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Dawn Richard spreads her wings and flies past her haters on her latest release “Fly.” The confident cut, produced by Deonté Music, will appear on the former Dirty Money diva’s upcoming EP Armor On, due March 27. “I am the definition of fly/ Tell all you haters hi/ If you wit’ me, put your hands real high/ Nobody can do it like I,” boasts Dawn over the bass-heavy beat, for which a snippet previously leaked. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpKYd90cfjI
Bei Maejor celebrates his woman’s worth on “Special,” a cut off his Upscale EP, due March 29. The Detroit singer-songwriter pours out poetic words to his dream girl over the bouncy beat. “Prettier than Jada P., come and have some kids with me/ We could name her Willow, I ain’t playin’, I’m for real though/ But we gotta hurry up so she could grow up with Blue Ivy,” sings a blissful Bei. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvqoPJrsjnU
Estelle asserts her independence on the Ne-Yo-penned “Do My Thing,” a feel-good collaboration with Janelle Monáe off her third album All of Me, in stores and online Tuesday. “My roll it ain’t your roll, but trust I know just where I’m going,” the Londoner sings on the energetic retro tune, which was inspired by her journey going from her mother’s garage to starting a successful life of her own in the U.S. Estelle showered praise on her quirky collaborator Monáe. “As another black girl she is so singular,” she told Rap-Up TV. “She’s genuinely nice and I understood where she was coming from with her style and her energy, and I feel that she got me too.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgBJ2N7t45I
Dawn Richard protects herself from the evils of the music business on “Black Lipstick,” her edgy new record. “‘Black Lipstick’ is the story of how I found out I needed armor,” explains the former Dirty Money diva, who recently parted ways with Bad Boy. “It’s the trap. The music industry is described as a mysterious woman. The seduction and the betrayal of her. I saw in color but as soon as my eyes set on her, all that was seen was black and white. That is when I knew I needed to put my armor on.” The Druski-produced track is one of seven that will appear on Dawn’s digital EP Armor On, available March 27. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWBnNOk1_Vs