This week for our song of the week, we feature a talented Philly quartet. No, not Boyz II Men. This week we're all about the men of No Question.
Omarion is back with a new album, The Kinection. Featuring the popular singles, "Involved" and "Can You Hear Me?", this album is a solid one.
CeeLo Green has released a new music video for his song For You. The track is from his album, CeeLo Green is... Thomas Callaway, and has a throwback sound to old school R&B.
Toni Braxton is following up her infectious Dance with the video for the song Gotta Move On. The track is haunting in its delivery, and the video delivers with emotion.
Case teams up with legendary producer Salaam Rami on a new track, Until This Day. Featured on Salaam's new album, Black on Purpose, it's a great track worth checking out.
Omarion has released a video for his new single, Involved, and it doesn't disappoint. A great track, the video compliments the storyline in the song well, and features some of Omarion's classic dancing.
Mary J Blige has a new song out, titled See What You've Done. The track is a companion track to the new documentary, Belly of the Beast.
Wyld Kyle of Jagged Edge put out a solo song, Get It Out The Mudd. A sharp departure from the group's typical style, Kyle shows that he has got style.
En Vogue performed their classic Free Your Mind at the Billboard Music Awards and showed it is ever more relevant. Check out as these women deliver fire.
Brandy is back with the follow up to the song No Tomorrow from her album B7. No Tomorrow Part 2 features Ty Dolla $ign and a darker overall sound than the previous iteration.