Eric Bellinger feat. The Game – Awkward
Choose Up Season has commenced and Eric Bellinger is here to prove it. Calling on Cali rapper The Game, the duo let their exes know that things are all types of “Awkward.” Singing out, “Why you still textin’ my mama? You can let it go, she ain’t callin’ back,” the new single is the perfect “get the f*ck on” song for your ex.
Chris Brown feat. Trey Songz – Songs On 12 Play
With perhaps one of the best albums of 2014 in his hands, Chris Brown made up for the wait that came with his album X. The LP, which hosts a plethora of features, gave us one in particular that we knew would make our list. Calling on his soon-to-be tour mate Trey Songz for the R. Kelly inspired, “Songs On 12 Play,” the R&B heartthrobs gave the ladies (and some gents) a taste of what to expect whenever they hit the road for their joint tour. If you weren’t excited before, now is definitely the time to get there.
Jagged Edge – Ready
Jagged Edge is making sure they bring that old school R&B back. Serving as the follow-up to “Hope,” the fellas dropped a new single titled “Ready,” and takes us back to the sound that we grew to know and love from them. Cooing out, “I never thought I’d say this, but I’m ready to be in love,” the potential for J.E. Heartbreak 2 is looking to be just what R&B heads need.
Raheem Devaughn – Queen
Raheem Devaughn is truly a talent who deserves much more shine. Whether he’s singing about love making or pushing for a positive message, the gifted singer/songwriter makes his fans fall in love with each sound he delivers. Taking the more subtle route this time around, Raheem salutes all the women in the world as he treats them like the Queens that they are. We salute the self-proclaimed Love King.
Tinashe feat. Dev Hynes – Bet
Last month saw Tinashe hit our list twice and this month is no different. With the release of her debut album just around the corner, the sexy singer gave fans another leak off the project, with the Dev Hynes-assisted “Bet.” The new song took us back to when we first fell in love with her sound early on, and proves to be a favorite from her already very well-received debut.
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