(Photo) Musiq Soulchild is Releasing a New Album

The Philadelphia soul singer is about to release his new project. Tomorrow, April 15, 2016, “Life On Earth” will be available for Musiq fans worldwide. The concept and meaning behind the album artwork and title refers to people’s “lives on earth in love, or in dealing with love.” With this album, Musiq hopes to communicate with people in a way that they can relate to and help them understand that even in heartache there is room to love again.

Future Is Sitting On 3 R&B Albums Worth Of Material

Future is continuing his reign on trap music, hyping up our own Ebro with the idea of him having 3 r&b albums worth of music stashed away…hit the jump.

GRAMMYS: The Weeknd Wins “Best Urban Contemporary Album” And “Best R&B Performance” Awards

All hail Abel! The Weeknd has just snagged his first two Grammy Awards off of his blockbuster year in music. Hit the jump.

(Video) R. Kelly Has A Special Message For His Fans, The Black Community & Fellow R&B Artists!

R&B crooner R. Kelly has been in the game 10+ years and has a lot of knowledge to share with the world. He recently recorded a video giving a special message to the black community as a whole, other R&B artists and all of his fans in general who enjoy the soothing sounds of R&B music. He explained the importance of supporting one another as R&B listeners, his forthcoming album The Buffet (which would be his 13th studio album) plus much more. Check out Kellz’ public service announcement below and make sure to pre-order The Buffet via iTunes!

(Video) Pleasure P Slams Other R&B Artists Saying They Don’t Support The Genre

The current state of R&B music has been a hot topic for quiet some time now. While some people believe that R&B is still a popular others believe it’s popularity is long gone. One of these people who believe R&B is dead is singer/songwriter Pleasure P. In an interview with DJ Smallz Eyes Pleasure P shared his feelings about just why R&B is now longer a thriving genre. Hit the jump for more.

(Video) Let’s See Taylor Swift Shake This Off: $42 Million Lawsuit, R&B Artist Claimed To Be Ripped Off

Well the song does say haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate but she never mentioned how suer’s gonna sue sue sue sue sue, probably cause she never seen this one coming. R&B artist Jesse Graham filed a $42 million lawsuit this week against the Grammy-winning Taylor Swift — after his request for a selfie with the singer was denied — claiming that her hit “Shake It Off” rips off a key phrase from a song he wrote back in 2013 called “Haters Gone Hate”. Hit the jump and compare the songs, you be the judge for this one.

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