Jazmine Sullivan

Jul
7
Video: Jazmine Sullivan f/ Meek Mill – ‘Dumb’

Jazmine Sullivan

Jazmine Sullivan is back and busting cheaters in the Meek Mill-assisted video for “Dumb,” the first single off her upcoming third album Reality Show.

In the comical clip, a puppet version of the Philly songstress hosts “Dumb,” her own take on the hidden camera reality show “Cheaters,” which catches men committing adultery.

Jazmine helps her fellow women catch their lovers in scandalous situations, whether it’s a politician with a prostitute or a father-to-be in a hot tub. But it turns out that her man, played by “The New Girl” star Lamorne Morris, is also cheating on her…with a Muppet.

Her first album in three-and-a-half years is due later this year. “I really think with this album there is a more current sound,” Jazmine told ABC News Radio. “I’ve always done a lot of different things, but with this particular album I feel like it’s going to attract a lot of younger kids who may not have been into my stuff before.”

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May
12
New Music: Jazmine Sullivan f/ Meek Mill – ‘Dumb’

Dumb

Jazmine Sullivan is back. After a three-and-a-half-year absence from the music industry, the Philly songstress makes a triumphant return with her new single “Dumb” featuring Meek Mill. Jazmine channels her emotions and shows off her powerful pipes, singing about a man who thinks he can outsmart her.

“I know you know you ain’t right / Please stop, I know where you was last night / And if you’re gonna lie, then at least be good,” she sings over the marching beat, produced by Key Wane and Salaam Remi.

The song will appear on the 27-year-old’s upcoming third album Reality Show, due later this year.

In late March, she staged a comeback show in London. She will also perform at the ESSENCE Music Festival in New Orleans on July 3.

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May
6
Jazmine Sullivan Readies New Single ‘Dumb’ with Meek Mill

Dumb

Get ready for some new Jazmine. After a three-and-a-half-year hiatus, the Philly songstress has announced her return to music.

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Apr
1
Jazmine Sullivan Returns to the Stage After Hiatus

Jazmine Sullivan

Jazmine Sullivan is back. Following a three-and-a-half-year hiatus, the Grammy-nominated songstress made a roaring return to the stage in London over the weekend.

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Jan
3
New Music: Jazmine Sullivan – ‘I’m Not a Robot’

Jazmine Sullivan

Following her Twitter rant that she would be quitting the music industry, Jazmine Sullivan asserts her independence on the Auto-Tune-heavy “I’m Not a Robot,” produced by Salaam Remi. Over a sparse, melody-deficient beat, the Philly singer hints that someone may have tried to control her artistic vision and subsequently turned her off from music. “I gotta get out of this program and find out who I really am,” she sings through a digital filter. Get with the program by listening below.

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Jan
3
Jazmine Sullivan to Take a Break from Music?

Jazmine Sullivan

Jazmine Sullivan recently released her sophomore album Love Me Back, but now she may be throwing in the towel. Last night, the Philly soulstress took to her Twitter account to announce that she was retiring from the music industry, later deleting her tweets, but the shockwaves are still being felt.

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Dec
2
Jazmine Sullivan, Fergie Honored at Billboard’s Women in Music Awards

Jazmine Sullivan

Jazmine Sullivan suited up for Billboard’s 5th Annual Women in Music Awards. The R&B powerhouse, whose sophomore album Love Me Back was released this week, received the Rising Star Award following last year’s honoree Lady Gaga.

“I admire Lady Gaga, so to be honored in a category that she was once in is such a rewarding feeling,” the Grammy-nominated singer told Billboard.com. “When I heard the news, I was so happy. I feel honored to be chosen as this year’s Rising Star.”

Fergie was also on hand as she was presented with Billboard’s Woman of the Year Award at the event held at New York’s Pierre Hotel on Thursday (Dec. 2).

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