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Trey Songz Taps 2 Chainz And Yo Gotti For "How Dat Sound"

Trey Songz is back in the game.

Trey Songz has been sitting on new music for a minute now. After teasing the unofficial release of a few loosies last week, the R&B heartthrob finally dropped a new track with "How Dat Sound" featuring 2 Chainz and Yo Gotti on Friday (Oct. 5).

"How Dat Sound" is Trey Songz first release since 2017's TREMAINE THE ALBUM, which peaked a No. 3 on the Billboard 200 in March of that year. Songz takes the chorus and second verse on the club-ready track, giving 2 Chainz and Yo Gotti the mic on the first and third verses, respectively.

Boasting a career-spanning number of hits, the sexually charged singer has no plans to hit the breaks. Making a late appearance to the game this year, Songz is making it clear that this small setback will make for a major set-up. Through subliminal messages on his social media accounts, Trey Songz will be back in full force sooner than we may think. Currently in the studio with Chris Brown, it's unclear whether the two are gearing up for a joint album or new track, but it'll most likely be fire regardless.

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In addition, with his role as an R&B star down pat, Trey Songz is currently expanding his résumé by taking the lead role in new crime thriller, Blood Brother. The film, which is being promotionally led by "How Dat Sound" boasts a star-studded cast including Jack Kesy, China Anne McClain and Fetty Wap.

In theaters and On Demand everywhere Nov. 30, catch the trailer for Blood Brother and stream "How Dat Sound" below.

READ MORE: Review: Trey Songz Shows Remorse For His Savagery On ‘Tremaine The Album’

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Aaron Aye Delivers Bop-Worthy Truths On New LP, 'F.E.A.R."

Some artists love to boast about their bars and nayhoos, but Aaron Aye truly has it all. The singer and rapper blend both talents with easy on his LP F.E.A.R.

F.E.A.R. which stands for "False Evidence Appearing Real," sees Aye get personal in his lyrics. In lead single"Roots," the artist highlights loss in many ways. From losing his mother to cancer and losing hope in his dreams, Aye gives out plenty of motivational vitamins to make it past your worries.

It's a recurring theme on F.E.A.R., which isn't a downer at all. Songs like "Over My Head" hand out valuable lessons while providing a groove only the 23-year-old can deliver. He's been compared to A-List talent like J. Cole and Drake for his honest storytelling, a factor that drifts in and out of popular music way too often.

With F.E.A.R., Aye speaks of peace and the importance of faith. Through the LP fans can hear how the L.A. artist overcame grief, depression and anxiety while building a positive sonic forcefield.

Make sure to give Aaron Aye a listen, he's more than worth it.

 

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Listen To An Unheard J Dilla Production On Common's "HER Love"

Grammy Award-winning rapper and entertainer, Common, has dropped his new single and music video entitled "HER Love," featuring Daniel Caesar with a special appearance from Dwele. The track also features an unreleased beat from the late J Dilla. 

"HER Love" has a signature beat from J Dilla and a soulful hook from Caesar. Common delivers a story that is dedicated to hip-hop, much like his 1994 classic “I Used to Love H.E.R.” Before his untimely passing, Dilla and Common worked on a vast amount of the rapper's music, including the albums Like Water For Chocolate, Electric Circus and Finding Forever cuts "Southside" with Kanye West and "So Far to Go" with D'Angelo.

"HER Story" plays out like a State of the Rap Union as he addresses the rise and expansion of hip-hop throughout the past 25 years while highlighting his own journey.

"At 21, you knew I was savage/ But you said, "Common, you will never be average "/It's a cold world, we need JAY/If you could dot com, you could dot K." The rapper pays homage to some of the hip-hop's current artists and goes also to pay respects to YG, Gucci Mane, Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky, among others.

Director of the cinematic visual, Savanah Leaf introduces her thought-provoking perspective. Leaf has partnered with an extensive list of elite clients including Roc Nation, Sony Music Group, Nike, Adidas and Capitol Records.

The music video was screened at The Annenberg Space for Photography in association with "CONTACT HIGH: A Visual History of Hip-Hop" an exhibit on display in Los Angeles.

"HER Story" is the single from his forthcoming album Let Love Have the Last Word. 

Reflecting on his music, the artist tells VIBE, “I love music so much. And on Let Love, this recommitting, rebirth and 're love,’ if that’s a word, just came to fruition. Music has always been the genesis of my creative life and it feels more than fulfilling more than wonderful, and a joy that is hard to wrap up, to be giving my whole self to it again.”

Check out the visual for "HER Story" below.

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DaniLeigh To Bring Her Killer Dance Moves To Chicago's Ruido Fest

DaniLeigh is making this year's Festival SZN one to the remember. The Dominican multi-hyphenated artist is heading to Chicago this weekend for Ruido Fest.

Ruido Fest, also known as the Latin Alternative Music festival will run from June 21 to June 23 with some of the best Latinx emerging acts in music. Fresh off the success of her remix for "Easy" with Chris Brown, the singer will perform on Saturday at the Toyota Music Den. Her set along with other performances from Girl Ultra, Jesse Baez and Marrón is in tandem with the Toyota Latino platform.

Este lineup está 🔥. Chicago, nos vemos este fin de semana en #RuidoFest para que la música se escuche #MásLoud. pic.twitter.com/GAFUdZwJU7

— Toyota Latino (@ToyotaLatino) June 18, 2019

DaniLeigh recently delivered  sultry visuals with Brown for the remix to her latest single, "Easy." Their chemistry was undeniable in the Divad-directed video as the two danced in sync to her chill track. The video quickly went viral on YouTube and has reached over 7 million views in a matter of days.

The 22-year-old South Florida native got her big break in the industry when she directed a music video for her late mentor Prince. Her recent release The Plan featured her buzzy single "Lil Bebe" which also spawned a remix by Lil Baby.

Other talented chicas at Ruido Fest include Jarina De Marco, Tatiana Haze and  Tomasa Del Real.

Check out the music video for "Easy (Remix) below.

 

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