Janelle Monáe Brings Her "Lipstick Lover" To Our Weekly "R&B Season" Playlist
Janelle Monáe has been a favourite on the internet this past week, largely thanks to her sexually liberated antics. While announcing their highly anticipated follow-up to Dirty Computer, the Kansas City native shared an NSFW wet t-shirt clip on Twitter to promote her upcoming album's second single, "Lipstick Lover." Fans thought they couldn't possibly top that, but Monáe ultimately proved them wrong by flashing her bare breasts during a recent performance, causing yet another viral moment. While we don't have an update on the singer's wild adventures, we are happy to report her appearance on our weekly R&B Season playlist today, along with some other new favourites.
Jorja Smith made a triumphant return a few days ago with "Little Things," marking her second single of 2023. The first, "Try Me," landed in mid-April, also to positive reviews. Following that on our R&B Season round-up comes Remi Wolf's "Prescription," as well as an upbeat remix from Ciara. The mother of three opted to slow down her controversial "Da Girls" track with the help of Derrick Milano, creating more of a slow jam feeling for listeners tuning in.
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HNHH R&B Season Playlist
Collaborations that caught our attention this New Music Friday include Tyla and Arya Starr's "Girl Next Door," as well as a joint effort from KayCyy and Gesaffelstein. The latter duo came together on "ROLL THE DICE," with K handling lyrics while G took care of production. Closing things out comes a title from Keke Palmer's first project in a decade, Big Boss. We absolutely suggest streaming the mother of one's work entirety when you have time, but if you're looking for a simple sample, we suggest you begin with "FR FR" over anything else on the tracklist.
Stream today's R&B Season roundup exclusively on Spotify above. Do you think there are any new arrivals we could've added? Let us know in the comments, and tap into our Fire Emoji playlist here for more HNHH release recommendations.
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