Ever keen on keeping the masses abreast of fresh and/or often underrated talent, That Grape Juice presents ‘The Spill’ – a renewed look at not-so-new, yet active, acts.
Much like its ‘Freshly Squeezed’ sister segment, this revived assay aims to put the magnifying glass on talents who may not appeal to the buying public on a broad scale yet are still serving material that could easily spin side-by-side with some of today’s top hits.
Covering a kaleidoscope of genres, ‘The Spill’ is set to feature some names you probably know and love as well as some you’ll (soon) be glad to know. Click below to find out the spill on Stacey Barthe, ‘Sailing Souls’ songstress Jhene Aiko, and multi-talented crooner Kevin McCall...
Kevin McCall has been making his rounds on the Hip Hop/R&B scene for the last few years – much to critical acclaim. While most may know him for his rap feature on Chris Brown‘s smash single ‘Strip’, R&B lovers are well aware of his solo single with Big Sean entitled ‘Naked’.
Now, as he told That Grape Juice, he’s readied his own mixtape ‘Definition’ (due February 14th) featuring the likes of slow groove ‘High’ featuring Tank. Get into this jam below:
Mixtape queen Stacey Barthe may be signed to John Legend‘s imprint, but she enlisted MMG’s Rick Ross for the new single from her forthcoming EP ‘P.S., I Love You’. Entitled ‘Hell Yeah’, this throwback joint is certain to get R&B lovers moving and grooving. Take a listen below:
Jhene Aiko is one of the most respected underground artists in the game today. Indeed, she made her debut aboard Chris Stokes‘ ‘T.U.G Entertainment’ (B2K), but since its dissolution Aiko has taken the independent route and winning love from the critics and fans along the way.
Now, she prepares the visual for her next single ‘Burning Man’. With the support of friend Omarion on the set, the songstress is said to be putting the final touches on the video and its parent song (which will not be released until the visual is released). See photos below via our friends at ThisIsRnB: