— Atlanta-based R&B songstress, Desjo, makes her case for having the summer’s hottest anthem with her latest single, “Follow You”.

Back in June, R&B newcomer Desjo released a spot-on cover of Normani’s “Waves”. But, before that, we hadn’t heard from her since her 2018 single, “Body”, and 2017 project, LOVE AND LUST. Now that she’s returned with a scorching new single and a vibrant new music video all at once, it’s pretty safe to say that it was well worth the wait.

The Mantra-produced “Follow You” chronicles Desjo’s wilingness to follow her other half to the ends of the Earth as long as he stays as real as he was when they met.

The music video, directed by Cinematic B, only made the song that much more appealing with its use of vivid colors, captivating shots, and enticing scenery.

Check out the full song and video right here and be sure to keep up with Desjo on Instagram and Twitter.

– Atlanta-based MC, PremeHeem, is back with yet another dope visual from his latest EP, PremeHeem Presents… RA!! – This time for his song, “Used to You”.

Since releasing his latest EP, PremeHeem Presents… RA!!, in April, PremeHeem has gotten right back to work. While he seems to have both auditory and visual content constantly flowing from his arsenal, it’s safe to say he always emerges from the shadows with something new and noteworthy.

This time, PremeHeem has gifted us with a new music video for “Used to You”, the 6th track on his 7-track EP, PremeHeem Presents… RA!! The video was directed and shot by frequent collaborator, Brandon “Cinematic B” Huntley, and shows PremeHeem performing the short 2-minute song in a room full of orange balloons, seemingly alone.

Though the music video is fairly simple, the noticeably intentional set design, camera angles/movements, and destruction of the balloons themselves unexpectedly steals your attention for the duration of the song.

Does this video take place inside of PremeHeem’s mind? Does the color orange represent a person or idea? Let us know what you think.

Better yet, head over to PremeHeem’s Instagram, Twitter, or SoundCloud and give him some always welcomed feedback yourself.

Written by DJ Robinson