Chris Brown linked up with his frequent collaborator Sevyn Streeter on her new track, “Guilty,” also featuring A$AP Ferg. The track follows Streeter’s previous single, “HMU,” to amp up her forthcoming album, Drunken Wordz, Sober Thoughtz.
Chris Brown also lent his R&B vocals to “Rolls Royce Umbrella,” a new track from Alabama rapper CLEVER. Fans were first introduced to CLEVER on Juice WRLD‘s 2019 single, “Ring Ring.”
Next up is Kelly Rowland with another melanated song and video for her new single, “Black Magic.” It arrives a day after the singer celebrated her 40th birthday and follows her 2020 singles, “Crazy” and “Coffee.” The accompanying video features touching clips of black families and children laughing, including a reveal of Kelly’s baby bump being painted as a globe, with ‘Love’ painted over the continent of Africa.
“We bring the glow to the sun / We bring the laughter to fun / We start the new religion baby / We wooped the world and left it brainless,” Kelly sings on the chorus.
Kelly’s six-year-old son, Titan, makes his first video appearance in the visual to give his brother — Kelly’s newborn baby, Noah Jon — a kiss on the cheek. Kelly shares both boys with her husband Tim Weatherspoon.
New Orleans singer Lucky Daye returns with another U.S.-London collaboration for “My Window,” featuring British singer Mahalia. The track is featured on Daye’s new EP, Table for Two, which features duets with Ari Lennox, Queen Naija and fellow UK singer Tiana Major9.
And to top off the list, Eric Bellinger releases his 31st project, 1-800-HIT-EAZY, a joint album with his go-to-producer, Hitmaka.
By Rachel George
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