List: The Best of June – Top 15 Records


Teyana Taylor feat. Yo Gotti & Pusha T – Maybe

While Teyana Taylor teased her Yo Gotti and Pusha T assisted single “Maybe” in the month of May, it wasn’t until this month that the official version was released for fans to enjoy. Lacing the seductive track with some sexy and sultry vocals, the first lady of G.O.O.D. Music really took it down for us this time around and we had no problem with it at all.


Trevor Jackson – Good Girl, Bad Girl

Cited as one of the most talented young artists out right now, Trevor Jackson just continues to impress us with every move he makes. Whether it’s with his acting, dancing, or vocal ability, the 17-year-old heartthrob is growing up right in front of our eyes and that was definitely proven when he released his new single, “Good Girl, Bad Girl”.


Keyshia Cole – She

Surprising us all on her release for June, songstress Keyshia Cole lets us know that she’s not against a little girl-on-girl action. Dropping her single, “SHE,” the singer discusses her longing fantasy of engaging in sexual activities with another woman. Belting out, “Ooo you do me like I’m your drug / You’re like poison on the tip of my tongue,” Keyshia turns the DJ Mustard production into almost every man’s fantasy.


Mae Oriel – Can’t Say No

Up and coming Toronto songstress Mae Oriel makes her first appearance on our roundup with her new single, “Can’t Say No”. Found on her upcoming project Playback Monologue, the impressive singer-songwriter continues to pull us in with her smooth and lovable vocals. Although a very fresh talent, Mae is 2 for 2 on her releases and has us patiently awaiting much more.


Kay Cola – Soft Kisses

While most R&B listeners might think Kay Cola is new to the scene, the Grammy-nominated songwriter has been penning some of your favorite rap songs for quite some time. Now stepping from behind the scene to give you a piece of her own vocal talents, the songstress gave us quite the introduction. Delivering her raunchy yet sexy single, “Soft Kisses,” if you missed its debut on the site this month, you’ll appreciate us running it back for you now.


There were plenty of more strong contenders this month. If you don’t see your favorite from June on the list, tell us in the comments section below!

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