</iframe (Atlantic Records) - Singer/songwriter PJ has had a huge year in 2015 already achieving success with host of sites online. Raised between North Carolina and Atlanta, the up-and-comer signed to Atlantic Records at the start of 2014 wrote for everyone including Meek Mill, Wiz Khalifa, Chris Brown and Tyga, among others. This year, it's her turn and she's gearing up to drop her debut EP, Walking Around Pools. Today, she premieres the second single off the project today, titled "I Mean It" featuring Hit-Boy and production from Cy Fyre, B Ham and Peter Lee Johnson, and co-produced by D’Mile and Hit-Boy. On the slow-building, soulful ballad, PJ's raspy vocals and a verse from Hit-Boy prove that she's set for the top... and she means it. Check the audio clip above for her song featuring Hit-Boy - "I Mean It" via Soundcloud.
For folks not living in the Northeast Corridor you should know that the DMV isn’t just an acronym for the Department of Motor Vehicle. For those living in the Northeast Corridor the DMV is the name of the trifecta better know as DC, Maryland, and Virginia. The DMV is the birthplace of a long list of super talents and it has given birth to the future of R&B, pop, rock, gospel and soul. Washington DC-natives Kenny Iko and Demetrius Mechie have joined forces with Maryland-native Tre Anthony to form the super-group 4Ever Young “The Future”. Signed by CEO Russell Webster to his 4Ever Young Music Group imprint, 4EY “The Future” adopted their name from the label and are determined to do take their brand of soul beyond the limits. With the release of their debut single/dance anthem “Scoot Ova”, penned by Santino Rose and produced by Zaytoven-Beats, 4EY “The Future” is already being compared to that of The Jackson 5, N’SYNC, Backstreet Boys and Boys II Men