Carl Thomas is out with the music video to his new single ‘Don’t Kiss Me’, featuring Snoop Dogg, from the Aurora, Illinois R&B singer’s fourth album ‘Conquer’, out now on Verve Forecast. Watch it via YouTube below.
Following a brief time away from the spotlight, Carl Thomas returns with ‘Conquer’, his first album in four years, which was released December 6th on Verve Forecast. “On ‘Conquer’, I really just talk about allowing love to do what it does,” Thomas told Afro.com about the album’s title track. “I was talking about not fighting so hard in areas of relationships where you really don’t have to. The cool thing about the single is that people who listen to it are going to take dual meanings from it.”
‘Conquer’ Track Listing:
1. The Night Is Yours
2. Long Distance Love Affair
4. Round 2
5. It’s Not The Same
6. Don’t Kiss Me
7. It Is What It Is
8. It Ain’t Fair
9. Sweet Love
11. Don’t Kiss Me (Remix)
The House of Courvoiser presented a special performance by Carl Thomas on November 26th at The Altman Building in New York City. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Carl Thomas is out with the video to his new single ‘My First Love’, from the album ‘Let’s Talk About It’. Watch it at YouTube.
Carl Thomas attended Wendy Williams’ birthday party at Tens on Tuesday (July 20) in New York City. Check out pictures from WireImage.
R&B acts on television this week include Destiny’s Child star Beyonce Knowles, who appears on ‘Total Request Live’ on Monday; Carl Thomas, who performs on ‘On Air with Ryan Seacrest’ on Monday; former B2K member Omarion, who appears on ‘TRL’ on Wednesday; Angie Stone, who performs on ‘On Air’ on Thursday; and Brandy, who performs on ‘TRL’ on Thursday.
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Biggie was gunned down, Shyne’s in jail, and Loon is currently involved in some major legal troubles, but according to fellow Bad Boy recording artist Carl Thomas “I don’t think there’s a dark cloud looming over us.” Thomas has even kept in contact with Shyne, saying, “We’ve spoken a couple of times and both times he sounded really positive, he didn’t sound institutionalized or any of that.” To read more of his thoughts on his label’s current situation, and what artists need to be doing for themselves to stay ahead in the industry, click here.
Carl Thomas is out with the video to his new single ‘Make It Alright’. Watch it online below.