Following the release of his last single, "We Love You," Mr. Forge drops another joint with producer Ariano. The latest single "Paper Cuts" features dark cords and heavy bass, bringing out the raspy pain in every verse laid down by Mr. Forge. Despite the sadness and moodiness of the track laid bare in the understanding that while some relationships leave bruises and cuts, there is a hopeful resilience in the knowledge that you can't truly heal without unveiling the wounds.
Mr. Forge is just heating up for his forthcoming album Portals, produced by Ariano. In the meantime, let the "Paper Cuts" burn through your soul.
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Check out the track below.
This is the number one player movie of all times. In the movie, a two-timing playboy has the tables turned on him when the women he's been fooling around with turn up at a party to teach him a lesson.
Dray is a young playboy whose only objective in life seems to be to have sex with as many girls as he can without getting caught by his girlfriend Lisa. Dray's sister Jenny and her friend Katrina plan to show him that the way he lives is wrong and organize a party in Malibu, inviting all of his girlfriends.
Blackstreet were labeled the Kings of New Jack Swing. They sold millions of records worldwide, enjoyed multi-platinum selling albums, top ten singles and many prestigious awards.
Their single No Diggity, became one of the most iconic R&B tracks of the 90s era. Blackstreet was formed in 1991 by Teddy Riley and Chauncey Hannibal aka Chauncy Black.
Unfortunately, internal disputes prevented Blackstreet from maintaining momentum and Riley soon retired the band and released a new album with Guy in 2000. Still, there was plenty of the old firepower on display when a Riley solo project became Blackstreet’s fourth album, Level II, in 2003.
The group has released four albums with Interscope Records until 2003. They achieved relative success leading up to the single "No Diggity" (featuring Dr. Dre and Queen Pen), which peaked at number 1 for four weeks in November 1996.
Kelly has sold more than 75 million records worldwide, making him the most successful male R&B artist of the 1990s and one of the best-selling musical acts in the world. In 2010, Billboard magazine named Kelly the most successful R&B artist in history and listed him as a Top R&B/Hip Hop Artist between 1985 and 2010.
He was once known as an icon, one of the most successful artists but then something happened and he fell hard from that pedestal. Since the 1990s, there has been misconduct, often with underage girls. He has faced numerous civil lawsuits and has been charged by criminal courts in Chicago, New York, Illinois and Minnesota.