Jill Scott made headlines last week, after footage surfaced online of the singer performing oral sex to a microphone at a concert in Oakland, CA. Scott is seen delivering the sexual act as she gave a live rendition of “Crown Royal” from her 2007 album The Real Thing-Words & Sounds Vol. 3. “Hi. I sing/act out all kinds of stories. You should cum to my shows. After a Jill Scott show, most people get splendidly laid by whoever they came with,” tweeted the veteran singer, after the video became viral online.

Trey Songz decides to join in on the fun, releasing the song “Jill (Sumn Real).” Along with the cover art being a still image from Scott’s performance that night, Trigga samples Jill’s “He Loves Me (Lyzel in E Flat)” off her 2000 LP Who Is Jill Scott? Words and Sounds Vol. 1. Hear the seductive bedroom track below.

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Ella Mai’s breakout year continued this weekend, with her Saturday Night Live debut. The British singer appeared as musical guest for the first-time on the late-night comedy sketch show. Introduced by guest host-actor Steve Carell, the R&B songstress delivered her first performance of the night, singing her platinum-selling hit “Boo’d Up.” Backed by a live band, Ella returned to the stage at Studio 8H for a soulful live rendition of her latest single “Trip.” Both songs appear on the 24-year-old’s self-titled debut album, which features appearances by Chris Brown, H.E.R. and John Legend.

Watch Ella Mai’s SNL debut below.

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Anderson .Paak is coming to Saturday Night Live next month. The Grammy-nominated singer-producer-instrumentalist will appear as musical guest on the upcoming December 1 episode, SNL announces. Joining the multi-talented artist is British actress Claire Foy, formerly a star of Netflix’s drama seres The Crown. The Emmy and Golden Globe award winner currently stars in The Girl in the Spider’s Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story. Both Paak and Foy will be making their SNL debut in two weeks.

Anderson .Paak will perform songs off his newly released album, Oxnard. Executive produced by Dr. Dre, the album features appearances by Kendrick Lamar, Q-Tip, J. Cole, Snoop Dogg, Pusha T, BJ the Chicago Kid and more.

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Mariah Carey’s new album Caution is out now, serving as the singer’s 15th studio LP. The R&B legend paid a visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Friday (Nov. 16) to promote latest project. Along with sitting down with Fallon to discuss the album, family life and her twin kids, Mimi also performed.

Joined by guest Ty Dolla $ign, dancers, and a live band, the duo performed their duet “The Distance” for the first-time. Carey’s new album features appearances by Blood Orange, Slick Rick, and Gunna. Watch below.

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Ella Mai is coming to Saturday Night Live this weekend. The R&B star is set to appear as musical guest on the late-night sketchy comedy show tomorrow night (Nov. 17). Before it airs, Ella Mai stars in a promo spot for the upcoming episode. Alongside guest host Steve Carell and SNL‘s Keenan Thompson, the British songstress reveals what she’s thankful for ahead of the Thanksgiving episode. Mai will be performing two records off her self-titled debut album, which features appearances by Chris Brown, H.E.R. and John Legend.

Watch the promo spot below.

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Rumors have been swirling that Kevin Gates and MoneyBagg Yo have a joint project on the way. The news was fueled after the pair posted a teaser on Instagram a few months back but quickly took it down. The southern stars decide, for now, to give fans a new record. Produced by Javar Rockamore, hear the Baton Rouge – Memphis connection on “Federal Pressure” below.

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QC’s City Girls dropped their new album Girl Code today (Nov. 16). Their sophomore LP and follow-up to PERIOD features contributions from Murda Beatz, Lil’ Baby, Jacquees, Rico Love, Ben Billions and more. Cardi B also shows support to the Miami duo of JT and Yung Miami, hopping on the remix to their strip club anthem “Twerk.” Over the production of Rico Love and Mr. Nova, Cardi B rides the classic southern bounce with ease on her guest verse.

Look, this sound like Cardi took the stage. This sound like Cardi with the braids. Jermaine Dupri, baby, money ain’t a thing, This pussy wild, they should throw it in a cage,” raps the Bronx star on the track. Hit the dance floor and strip club with City Girls and Cardi below.

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The life of XXXTENTACION is remembered in the somber music video, “Arms Around You.” The collaboration from the late rapper and Lil’ Pump is brought to life in visual form, directed by James Larese. Various graphics, illustrations, and images of XXX are seen in the partially-animated clip as Lil’ Pump, Maluma and Swae Lee have their solo moments and group moments. The record debuted at No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and currently sits at No. 58 this week. The music video comes ahead of XXXTENTACION’s posthumous album Skins, arriving on December 7.

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Today is the 14th anniversary of one of the most inventive and brilliant rap albums of all time, MF DOOM’s Mm.. Food. To celebrate, Daniel Dumile sits back down for seconds and serves up a long-overdue video for one of the album’s (many) standouts, “One Beer.” The brainchild of Philly artist Anhia Zaira Santana (aka Distortedd), the animated clip follows a miniature-sized DOOM as he gets up to no good in a cyclops world. There’s even a cameo from a pint-sized, one-eyed Quasimoto too.

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In a new interview with Vogue released earlier this week, Meek Mill revealed his long-awaited new studio LP will drop on November 30. At the time, the project’s title was unknown. On Friday afternoon (Nov. 16), the Philadelphia MC took to social media to announce the follow-up to 2017’s Wins & Losses is called Championships. The Dreamchasers fourth studio album serves as his first since being released from prison earlier this year.

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