Pop star Rhianna has just released a sultry black and white visual for her single “Kiss It Better”, from her new album “Anti”. The video features the singer intermittently standing, writhing, on the ground and floating through space through various stages of undress while singing to the Prince-esque synth and guitar track. In fact, Rhianna appears in the video alone, it contains no backdrop. When “Anti” was released in January, “Kiss It Better” hit the top of Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 Chart and still claims a place on the Hip Hop/R&B and Hot R&B Songs Charts. “Anti” currently holds the No 3 position on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart. In other Pop/R&B news, alternative soul singer Adrian Daniel blends sonics with story telling for his debut album “Disillusions”, premiering on Billboard. The Brooklyn bred artist began his career as a dancer gracing stages at the Apollo Theater and Brooklyn Academy of Music before forming a band called L.C.D. and pouring his passion into singing and writing. Now, he’s gained notoriety with previous projects like 2012’s “Memoirs Of A Stoner” and 2014’s “Fkkking High”. The 15 track effort blends funky grooves with smooth vocals. “Disillusions” will be released tomorrow. Singer/actress Brandy isn’t pleased with her record label. According to the Associated Press, the songstress is suing Chameleon Entertainment Group, alleging that the company has kept her from recording and releasing new music since 2012’s “Two Eleven”. In 2011, Brandy signed a five album deal with Chameleon, but only one has surfaced since then. According to the lawsuit, Brandy claims Chameleon isn’t letting her record because they want her to sign a new deal with them. It also stated that she dissolved her contract with the label and is seeking a judgement that it is void. Prior to the deal with Chameleon, Brandy was signed to Epic Records after being with Atlantic for most of her career. She released “Beggin & Pleadin” via BET earlier this year, it was her first album in some time. Could the saga of “The Life Of Pablo” be coming to an end? Sources told Billboard magazine that Kanye West’s latest album ‘The Life Of Pablo”, which has been streaming exclusively on Tidel since it’s release on Valentine’s Day, will not only be available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music tomorrow, it will finally be available for sale. Now that West seems pleased with the last minute tweaks and adjustments he’s been making to the album, including several done yesterday, “Pablo” could be available for download on his website in the next few days, possibly today.