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Now Playing/Visuals: LeToya Luckett: “Used To”

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Grammy award-winning multi-platinum selling R&B songstress LeToya Luckett unveils her new single and visual “Used To”. “Used To” serves as the second installment of a three-part mini movie series from LeToya’s highly anticipated third studio album Back 2 Life, which will be available on May 12 via Entertainment One Music and is currently available for pre-order on iTunes.

Luckett states “’Used To’ is one of my favorite records because of its confident ‘in your face’ lyrics. There’s nothing more attractive than a woman who’s humble, but knows what she can bring to the table.” The Grammy winner continues, “I wanted the video to possess that same quality. It shows the ‘bounce back’ from the disappointment of a relationship gone wrong, but it also showcases the vulnerability of a woman who allowed herself to Love. ”

Luckett ended her seven-year hiatus from music with the release of the title track and lead single “Back 2 Life,” which was produced by Joseph “Jo Blaq” Macklin and YBZ as well as it received rave reviews from media and fans. The accompanying video was the first installment of the mini movie series and featured actor Thomas Q. Jones (“Being Mary Jane”). The 13 track LP features rapper Ludacris and production by Grammy award-winning hit makers Andre Harris, Warryn Campbell and newcomer Anthony Saunders among others. Back 2 Life will be available on all digital platforms and retail stores on May 12.

About DJKKC

Kimberly Kennedy Charles (DJKKC) is trying to navigate life (in a minivan, no less) as a wife, mother, caregiver to Grandmother and writer in the 'burbs of Atlanta.

#Visuals: Charlie Wilson: “I’m Blessed”

Friday, April 14th, 2017

Growns, check out the visuals for [Uncle] Charlie Wilson’s first single from his current album In It To Win It. Click on it. It’ll make you feel good.

About DJKKC

Kimberly Kennedy Charles (DJKKC) is trying to navigate life (in a minivan, no less) as a wife, mother, caregiver to Grandmother and writer in the 'burbs of Atlanta.

Visuals: Stokley Williams: “Level”

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Growns, check out the visuals for “Level”, the lead single from Stokley Williams’ forthcoming solo album– Introducing Stokley.

About DJKKC

Kimberly Kennedy Charles (DJKKC) is trying to navigate life (in a minivan, no less) as a wife, mother, caregiver to Grandmother and writer in the 'burbs of Atlanta.

Now Playing/Visuals: Anthony David: “I Don’t Mind” Feat Mic-O

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Dancehall and Tropical House has an allure that is reaching the masses. But Grammy-nominated neo-soul singer/songwriter Anthony David, a frequent collaborator with India.Arie, may be the first American artist to record a straight-up Afrobeats track. His “I Don’t Mind” single, taken from his latest album The PowerFul Now, features a rap by Mic-O, a Nigerian based in America.

“The first Afrobeats song I really heard and fell in love with was probably ‘antenna’ by Fuse ODG. There may have been something before that but that was one that grabbed my attention enough to know there was a whole genre out there,” says Anthony David. “I go to African clubs to check out music more than American clubs now. They party, drink, rarely ever fight, like to dress and the girls are hot..lol,” says David. He continues, “For years I was doing a few remixes, or adding my own verses to songs like ‘Chop My Money’ by P-Square. I decided I wanted to do an original. Luckily I got Gypsy into it enough and he figured out how to make the beats swing just right.” Through the grapevine David was told that Afrobeats artists Rayce and D’Banj have both heard “I Don’t Mind” and have given it a ‘thumbs up.’ “Word?” Anthony exclaimed when he was told of their appreciation. “I’m a fan of both! Funny ‘cuz I was just talking about Rayce!”

David explains the allure of Afrobeats, “It’s fun, it’s great dance music and it’s not limited to just ratchet topics like what we have. They’re constantly creating dances to it but the topics can be anything from regular club stuff to spiritual stuff. I crack up when I see people going crazy to a song like “fada fada” – in America. A group like Mary Mary can have a song with a hard beat but if the lyrics are about God, it just won’t get played in a club. Plus the production and sounds hit as hard as hip-hop and dancehall now.”

Check out the video for Anthony David’s “I Don’t Mind.” The video was done at an event called TRIBE in Atlanta held by David’s designer and curator friend Jevwe. David explains, “He’s Nigerian born and recently moved here. There are a ton of African born folks (from all over the continent) here who before, kinda had to just blend into African American culture but just like Caribbean folks some years back, they’re really proud of their cultures and showing us what they got here and abroad. I love to see it. His event expresses that and I was glad to be a part of it so the video is kind of a representation of that.”

About DJKKC

Kimberly Kennedy Charles (DJKKC) is trying to navigate life (in a minivan, no less) as a wife, mother, caregiver to Grandmother and writer in the 'burbs of Atlanta.

Now Playing/Visuals: BBD: “I’m Betta”

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Check out the video for Bell Biv DeVoes’ “I’m Betta”. “I’m Betta” was produced by Naughty By Nature’s Kay Gee, and is the third track made available from their new album, Three Stripes, which will be released this Friday, January 27, 2017. The hit single from the album, “Run” is currently at urban AC radio, and the group’s next single, “Finally,” features multi-platinum trio SWV.

In addition to releasing their first studio album in 16 years, BBD – as original members of New Edition – celebrate the release of the highly anticipated 3-night biopic, The New Edition Story, airing tonight at 9 PM EST on BET. New Edition also received a coveted star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday, and Bell Biv DeVoe members Ronnie DeVoe, Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins joined fellow New Edition members Bobby Brown, Ralph Tresvant and Johnny Gill, at the unveiling ceremony.

About DJKKC

Kimberly Kennedy Charles (DJKKC) is trying to navigate life (in a minivan, no less) as a wife, mother, caregiver to Grandmother and writer in the 'burbs of Atlanta.

Now Playing/Visuals: LeToya Luckett: “Back 2 Life”

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Growns, LeToya Luckett put together a dramatic cliffhanger with her visuals for her new single “Back 2 Life”. Check it out. “Back 2 Life” is from Luckett’s forthcoming album titled Until Then.

About DJKKC

Kimberly Kennedy Charles (DJKKC) is trying to navigate life (in a minivan, no less) as a wife, mother, caregiver to Grandmother and writer in the 'burbs of Atlanta.

#Visuals: A Tribe Called Quest: “We The People”

Sunday, November 20th, 2016

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Check out the visuals for “We The People” from A Tribe Called Quest. The new album, “We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service” is available NOW! RIP Phife Dawg.

About DJKKC

Kimberly Kennedy Charles (DJKKC) is trying to navigate life (in a minivan, no less) as a wife, mother, caregiver to Grandmother and writer in the 'burbs of Atlanta.

#Visuals: Eric Benet: “Insane”

Friday, November 18th, 2016

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Eric Benet mixes a little sexy with a little funny and reality in the visuals for Insane, his latest single from his recently self-titled new album. Enjoy.

About DJKKC

Kimberly Kennedy Charles (DJKKC) is trying to navigate life (in a minivan, no less) as a wife, mother, caregiver to Grandmother and writer in the 'burbs of Atlanta.