reassurance are paramount. The ShizzieWho directed video shows a day in the life of a couple with the essentials that serve a strong foundation in their relationship, according to Doug: love, trust and reassurance. “Why Would I Lie” is the follow up to Doug’s 2018 single “Mean.” R&B veteran and Dru Hill front man Sisqo just released his highly anticipated project, “Genesis.” Released to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut album, “Unleash The Dragon”, the album features four mid-temp numbers that capture Sisqo’s sound. “Drag/On”, “Bend Down”, “Round & Round” and “Baby Girl” are all dance floor ready jams fans will surely love. Sisqo has also hinted at a new Dru Hill album in the near future. Singer Eric Bellinger just released his brand new album, “Cuffing Season 3.” The 23-song project finds Bellinger wooing both lovers and side pieces alike with emotion-filled intimate gems, fitting for the season’s low temperatures. From uptempo numbers to ballads, “Cuffing Season 3” will certainly set the mood.
Canadian singer The Weeknd just released “Heartless”, his first new music since his 2018 EP “My Melancholy” and his full length 2016 album ‘Starboy.” On the track, he’s looking to climb out of a personal hole. The Weeknd also announced via Twitter that there’s more music on the way.
Cypress Hill is an American hip hop group from South Gate, CA. Formed in 1988, the group initially consisted of Senen “Sen Dog” Reyes, Ulpiano Serigo “Mellow Man Ace” Reyes, Lawrence “DJ Muggs” Muggerud and Louis “B-Real” Freese. At the time, the group was known as DVX (Devastating Vocal Excellence). Mellow Man Ace left the group for a solo career, and they changed their name to Cypress Hill, after a street in South Gate. After recording a demo tape in 1989, Cypress Hill signed a recording contract with Roughhouse Records. Their self-titled debut album was released in August 1991. The album featured the singles ‘The Phuncky Feel One”, “How I Could Just Kill A Man”, “Hand On The Pump” and “Latin Lingo.” In 1993, the band’s sophomore effort, “Black Sunday”, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. They’ve also released the albums “Cypress Hill 3: Temples Of Boom” (1995), “Cypress Hill 4” (1998), “Skull & Bones” (2000), “Stoned Raiders” (2001), “Til Death Do Us Part” (2004), “Rise Up” (2010) and “Elephants On Acid” (2018).
Following the success of the “Millennium Tour”, R&B veteran Omarion announced plans to return with the “Millennium 2020 Tour” next year, but he’ll be joined by “Face Off” collaborator Bow Wow instead of his B2K bandmates this time around. The pair joined forces for their joint project in 2007. The duo will be joined by Soulja Boy, Pretty Ricky, Lloyd, Sammie and The Ying Yang Twins. Tickets go on sale Dec. 5 at 10 a.m. local time. Venues and tour dates will be announced on Monday Dec. 2.