List: The Best of June – Top 15 Records


Bridget Kelly – I Won’t Cry / Almost More

Aside from announcing her departure from Roc Nation this month, Bridget Kelly delivered some new music for fans to fawn over. Releasing the two-song “exclusive session” as preparation from her forthcoming debut album All or Nothing, the New York natives gives us a pure emotion on both tracks and makes us feel every word she’s belting out.


Jacob Latimore feat. T-Pain – Heartbreak Heard Around The World

Young singer/actor Jacob Latimore is stepping up to the plate as one of R&B’s latest teen sensations. Teaming up with Tallahassee’s finest rappa ternt sanga, T-Pain, the duo finally gives the Johnta Austin penned song the perfect fit. Titled, “Heartbreak Heard Around The World,” the new single comes ahead of Jacob’s debut album due out this year and Pain’s fifth album is also due out soon.


Azekel – New Romance

It’s always such a great feeling to have something new – especially a new love. R&B crooner Azekel proves just that as he sings out to us over his stunning track “New Romance”. Set over progressive production, the UK bred singer-songwriter-producer gives us the warm reminder of what it’s like to be in something new. Becoming one of our new favorites to bump to, “New Romance” definitely earned its place on our roundup this month.


Jhené Aiko feat. Cocaine 80’s – To Love & Die

Jhené Aiko has had quite the year. While her Sail Out EP had many talking late last year, fans are sitting on the edge of their seat awaiting the release of her debut album Souled Out. To add to the hype and build further anticipation, Jhené called on Cocaine 80s for her new single, “To Love & Die.” Taking over our playlists after the first listen, there should be no question as to just how the song made its way onto this month’s roundup.


Faith Evans feat. Missy Elliot & Sharaya J – I Deserve It

R&B Diva Faith Evans is getting this years album and Grammy nomination ready with her new single, “I Deserve It”! Found on her upcoming album Incomparable, the Missy Elliott and Sharaya J featured single has the ladies making it hot for the summer. Singing out about being loved right, this is surely a feel good track for the masses.


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