While we wait on her new Heart on My Sleeve LP, Mary Lambert let go a new single titled ‘Secrets’ featuring B.o.B.
Emerging artist Bando Jonez sexed up the airwaves earlier this year with his debut single “Sex You.” Now the singer/songwriter has released a music video for the official remix featuring T-Pain and B.o.B.
Pain kicks off the remix to the steamy song while promoting his provocative campaign to various ladies at a house party. Bando shows up fashionably late to spread his “message” around, while B.o.B joins in some drinking games and parties with all the fine females.
Recently Bando released his second single “There She Go” featuring Jeezy. He is currently working on his debut album which is due out via Zone 4/Epic.
Peep the remix video below:
With No Genre 2 arriving in just 24 hours, B.o.B premieres the brand new visual for the first original single off the project, ‘Many Rivers‘ directed by 1st Impressions.
In the Dennis Liu-directed clip below, B.o.B shares the common desire to get money in the visual for “All I Want” off his album Underground Luxury.
Look out for his new mixtape No Genre 2 coming soon.
Atlanta native Bando Jonez has been blowing up on the scene with his hit single, “Sex You.“
Releasing the visual to the original version of the sexy cut just last month, the up and coming singer has now felt that time has come to drop a hot remix for fans to enjoy. Featuring fast rapping artist Twista, “rappa ternt sanga” T-Pain and underground luxury living artist B.0.B, the new and improved song is a certified banger.
Don’t believe us? Take a listen to the boys talk their sh*t below:
Sevyn Streeter has been dropping some remixes of her own with the latest being the new YG version to her single “nEXt,” but now the rising R&B songstress jumps on the official remix to her labelmate B.o.B‘s new single “John Doe.”
Sounding great on the track, which boasts new production as well, Sevyn fills in for Priscilla Renea on the reworked version.
“Seems like the bus moves slower, just cuz you’ve got somewhere to go / So, you take a few pills in Beverly Hills, but if anyone asks you, you’ve got a prescription / You’ve got an addiction who do you think you’re foolin,” she gracefully sings on the anthemic tune.
Take a listen their remix below:
T-Pain add Kid Ink and Lil Boosie for the remix to ‘Up Down (Do This All Day),’ which originally featured B.o.B.
Teddy’s new album, Stoicville: The Phoenix is coming soon.
Last month we premiered Keke Palmer‘s brand new song “Ride This Beat” produced by Bangladesh. Now, the singer/actress brings fans the final version which features a verse from rap star B.o.B.
The sexy tune showcases Keke’s new mature style and persona as she looks to ignite a night to remember on the dance floor.
“It ain’t loud enough / Make me feel it inside of me / Play no games with me boy / Don’t be scared pull me close,” she sings.
Keke is busy working on her new project due out later this year on Bangladesh Records. Earlier this week it was announced that she will be making tv history this summer with the debut of her new daily BET show tentatively titled, “The Keke Palmer Project.” The 20-year-old will target millennial viewers as she cover an array of topics and issues ranging from pop culture, fashion, sex, and more. Making her the youngest talk show host in television history.
Follow her lead and take a listen to her new single below!
Singer-songwriter JoJo is definitely taking advantage of her new home at Atlantic Records. Joining forces with labelmate B.o.B., the young and feisty diva and ATLien performed an acoustic version of his hit single, “John Doe“.
Filling in for the original vocalist on the song, Priscilla Renea, JoJo sounded absolutely incredible against B.o.B’s guitar skills. Showing off in front of a very intimate crowd, we’re hoping this isn’t the last of seeing them perform together – especially since we’ll be receiving JoJo’s third album some time soon.
Catch the performance below:
B.o.B and Wiz Khalifa get “High As Hell” on a new collaboration from Bobby Ray‘s upcoming album.