Chris Brown has rolled out two brand new visuals in preparation for his forthcoming seventh studio album, Royalty. The Virginia native delivers a music video to complement the track “Back To Sleep” as well as “Wrist” which features Solo Lucci. Breezy has already put out a number of visuals for almost all the singles leading up to the official release date of the album slated for December 18. Hit the play button above to watch “Back To Sleep” and below to watch “Wrist” featuring Solo Lucci. Royalty is available for pre-order on iTunes and Amazon Music.
Janet Jackson ft. J. Cole – No Sleeep (Official Video)
Renowned singer Janet Jackson decided to join forces with hip-hop’s finest talent, rapper J. Cole, for her first video in over six years, to the remix of “No Sleeep.” Ms Jackson tweeted to the fans “I hope u enjoy watching this as much as we enjoyed making it.” Hit the play button above to enjoy the visual to the classic sound, and in case you missed the official studio version of “No Sleeep”, listen to it here.
Janet Jackson – No Sleeep
After going on hiatus for six good years, Janet Jackson has decided to bless us with a new song, titled “No Sleeep.” The absolutely relaxing track is said to be the music icon’s first single off of her yet-to-named project. It’s most definitely great and exciting to have her back, and hopefully she won’t leave us hanging again this time around. Her forthcoming project will be released via Rhythm Nation, her label in partnership with BMG. Hit the play button above to enjoy the new offering.
The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face
Yesterday, The Weeknd premiered his single “Can’t Feel My Face” live at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, in the which the full-length CDQ version later released online. Produced by Grammy Award winners Max Martin, Ali Payami, Petar Svensson and Savan Kotecha, the song reminds us of the best to ever do it, the king of pop – Michael Jackson, as it sports a MJ vibe all-through. The new single will be the second track off the The Weeknd’s forthcoming studio project. Hit play button above to listen, and head over to iTunes for purchase, if you like it.
Three New Drake Songs Just Hit the Net
Three new songs from Drake’s forthcoming album Views from the 6, have surfaced online. Yesterday brought the full version of Drake and Beyonce’s collaboration “Can I,” which instantly ramped up the hype for the forthcoming album. Now we have two more, a slow jam collaboration with Tinashe, titled “On a Wave,” and “Go Out Tonight,” a solo cut … Read more
#FlashbackFriday: Ja Rule – Wonderful ft. R. Kelly, Ashanti (Official Video)
“Wonderful” is the lead single from Ja Rule’s sixth studio album R.U.L.E., released in 2004. The song features R&B singers R. Kelly and Ashanti. Ja Rule and the entire Murder Inc. crew were undoubtedly some of the major players during the 2000s era, and the success of “Wonderful” is another testimony to this. Hit the play button above to enjoy the Hype Williams-directed music video.
#FlashbackFriday: Ja Rule – Always On Time ft. Ashanti (Official Video)
Here is another massive hit from 15 years ago, Ja Rule “Always On Time” featuring Ashanti. This song was named the 33rd most successful song of the 2000s, on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Songs of the Decade Chart. “Always On Time” wasn’t only successful in the US, it was a worldwide hit. Hit the play button above and relive old memories if you were around during this era, otherwise just enjoy the song.
#FlashbackFriday: Cassidy – Hotel ft. R. Kelly (Official Video)
Okay, so i was on YouTube few days back, and i somehow stumbled upon a music video from way back, which i grew up with. This brought back so many beautiful memories along with great feelings, that i ended up watching more old music videos. Hence, i thought it won’t be a bad idea to make it a tradition on SWANKISM – every Fridays to be exact, to share some of these beautiful music from the ’90s and early 2000s era, even though we’re more “today” and “future” oriented.
If you are an ’80s or early ’90s baby, i’m sure you will be familiar with the #FlashbackFriday tradition, and you’ll love it. If you weren’t yet available on earth during this era, i’m sure you will still love the music the ’90s and early 2000s had to offer.
The first #FlashbackFriday video to go up, is Philadelphia rapper Cassidy’s 2003 debut single “Hotel” featuring R. Kelly. The Swizz Beatz-produced song also serves as the lead single from Cassidy’s debut studio album Split Personality, which can be purchased via the links below.
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/CHPlay?IQid=CYH