R&B songstress H.E.R taps Pop Smoke, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Chris Brown for the official remix of her latest single,”Slide.” The original version featured rapper YG, but the record is spicier with the new collaborators. The track is a promotional tool for the two-time Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter as the 2020 Grammy Awards draw near. H.E.R. has scored five nominations for the second year in a row; Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance. The singer/songwriter/musician has also been nominated for four NAACP Image Awards: Outstanding Album, Outstanding Female Artist, Outstanding Song Contemporary and Outstanding Music Video/Visual Album. In addition, she scored an iHeart Radio nomination for R&B Artist of the Year. H.E.R will take the stage at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards, airing live Sunday January 26 on CBS. Houston, TX native Coline Creuzot returns to the spotlight with her brand new single, “You Tried It”, her first release in 2020. The song is emotional and thought-provoking as Coline wows with her vocal delivery. She takes listeners on a journey of a relationship that offers no reciprocity or appreciation and finding the courage to stand up to that. The song was produced and co-written by Grammy nominated producer/songwriter Dew “Druski” Scott. “You Tried It” will appear on Coline’s forthcoming EP slated for release in late 2020. Coline is no stranger to the music industry. She has opened for Drake, K. Michelle, Keyshia Cole, T.I, Monica and more. Coline’s songwriting skill speaks for itself, as it lead a publishing deal with Sony ATV. R&B singer Ricardo Williams releases the third and final single from his EP “Intermission Vol. 1.” Titled “All I Need”, featuring Yummy Bingham, the track highlights the singer’s talent. After a successful 2019, Williams plans to up the ante in 2020 with new music and a tour. Newcomer Orion Sun steps into the spotlight with her new single “Ne Me Quitte Pas (Don’t Leave Me).” The New Jersey native wrote and produced the track taken from her debut album, coming in 2020. The Philadelphia resident made a name for herself in the City of Brotherly Love. She has shared stages with Daniel Caesar, Noname, Ibeyi and Sudan Archives and was highlighted by NPR as an artist to watch. She cites J Dilla, Nancy Wilson, Jodeci, Kirk Franklin, Hazel Scott and Digable Planets as influences.