Songstress and “Army Wives” star Ashanti features a variety of story lines in the Sanji Senaka-directed visuals for her soaring crossover ballad, “Never Should Have.” This record will be on her anticipated, fifth studio LP entitled Braveheart, which is scheduled to drop on June 4th.
Watch Ashanti’s “Never Should Have” video below.
Ashanti definitely has a crossover hit on her hands. The singer-songwriter dropped her new single entitled “Never Should Have” produced by Mansur. This broken-hearted record will be featured on Ashanti’s upcoming, fifth LP titled Braveheart. It is scheduled to drop on June 4th via her label, Written Entertainment.
Stream Ashanti’s “Never Should Have” below.
Mariah Carey looks stunning in the video for her latest single, “Almost Home,” from the new Disney film, Oz the Great and Powerful. The simple, black-and-white visuals features the glammed up diva belting out her record, while color clips of the new film play in between.
Watch Mariah Carey’s “Almost Home” video below.
London-based singer-songwriter Jess Mills reworked Anita Baker’s 1986 classic, “Sweet Love,” into an uptempo, electronic record. New words and Beyoncé’s ”Sweet Dreams“-inspired melody were incorporated into the verses, but the original flowing, sing-along chorus remains the same.
Stream/download Jess Mills’ remake of “Sweet Love” below.
Mariah Carey has been steadily working on her highly-anticipated, thirteenth studio LP. In the meantime, she dropped her new single entitled “Almost Home” from the soundtrack of the upcoming Disney fantasy flick, Oz the Great and Powerful (a prequel to The Wizard of Oz).
Listen to Mariah Carey’s “Almost Home” below.
Here’s the visuals to Cee Lo‘s lead single, “Only You,” featuring newcomer Lauriana Mae. This is record is from his forthcoming LP entitled Cee-Lo Green… Is Everybody’s Brother. Not word on the release date just yet.
Watch Cee Lo’s “Only You” video featuring Lauriana Mae below.
East London singer-songwriter and tattooist Purple Ferdinand performed her sweet rendition of Little Dragon’s “No Love” for 1Xtra Live Lounge.
Check out her cover of “No Love” below.
Soulful crooner Josh Osho, hailing from South London, dropped the visuals for his touching lead single, “Even In War,” from his acoustic, 7-track EP titled The John Doe EP. If you’re new to his music, here are a couple of things to consider before you begin your listening experience.
What you will need:
1 pair of ears, 1 pair of eyes.
1. Take a young man from the Southern corners of London. Soak in a bowl of rise and falls and sprinkle with a pinch of seasoning.
2. Pour in a generous helping of love.
3. Place into a pre-heated studio. Add guitar, assorted melodies, lyrics and a large tablespoon of heart. Leave for a few days, remove and allow to cool.
Serving suggestion: Enjoy with a good pair of speakers, an open mind and heart and a good mint tea.
Watch Josh Osho’s visuals for “Even Me” below.