On her second solo record, Liv Warfield gets a little help from Prince, who executive produces and contributes one song to this genre-crossing disc. The big-voiced Warfield has been a touring member of the most recent incarnation of the New Power Generation. She shows range and versatility here, writing all but two of the thirteen tracks while producing the set. The songs, recorded live with a muscular yet flexible band, have a refreshing vividness and dimension. While a few of them feel somewhat unrealized (“Lena Blue”) and broad, Warfield compensates with her dynamic vocals. Top songs ‘Stay – Soul Lifted’ , ‘Come Back’ , and ‘Your Show’.

Review by www.boston.com


  1. Coat Of Arms
  2. The Unexpected
  3. Why Do You Lie?
  4. BlackBird
  5. Stay – “Soul Lifted”
  6. Catch Me If You Can
  7. Don’t Say Much
  8. Lena Blue
  9. Freedom
  10. Come Back
  11. Your Show
  12. Fanfare
  13. Fly


Adult contemporary giant David Foster played a major role in the making of Unconditional Love, one most likely greater than the productions, arrangements, and keyboards for which he is credited here. (Who else would have thought to dig up his and Boz Scaggs‘ largely forgotten if successful collaboration from the Urban Cowboy soundtrack?) This is a pleasingly straightforward set, dominated by covers, that plays to Studdard’s strength as a mature, romantic balladeer. Some of the song selections — “I Can’t Make You Love Me” and “(They Long to Be) Close to You,” for instance — are a tad obvious and plain, but there are several subtle surprises. Paul and Linda McCartney’s “My Love” could have been done faithfully, but it sounds like a glistening and snappy dead ringer for something off an early-’80s Luther Vandross album. On Marvin Gaye’s “If This World Were Mine,” Studdard and Grammy winner Lalah Hathaway are more like Vandross and Cheryl Lynn than Gaye and Tammi Terrell, and the two sound just as natural with one another. There’s another nod to the Hathaway family with a cover of “Love, Love, Love,” the J.R. Bailey/Ken Williams composition popularized by Lalah’s father Donny. This version has more of a lilt to it, and at no point does Studdard sound like he’s bearing the weight of living up to a genius.


01 The Nearness of You
02 Close the Door
03 Love, Look What You’ve Done To Me
04 I Can’t Make You Love Me
05 Hello Again
06 Love, Love, Love
07 They Long To Be (Close To You)
08 If This World Were Mine (feat. Lalah Hathaway)
09 My Love
10 Unconditional
11 Meant To Be
12 Home
13 You Are the Sunshine of My Life
Eric Bellinger will see his first official full-length album, The Rebirth, land in March.
While he has written hit singles for artists like Usher, Chris Brown, Jennifer Hudson, Justin Bieber and many more, the Grammy winning singer/songwriter has now scored his own charting single with the Kriss Kross sampled “I Don’t Want Her,” which debuted at No. 37 on the Rhythmic chart today.
Bellinger’s 2-disc LP features 16 all new original songs, with guest appearances from Sevyn Streeter, Problem, Kid Ink and more; while the second disc is a collection of Eric’s favorite songs from his ‘Born II Sing‘ mixtape series, and some recent leaks. Giving new listeners and his already loyal fan base plenty for their money.


  1. The Rebirth (The Rebirth)
  2. Double Entendre Ft. Sage the Gemini (The Rebirth)
  3. I Don’t Want Her Ft. Problem (The Rebirth)
  4. Drake’s Ex (The Rebirth)
  5. Gift & Curse (The Rebirth)
  6. Delorean (The Rebirth)
  7. Catch 22 Ft. Sevyn (The Rebirth)
  8. Liquid Courage Ft. Victoria Monet (The Rebirth)
  9. The 1st Lady (The Rebirth)
  10. Kiss Goodnight Ft. Kid Ink (The Rebirth)
  11. Pandora (The Rebirth)
  12. Jump the Gun (The Rebirth)
  13. Your Favorite Song (The Rebirth)
  14. Imagination (The Rebirth)
  15. Amateur Night (The Rebirth)
  16. Reward (The Rebirth)
  17. Usher Intro/Bed Medicine (The Rebirth)
  18. ASAP (The Rebirth)
  19. Club Lights Ft. Tank (The Rebirth)
  20. Body Language Ft. Sha Sha Jones (The Rebirth)
  21. R&B Singer Ft. Joe Budden (The Rebirth)
  22. Get A Loan (The Rebirth)
  23. Circle of Love (The Rebirth)
  24. 9 Lives Ft Too Short & Ty Dolla $ign (The Rebirth)
  25. Do 4 Love (The Rebirth)
  26. Road Trip (The Rebirth)
  27. Same Ol’ Ft. Jon B. (The Rebirth)
  28. Or Nah Ft. Marcus Moody (The Rebirth)
  29. My Queen (The Rebirth)
  30. Ride It Ft. Christina Milian (The Rebirth)
  31. Nude (The Rebirth)
  32. So Good (The Rebirth)


With Ashanti‘s ‘I Got It’ video due imminently, the R&B belle is giving fans a taster of what to expect from its parent album ‘Braveheart’.
Delayed in earnest, the project is finally set to arrive in stores on March 4th via the singer’s own label Written Entertainment. Guests on the set include Rick Ross, Beenie Man, Jeremih, and French Montana.
Top tracks on this album are ‘No Where’ , ‘3Words’ , ‘Love Games’ , ‘I Got It’ ft Rick Ross

1. Intro/Braveheart
2. Nowhere
3. Runaway
4. Count
5. Early In The Morning feat. French Montana
6. 3 Words
7. Love Games feat. Jeremih
8. Scars
9. Never Should Have
10. She Can’t
11. Don’t Tell Me No
12. I Got It feat. Rick Ross
13. First Real Love feat. Beenie Man/Outro
14. Bonafide Survivor (Target Exclusive)
15. RIP (Target Exclusive)
Dionne Farris has a great voice and writing skills that are envious. “Hidden Charm”, Ms. Farris’ great EP release, showcases all her talents. Nice love songs with good lyrics (unlike some of the new R & B artists that seem to try to cram in so many useless words in each line of a song it makes me immediately turn the song off) and a very mellow delivery. Thanks for the music, Ms. Farris– share your gifts more often!

01. For You
02. Laughin’ & Cryin’
03. Daydream
04. Funny
05. Hidden Charm
06. Open
07. Sweet Hello


Southern Soul by the main man TK Soul.




1 Now This is a Party
2 Somebody Loves You
3 The Goodbye Song
4 I’m Looking For a Lady
5 Where I’m From
6 Caught Up In Doing Wrong
7 That Kind of Man
8 I Stay Ready
9 Get It
10 Everything


The highly anticipated 2014 release by Gospel’s most innovative quartet “The Williams Singers”. This hit packed project features the likes of chart topping artist Zacardi Cortez, Lisa Knowles, Virgil Reliford and more.



01. Interlude
02. Quartet Sang’n 2 (Bonus Track)
03. Been Good (feat. Zacardi Cortez)
04. Believe (feat. Lisa Knowles)
05. Be Alright
06. Talk’n About That Number
07. Interlude 2
08. On My Nerves
09. Can’t Leave (feat. Sam James)
10. Dr. Watts
11. Hallelujah
12. Hallelujah Reprise (feat. Quinton Elliott)
13. Good Morning
14. Destined
15. We’ll Meet Again (feat. Virgil Reliford)
16. Let’s Get Married (Bonus Track)


A soulful blend of melodic tunes and sweet harmonies; music that feels as good as it sounds.
This a 5* album for your collection.. Essential listening



01. Something (feat. Curtis Mayfeel)
02. Good (feat. Jevon Washington)
03. Hold On
04. Love Again
05. Mine
06. Happy
07. Baby
08. For My Woman (Interlude)
09. Ebony (feat. Jevon Washington)
10. Every Single Time
11. Can We
12. Be With You


Grammy nominated songstress Ledisi has announced her fifth studio album will be titled ‘The Truth.’ The anticipated follow-up to 2011′s Pieces of Me, is due out March 11, 2014 via Verve Music.
The album is expected to feature Ledisi’s trademark soaring ballads but also a generous collection of up-tempo, beat-driven celebrations of love and lust.
“With every album I grow, and with The Truth I’ve gone to a new level. It’s an extension of who I am and where I am in my life. Everything I am feeling and experiencing is in this album and I am excited to share it with my fans,” states Ledisi. “Of all of my recordings, this is definitely my favorite album ever.”
The first single off the forthcoming album is the breezy and joyful, “I Blame You,” written and produced by Claude Kelly, Chuck Harmony and Ledisi (the team who brought you “Pieces of Me”).


01. “I Blame You”
02. “Rock With You”
03. “That Good Good”
04. “Lose Control”
05. “Like This”
06. “Anything”
07. “The Truth”
08. “Missy Doubt”
09. “88 Boxes”
10. “Can’t Help Who You Love”


Listened to this album, and in truth, I do not rate Loots vocals at all. But in saying that, I found 3 tracks that the 2 step UK DJ’s will definitely be playing on their radio shows and house parties, “We Can Go to Mars” , “The Choice Is Yours” , and “Body 2 Body”.


01. Come on Girl [Explicit]
02. Backstroke
03. Party Like It’s You Last
04. Shake Ya Ass [Explicit]
05. I Just Wanna Dance with You
06. Be Careful Who You’re Lovin’
07. No One Compares
08. Must Be the Thug in Me
09. Tell Me If You Wanna Love
10. We Can Go to Mars
11. I Don’t Give a Damn
12. Hit It from the Side
13. Unbreakable
14. The Choice Is Yours
15. Propa Luv
16. Body 2 Body
17. Loot Is Gonna Luv Ya
18. That Bruva Called Loot (Remix)