R. Kelly, Rick Ross & More New Music

R. Kelly is coming through your speakers with a new song titled “Switch Up.”

Enlisting the help of Jeremih and Lil Wayne, the Chi-Town native delivers some raunchy lines about leaving one chick for another.

The tune shows off his vocal range as he scats across the upbeat track laced with string plucks and heavy bass.

Along with “Backyard Party,” this release will appear on his upcoming album The Buffet due Nov. 20.

Rick Ross is pumping out bangers, too.

The rapper, seemingly inspired by Future’s latest drops, has revamped the Atlanta emcee’s “Stick Talk” from DS2.

Maintaing the pace and tone of the record, Rozay boasts about stacking his paper and stunting in the club.

His next LP, Black Market, which includes the sultry single “Sorry” with Chris Brown, hits stores later this year.

Da Boss isn’t the only one laying down remixes. Jason Derulo is also covering some popular tracks.

During his BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, he performed Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen.”

Accompanied by a band and a cheat sheet of lyrics, the R&B crooner belted it out, adding more soul and melody to the chart topper.

Take a look below.

One of the Mr. Derulo’s studio collaborators, Lyrica Anderson, is stepping back into the spotlight.

The singer/songwriter, who has penned music for Beyoncé and Wiz Khalifa, is returning for her second EP entitled Hello, and the lead single, “Buzzin” includes bars from The Game and YG.

Check out her project when it becomes available Nov. 6, and keep your ears peeled for verses from Breezy and Wiz when you cop it.

Hear “Buzzin” over at Complex.