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[LISTEN] Tamar Braxton Releases New Single "My Man" inspired by parents divorce.

It has been nearly two years since Tamar Braxton released her album Calling All Lovers (2015), the singer unleashed the heart-wrenching track today as the first single to her upcoming fifth studio album set to be released later this year through Tamartian Land Records.
Based on the cover art the track was inspired by Braxtons parents, Evelyn Braxton and Michael Braxton Sr. Speaking on Instagram the singer revealed the story will be shown on tonight's episode of Braxton Family Values where Tamar reveals the track for the first time to sisters Towanda, Trina, Traci and mother Evelyn Braxton.



“This is NOT about what I’m selling cause it’s NEVER been about that for me,” she wrote. “It’s about what we ALL have been through and how we all can/ have/ WILL overcome things. No matter what side of the coin you are on,take your responsibility in it. No one is REALLY guilty of love.. but we are ALL guilty of HURT!!”
Speaking on her upcoming album “I feel like I’m making the album of my life. Th…
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[WATCH] Jennifer Hudson performs "Remember Me" on Ellen Degeneres

Singing sensation Jennifer Hudson appeared on The Ellen Degeneres Show today performing her latest single "Remember Me". The singer sat down with Ellen Degeneres in a short interview discussing her new single and what it was like being a judge and the first female judge to win on The Voice UK. 
"Remember Me" is the lead single taken from Hudson's upcoming fourth studio album with no title as of yet expected to be released later this year under Epic Records. The singer confirmed in early June last year she had signed a new record deal with Epic Records leaving her old label RCA where she had released three albums "Jennifer Hudson" (2008), "I Remember Me" (2011) and "JHUD" (2014). 

 To watch the singers performance on Ellen, click on the video below and to purchase the song click here.

STEPS - Tears on the Dancefloor Track-By-Track Review - Pop Legends Make a Stomping Comeback!

STEPS ARE BACK WITH THEIR SIXTH STUDIO ALBUM "TEARS ON THE DANCEFLOOR"! Back to save Pop music again are one of the UK's most loved British groups of the 90's, Steps are back with their fifth studio effort "Tears on the Dancefloor". The album was released on Friday 21st April through STEPS Music LLP, debuting at the top spot on the iTunes chart within one hour of its release.

It's Claire, Faye, Lisa, H and Lee's first album of brand new songs since the release of their 2000 "Buzz". How the world has gone nearly 17 years without brand new material from the group is quite baffling. The 10-track album contains disco club anthems and new energy that will keep you stomping all night!

[RECAP] Braxton Family Values Season 5 Episode 20 "Back in the Hot Seat"

RECAP On the latest episode of Braxton Family Values Season 5 Episode 20 "Back in the Hot Seat", the sisters are invited to appear on the Bishop T.D. Jakes Show. Toni, Traci, Towanda and Trina become weary towards their appearance fearing old wounds will be exposed and a last minute performance of "It is Well" throws them off as the sisters rehearse the song but Toni is missing as they decide what notes each one will sing.

New Video: Jennifer Hudson - Remember Me

JHud has finally released the music video for her single "Remember Me"! 
Jennifer Hudson made her comeback to the music scene last month after a two year hiatus with her lead single "Remember Me" (not to be confused with her song I Remember Me) taken from her upcoming fourth album expected to be released sometime this year released through Epic Records.

STEPS Announce New Album, Single and Tour!

You heard it here! Steps will be releasing their fifth studio album "Tears on the Dancefloor" on April 21, 2017. The group announced the news this morning on social media announcing the album title and tour via their Facebook page.

Little Mix - No More Sad Songs (feat. Machine Gun Kelly) [Listen]

New single alert! Little Mix release a new version of "No More Sad Songs" featuring American rapper Machine Gun Kelly as the third single taken from their fourth studio album "Glory Days".