For years, we’ve been asking (or have been asked), “what happened to real R&B?” The R&B prior to 2010 (roughly) was powered by love, happiness and the beautiful struggles in between. Since we’ve entered the new millennium and especially since cracking into the second decade, the music has been…different. Recently, the more popular R&B acts
Add “new music” and “6LACK” in the same sentence and the Internet is sure to bubble after a strong introduction a year ago. After releasing Free 6LACK last November, East Atlanta’s newest star emerged from the ashes in a raging campaign that possibly his camp didn’t even foresee. Since then, 6LACK has been on the
I think it’s safe to say that “Free” is an across the board favorite track for many listeners of 6LACK’s recent release. A song about mental and emotional freedom, the artist gives everyone a song that’s relatable across genres and generations. Today, the second visual from Free 6LACK is now available and another dimension of
The time has come to free the bear. After a steady campaign sprouting in June, East Atlanta native, 6LACK has release his debut project, FREE 6LACK. The artist crash landed onto playlists with “PRBLMS” and “Bless Me”. After the summer simmered around his first official releases as a LVRN signee, 6LACK later released a video
Last month, 6LACK released two new songs after a hiatus that sent many fans into a panic attack. Since then, “PRBLMS” and “Bless Me” have gained well over 400K plays on Soundcloud with VERY LITTLE promotion. The excitement from Zone 6’s golden child is unreal and this new track might set the internet on fire.
One of the Atlanta’s biggest stars is finally releasing new music. The young man calls himself, 6LACK (pronounced “black”). You’ve seen his name on the site plenty of times. You’ve seen the name featured on songs with J.I.D., India Shawn, Nicx, OG Maco, Steve Cantrell and others. But no one has truly seen him through
Besides the “Untitled” track released last month, NicX has been relatively quiet. Equally working in silence is his often-featured partner, 6LACK. That ends today, both artists link up with Well$ and send the industry a fair warning that if they won’t let them in the easy way, then they’ll take matters into their own hands.