New Video: DJ Khaled feat. Chance The Rapper, Quavo, Justin Bieber & Lil Wayne – “I’m The One”

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Is the new Chance The Rapper verse ready??!! *in our Khaled voice*

The supreme 305 master of the mix, DJ Khaled is back at it with the ultimate collaboration that one has yet to match. Coming back with more heat, the “Snapchat King” tags in Chance The Rapper, Quavo, Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne for the much-anticipated song and visual “I’m The One.”

Eif Rivera puts his magic touch on the video as the director and takes the party over to Khaled’s home base as the fellas party-it-up with a few beautiful women.

Check it out above.


SFPL’s Artist Spotlight: Jessica Jarrell – “How Was I” [New Video]

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Jessica Jarrell has worked with the likes of Justin Bieber, Cody Simpson, Sean Kingston, Travie McCoy and more. Today, the stunning and talented songstress debuts her new visual for “How Was I.”

The 22-year-old singer has an enormous social presence with her past few releases at 49 million views and growing. She was featured on Elephante‘s EDM/Dance single “Hold” which received 1.1 million plays on Spotify. The song and video “Come Closer” is taking a worldwide effect with over 1.75 million + views. Her single and visual “Gravity” continues to grow worldwide with over 7.7 million + views, and 3.2 million plays on Spotify. Also, be sure to check out the visually stunning “Goldblooded.”

Check out “How Was I” above.

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SFPL Premiere: Ryan Toby Drops New Single “Icarus”

After a 16 year hiatus from the spotlight, Ryan Toby is ready to step back into the limelight as he releases his new single “Icarus”  through CMK/Empire on iTunes.

Ryan was introduced to the world in 1993 appearing in the movie Sister Act. His memorable rendition of “Oh Happy Day” warmed the hearts of many. Ryan was also a member of the successful Pop/R&B trio City High as they achieved Gold status with their debut album in 2001 and were also Grammy nominated for the song “What Would You Do”.

After City High separated Ryan went on to become one of the music industry’s most successful and sought after composers. With several notable writing credits including Usher, Justin Bieber, Will Smith, Amerie and Brian Mcknight.

Ryan is now ready to embark on his own solo career and let the world become familiar again with the talented singer/songwriter.

Take a listen to “Icarus” above and let us know what you think!

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Twitter: @mrryantoby
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Watch: Justin Bieber Stars In T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercial

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T-Mobile is once again taking over Super Bowl Sunday with their timeless commercials. This time around, the hilarious skit is lead by pop star Justin Bieber along with sports phenoms Rob Gronkowski, and Terrell Owens.

Check it out above as Bieber gives us a history lesson on “touchdown dance moves” for the mobile company’s new campaign #UnlimitedMoves.


And Another One, Drake’s ‘Summer Sixteen Tour’ Makes History

Drake continues to add to his already impressive list of 2016 achievements.

The 6 God jumped on Instagram to reveal that his Summer Sixteen Tour is the highest-grossing hip-hop tour in history.

Dethroning Jay Z and Kanye West‘s 2012 Watch the Throne Tour which grossed $75.6 million, Drizzy’s Future-assisted trek grossed $84.3 million, according to Pollstar. An impressive feat considering Summer Sixteen included 56 dates to Watch the Throne‘s 63

Landing the No. 11th spot, the OVO boss nearly nabbed a top 10 spot coming in behind Celine Dion‘s $85.5 million. The Rolling Stones, Garth Brooks, Paul McCartney, Justin Bieber, Adele, Guns N’ Roses, Coldplay, Beyoncé, and Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band finish off the top 10 in order from lowest to highest.

Kanye West (No. 29, $52.8 million), Macklemore and Ryan Lewis (No. 75, $23.9 million), Salt-N-Pepa/Vanilla Ice (No. 79, $21 million), and Puff Daddy and the Family (No. 95, $17.5 million) also made the list.

Drake’s currently gearing up for his Boy Meets World Tour, which kicks off Jan. 21 in Amsterdam with special guest Young Thug.


When Limitations Meets Music, August Rigo Drops ‘1243’ Mini EP

Singer/Songwriter August Rigo released his mini EP 1243 on SoundCloud. After much behind-the-scenes song-writing success with hits such as Justin Bieber’s “U Smile,” One Direction’s “Gotta Be You” and most recently Chris Brown’s “Back To Sleep,” as well as his own 2016 Juno Nominated album The Fall Out, Rigo is back with a collection of songs inspired by his environment.

“I created this 3 song ep with the idea of creativity through limitations. 1 keyboard (korg minilogue), 1 out of tune piano and the natural sounds of the house were my only choices. This is the sound of 1243.”

Artwork design by BANA, additional production by Vincent Nantes and featuring Ginette Claudette.

‘1243’ will be available everywhere on Friday, November 11th, 2016.


Tony Sunshine Debuts New Single “Close” prod. Antwan “Amadeus” Thompson and Trilogy [New Music]

Former Terror Squad artist Tony Sunshine is back with an amazing crossover Caribbean chick banger called “Close”. This hit was produced by industry veterans Antwan “Amadeus” Thompson and Trilogy for Platinum Boy Music Inc.

PB music has produced hits for Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Trey Songz, Jennifer Lopez, and now Tony Sunshine. Sunshine’s record is inspired by reggae legend Maxi Priest’s “Close to you” which was released in the early 90’s. Bronx Bred Tony has always added a touch of Caribbean flavor in his music.

Tony Sunshine is known for lending his soulful voice to classic Terror Squad tracks such as, Fat Joe’s “ All I Need” and Big Pun’s “100” just to name a few.

Take a listen above.






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Teenear Covers Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” [New Music]

Coming off her latest single “Streetlights” Teenear gives fans her personal acoustic rendition of Justin Bieber‘s “Love Yourself.” With the voice of an angel, the rising singer’s vocals fits perfectly into the realm of the song, and lyrics.

Check it out above.


Born and raised in Miami, music found 19 year old Teenear at the tender age of three. She gained her determined and positive spirit from a supportive family and from a musical influence that she emulates; Michael Jackson.

At a young age Teenear discovered that she could sing and has showcased her skills in pageants, talent shows and church. A prolific moment for Teenear was a talent show where she performed Rihanna’s “Stay” and captivated her audience. “Being on that stage and singing gave me such a push and drive and I loved it so much” says Teenear

“I remember when I went back stage after the performance and people came up to me telling me they enjoyed the performance and asking for my picture. It was a great moment and it gave me so much confidence to push further.”

In case you missed “Streetlights” check it out below:



Watch: James Corden, Salma Hayek, and More Channel Justin Bieber For Latest Edition of The Bold and The Lyrical

James Corden sure knows how to bring the laughs on his The Late Late Show with James Corden nightly series. From his viral Carpool Karaoke segment to his whacky hijinks, Corden knows how to garner celebrity participation to create memorable comedic moments.

For the latest edition of his lesser known segment The Bold and The Lyrical, Corden was joined by Salma Hayek Pinault, Gary Oldman, and Ray Romano. For this segment Corden and his celebrity guests act out a dramatic soap opera scene using the lyrics of some of today’s biggest acts in music. For last night’s edition Corden, Hayek, Oldman, and Romano turned to Justin Bieber for dialogue acting out a lovers’ quarrel. Bieber’s lyrics are the perfect fit for a scene that brings the laughs from beginning to end.

We won’t give anyway any spoilers, but you can watch it all unfold below. The Late Late Show with James Corden airs weeknights on CBS at12:35 AM ET/11:35 PM CT.


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Fly Interviews: Eric Bellinger: “I Would Do A Collaboration Album With Beyonce” [Video]


Singer/Songwriter Eric Bellinger recently stopped by SFPL TV to discuss new music, his inspiration behind providing consistent catalogs of music, the stigma behind “Songwriter vs. Artist”, being an independent artist rather than signed, new tour and so much more.

In case you didn’t know, Eric has worked a number of talents across the board like: Usher, Rihanna, Beyonce, Drake, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Trey Songz, The Game, Tyrese, Teyana Taylor and so many more. Literally, it would take an entire month to name everyone who he’s worked it. Eric is currently signed to independent label 300 Entertainment (distributed by Atlantic Records) founded by Lyor Cohen, Roger Gold, Kevin Liles and Todd Moscowitz.

The 300 sector includes signees like: Fetty Wap, Migos, Young Thug and more.

Eric spoke about being approached by the G.O.O.D Music(s) & the Cash Money(s):

I respect it, but the same attention that [everybody] is giving Lil Wayne and [everybody] is giving Kanye, [I] need that.

Bellinger was also asked, “if he were to do a collab album who would it be with?”

I would have to call on Beyonce. Just to be all the way real, I think with the passion, with the sincerity, with the vocal inflections, the stylistics of her runs, sonically, everything — I think what she’s doing is the BEST.

Recently, teaming up with Toronto’s own Tory Lanez, the two premiered their new collab effort entitled “Don’t Look Down” produced by Samm Busy, Habib, August Grant, & A|C. Check out the visual BTS clip here to see how the pairing came about as they hit the studio.

Peep the full SFPL TV interview below:

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Cuffing Season II is out now.

Get more of Eric’s FULL music catalog HERE.