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From Freestyle to a Hit: Eric Bellinger’s “Find Someone”



 From Freestyle to a Hit- Eric Bellinger's Find Somebody

In the ever-evolving landscape of R&B, Eric Bellinger emerges as a standout artist. With over a decade of experience, he consistently delivers both melodious tunes and poetic lyrics that define excellence in the genre. His impressive songwriting portfolio includes crafting chart-toppers for renowned artists such as Chris Brown, Usher, Justin Bieber, and Brandy. However, what truly sets him apart is his ability to seamlessly weave his family’s rich musical legacy into his own compositions.

Hailing from the vibrant streets of Compton, California, Eric Bellinger is more than just a gifted artist; he’s a guardian of his family’s musical tradition. As the grandson of the legendary Bobby Day, the creative force behind many of the Jackson 5’s iconic hits, Bellinger’s destiny as a songwriter was woven into his very essence. With such a rich heritage, it’s no surprise that Eric Bellinger continues to craft unforgettable melodies.

Bellinger’s latest release, “Find Someone” is a testament to his boundless creativity and lyrical finesse. This track isn’t just another addition to a radio station playlist; it’s a display of his songwriting skills taken to new heights.

What distinguishes Eric Bellinger from the rest is his unwavering consistency. He’s a seasoned veteran in the industry, and “Find Someone” is just another reason to keep him on our radar and press play when his music graces our ears. With each release, he not only showcases his exceptional vocal ability but also his storytelling talent and adaptability as a songwriter.

As a singer, freestyling is a gem he possesses, not necessarily a requirement, but the fact that he does it so effortlessly always leaves an audience impressed. This spontaneity shines through in the origin story of “Find Someone.” Bellinger was given a set of themes as a starting point, and from there, the magic of “Find Somebody” came to life organically.

“Find Someone” takes listeners on a sonic journey that effortlessly navigates the R&B landscapes of desire, yearning, and self-reflection. Bellinger’s velvety vocals seamlessly flow through the track, drawing listeners into his world with every note.

In an industry that often favors passing trends over authentic artistry, Eric Bellinger remains a steadfast reminder of the power of staying true to oneself. “Find Somebody” isn’t just a song; it’s a testament to Bellinger’s commitment to his craft and his dedication to delivering music that resonates with the soul.

In a world where music can sometimes feel transitory, “Find Someone” by Eric Bellinger is a breath of fresh air, a timeless masterpiece that reminds us of the enduring power of R&B when it’s in the hands of a true artist. As we eagerly anticipate his next musical journey, there’s no doubt that Eric Bellinger will continue to be the guiding force in R&B, leading us through the complexities of love, life, and everything in between with his music. And let’s not forget that this year, Eric Bellinger was one of the strong vocalists who lent their talents to Usher’s iconic Tiny Desk performance, showcasing his remarkable vocal abilities on a whole new level.





KAYTRANADA Releases New Album, ‘TIMELESS’ miixtapechiick

KAYTRANADA has released his third studio album, TIMELESS.

The two-disc project features 22 tracks with contributions from Childish Gambino, Anderson .Paak, SiR, Dawn Richard, Tinashe, Ravyn Lenae, Durand Bernarr, Rochelle Jordan, and more. Following his joint album with Aminé titled KAYTRAMINÉ, KAYTRANADA’s latest work is supported by the lead single, “Lover / Friend.”

“I think this album is going to be more hands-on, and it’s unapologetically like, we’re going to do it right,” he said. “Even if I did it right before, I’m in a new phase in my life, and I’m going to package it how I want it.”

Stream TIMELESS below.

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Latto, Megan Thee Stallion, and Flo Milli Team Up for ‘Sunday Service’ Remix



Latto, Megan Thee Stallion, and Flo Milli Team Up for ‘Sunday Service’ Remix miixtapechiick

During Megan Thee Stallion’s Hot Girl Summer Tour stop in Atlanta, the rapper thrilled fans by bringing out Latto for a surprise performance, where they premiered a remix of Latto’s ‘Sunday Service,‘ a record that was originally aimed at Ice Spice.

After the show, Latto, Megan Thee Stallion, and Flo Milli, who was also in attendance, announced that the remix of ‘Sunday Service’ would be hitting streaming services this Friday.

“What the f**k I look like trippin’ on one out of seven billion?, “Megan raps. “I meet the goalposts, b**ches move it/ They say I can’t, then I do it/ Your favorite rapper might not like me, but his boo gon’ share my music/ Big chest, big influence, chain flowin’ like hallelujah/ I see you broke and askin’ for attention, I’ll never throw the bone to ya.”

“Sunday Service” marks Latto’s second release of 2024, following her collaboration with Anycia on January’s “BACK OUTSIDE.” Meanwhile, Flo Milli is currently touring on Gunna‘s “One of Wun” tour. Megan Thee Stallion recently announced her third studio album, ‘MEGAN‘ is set to release on June 28.

Stream the ‘Sunday Service’ remix below.

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Cardi B Disses BIA on GloRilla & Megan Thee Stallion’s “Wanna Be” Remix



Cardi B Disses BIA on GloRilla & Megan Thee Stallion's "Wanna Be" Remix miixtapechiick

After teasing the remix during a tour stop in New York at Madison Square Garden , GloRilla and Megan Thee Stallion have enlisted Cardi B for the official remix of “Wanna Be.”

On the track, Cardi B appears to be addressing BIA’s verse from the “B*tch Duh” remix with lines like, “Guess I’m a teacher since you wanna sub me/ She did what? Had no idea/ Thought she was on the shelf, IKEA/ Hope she talk like that when I see her/ Bi**h please, don’t nobody wanna be ya (BIA).”

In the “B*tch Duh” remix, BIA previously rapped, “I hear bi**hes poppin’ sh*t and that’s so funny to me/ How you say you runnin’ down but you can’t walk on the beat?” This seemed to reference Cardi B’s initial involvement with Ice Spice’s “Munch,” where she struggled to catch the Drill beat.

Additionally, BIA’s line, “I can never turn my phone on just to cry, on a live/ I hate a sneaky ni**a, pick a side/ If you wanna get up with me, tell that bi**h that we’re outside,” might be a jab at Cardi B, who was seen crying on a live stream during a dispute with Offset.

Stream “Wanna Be” remix below.

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