Has Aussie billionaire James Packer broken things off with Mariah Carey? An Australian tabloid claims he has. According to Woman’s Day, Packer dumped Carey over her spending habits and her upcoming reality show, Mariah’s World.
In a time where new R&B groups can’t seem to stick together or make it pass go, Philadelphia, PA newcomers M.T.B (Meant To Be) is on a mission to break this curse. Formed in 2015, the group has been working tirelessly to hone their talents while building up their character as a team.
London singer/songwriter Cherée introduces herself to the music world with her brand new single, ”Please.” Taken from her forthcoming EP, L-EP1, Cherée describes “Please” as being about her trying to reassure herself of her worth.
Singer/songwriter Sevyn Streeter says she was told she couldn’t sing the national anthem last night (Oct 26) at the season opener of the Philadelphia 76ers game because she was wearing a “We Matter” jersey.
After a long hiatus, R&B singer Lloyd returned this summer with the single and reflective music video for the song “Tru.” Things seemly got dark again after the song was released, but that’s now in the past because Lloyd has news for his dedicated fans.
Marcela Cruz is ready to give love another try, and her new project lays out all her reasoning. On her 6-track debut EP, Here We Go Again, the Boston, MA singer/songwriter delivers an autobiography on her tales of love and the “battles between the decision to stay and fight or to walk away.”
The video is a re-imagining of the 1963 Birmingham Church bombing that killed four little black girls named Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Carol Denise McNair, a turning point in the civil rights movement.