We’ve got new heat from our Single Ladies this week including releases by Beyonce, a surprise from Megan Thee Stallion, and singles by Flo Milli, Yung Miami, and more.
Beyonce is Back-Back
Beyonce dropped the single and video for her song “Be Alive,” featured on both the movie and the soundtrack debut of the movie “King Richard.” Many are anticipating this song being the perfect contender for the Oscars next year.
Bonus: In case you’ve somehow missed the ads from the massive Tiffany’s campaign running on all media, Jay-Z & Beyonce are back again with another Tiffany’s About Love mini video but with a twist. As the Carters enjoy date night in the car, they share romantic gestures, eat pizza, and drink wine plus a special appearance by Blue Ivy and Roxxy The Cavapoo dog.
Megan Thee Stallion Is Coming
Megan Thee Stallion has announced a special project coming for the hotties missing her old music. The Texas rapper is releasing “Something for Thee Hotties: From Thee Archives,” a new project that will feature her freestyles and some other previously unreleased songs.
The compilation album will be out on October 29th.
Flo Milli, Yung Miami, Bktherula and BIA Drop Heat
Half of City Girls, Yung Miami, is branching out and having fun with her label mate Quavo with the release of the single and music video for “Strub The Ground.” The track serves as an ode to twerking and Freaknik, an annual spring break festival and party that was first launched by HBCUs in Atlanta.
Flo Milli is back on the scene with a new song and performance to go along with it. The fast-rising rapper previewed her new single “Ice Baby” with a Colors performance.
Following the success of her song “Whole Lotta Money”, BIA is keeping the pressure on with a deluxe version of her debut EP “For Certain” with six new tracks. The additional songs include appearances from G. Herbo on “Besito,” the “Whole Lotta Money” remix with Nicki Minaj, and “Big Deal” with Sevyn Streeter.
Underground favorite Bktherula is blessing her fans with her new offering “LOVE BLACK.”