Jazmine Sullivan

Nov
9
New Music: T.I. f/ Jazmine Sullivan – ‘Dying in Your Arms’

T.I. and Jazmine Sullivan

T.I.’s love is a lethal weapon on “Dying in Your Arms,” a track reportedly from his new album No Mercy. “Living’s overrated, I see heaven when you make it, in your eyes and your thighs, girl,” raps the incarcerated rapper over the sauntering beat.

A sprung Jazmine kills ‘em softly with her angelic voice, cooing, “So don’t let go of me now ’cause I’m dyin’ in your arms tonight/ Tell all my people around that I’ll see them in the afterlife.”

Listen below and tell us if this collabo is to die for.

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Oct
21
Video: Jazmine Sullivan Covers SWV

Jazmine Sullivan admitted she was nervous about opening up for the iconic Mary J. Blige at Wednesday night’s “Music Saved My Life” tour stop at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, Calif., but we couldn’t tell. The R&B songstress delivered a powerful cover of SWV’s 1993 hit “Weak.” She also performed “Holding You Down (Goin’ in Circles),” the first single from her sophomore album Love Me Back (due Nov. 30), mixed with Bell Biv DeVoe’s “Poison.” Watch Jaz bust a move below.

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Oct
3
Mary J. Blige Kicks Off Tour with Jazmine Sullivan, Miguel

Mary J. Blige

Mary J. Blige stepped on stage in a form-fitting shiny bodysuit and boots on the first date of her “Music Saved My Life” tour at Chastain Park Amphitheater in Atlanta on Saturday night (Oct. 2). Before taking the stage with hits like “No Drama” and “I’m Goin’ Down,” Miguel and Jazmine Sullivan warmed up the crowd with their soulful music. MJB and Jazmine recently teamed up for the Swizz Beatz-produced remix of “Holding You Down (Goin’ in Circles)” from Jazmine’s sophomore album Love Me Back, now due November 30.

The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul has been in and out of the lab cooking up her 10th studio album. “Yes, we’re working on one,” she tells the New York Daily News, revealing that some of the guests may include Jay-Z, Swizz Beatz, Johnta Austin, and Ryan Leslie. “I don’t know what we’re calling it. I’m not rushing to come out with it. When it is done, it is done.”

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Sep
27
New Music: Jazmine Sullivan – ’10 Seconds’

Jazmine Sullivan

Taking it back to the ’80s on the old school, hip-hop-inspired “Holding You Down (Goin’ in Circles),” Jazmine Sullivan goes further back in time on the swinging ’50s soul number “10 Seconds.” The second single off her sophomore album Love Me Back (Nov. 2), the Salaam Remi production sees the Philly soulstress trying to keep her cool after her man does her wrong.

Time is running out. Listen to Jazmine’s new joint below.

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Sep
21
Album Cover: Jazmine Sullivan – ‘Love Me Back’

Love Me Back

She’s been known to bust the windows out the car, but Jazmine Sullivan puts down the crowbar on the cover of her sophomore album Love Me Back. The fragile songstress, dressed in all black, leans against an old-school Chevy Impala in the artwork from the November 2nd release, which contains the Missy Elliott-produced single “Holding You Down (Goin’ in Circles).”

“I was a little angry on the first album, busting windows and things,” said the 23-year-old Sullivan. “I’m not quite as angry on this one. You see a different side of relationships, the more loving side.”

Do you love Jazmine’s new album cover? Let us know below!

Sep
6
Jazmine Sullivan Done Busting Windows

Jazmine Sullivan

Jazmine Sullivan may have thought that bustin’ windows was the sweetest revenge on her debut album Fearless, but she’s putting down the crowbar on her sophomore album Love Me Back, due this fall.

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Sep
5
Drake, Lloyd Banks, & Jazmine Sullivan Get Hyphy in the Bay

Drake

Though he was noticeably absent from the second night of Jay-Z and Eminem’s recent Detroit double-bill, Drake had good reason. The Toronto native headed over to Oakland, Calif., to headline KMEL’s Summer Jam 2010 at Oracle Arena on Saturday (Sept. 4), where he shared the stage with fellow performers Jazmine Sullivan, E-40, Lloyd Banks, Miguel, and more.

Rocking a varsity jacket, cargo pants, and shades, Drizzy showed Cali love by performing hits from his discography, removing his jacket near the end of his set and shouting “Free Weezy!”

Bay Area legend E-40 repped for his Sick Wid It Records imprint, donning a glittery chain that hung over his black tee, while a gorgeous Jazmine Sullivan sang her heart out during her set, looking sharp in a cropped teal jacket, shiny shirt, and ragged jeans.

Lloyd Banks added some NYC flavor to the lineup, taking the stage after newcomers Miguel, Dorrough, Bobby Brackins, YG, and R.O.D. Project warmed up the crowd. Summer may be nearing its end, but check the photos below to see how this group of performers heated things up.

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