Those who couldn’t get tickets to Beyoncé’s “Formation World Tour” are now in luck because she’s added more dates to the North American leg of the tour. Her company Parkwood Entertainment and Live Nation have announced seven more dates. The new lineup includes another New York show in Rutherford, NJ at Met Life Stadium on Sept. 7, and two more California stops, including one at Dodgers Stadium on Sept 14, among others. She also rescheduled the May 5th Nashville show, which was postponed due to renovations at the stadium. Tickets for all performances go on sale May 13. Singer Janet Jackson released the visual for her single “Damn Baby” and the Associated Press was present during the video shoot, interviewing producer Jimmy Jam and chorographers Gil Duldula and Luther Brown as well. The clip shows Jackson and her dancers as they perform on a soundstage. It captures the now Janet and fans are sure to love the results. Meanwhile, her older brother Tito Jackson has released a single of his own titled “Get It Baby”. The track features a special guest appearance by hip hop icon Big Daddy Kane. The single has been receiving attention in several markets and will appear on Jackson’s upcoming album “Tito Time”, which will be released later this fall. Mississippi rapper Lil Lonnie recruited R&B singer Bryson Tiller for his new single “Change Up”, which will be included on his forthcoming album “They Know What’s Going On Part 2”. The 20-year-old MC states that “Change Up” harps on staying humble while earning money. He added during an interview with Billboard magazine that no matter how much money he earns, it won’t change the person he is. It’s always great to see a successful individual remain humble. Chance The Rapper is preparing for the release of his forthcoming album “Chance 3”, which he announced would be available May 13. He gave fans a taste of what’s to come with a performance on “The Tonight Show” of  the track “Blessings”  before the studio audience. He debuted the track with a full brassy band and Gospel choir, which went over well with the crowd.