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While singer Janet Jackson takes time off to start a family with husband Wissam Al Mana, fans still have an opportunity to see what the songstress has been working on professionally. Earlier this month, she graced the cover of Emirates Woman Magazine to promote her  2015 release “Unbreakable” and her jewelry line the “Unbreakable Diamond Collection.” A few days ago, she posted behind the scenes footage from the photoshoot on Facebook. Notoriously private, it was great to see the star laughing, goofing off and flashing her 1000 watt smile for the camera. In the meantime, Adele, Andra Day and Lady Gaga are just a few of the stars who have offered their condolences to the victims of the Orlando night club shooting, and now Beyoncé and Janet Jackson are offering their acknowledgments as well. Last night, Beyoncé wrapped her up set at Detroit’s Ford Field with a rendition of “Halo”, per usual, this time, however, she dedicated the performance to the victims of the club shooting. “This next song is about love”, she told the crowd, and I’d like to dedicate it to the family members of those who lost their lives in Florida.” A fan managed to capture 30 seconds of the performance. “Men Of R&B Week” continues on the “Steve  Harvey Show”, and singer Bobby Brown made an appearance on the show to promote his new autobiography “Every  Little Step”, which is in stores now. During the appearance, Brown discussed everything from forming New Edition as a nine-year-old in Boston, to claiming he had  his heart broken by Janet Jackson, and how he thought his late ex-wife Whitney Houston had “the greatest voice of our time and many years to come.” The interview was interesting to say the least. The internet’s favorite meme has landed prime real estate as the cover of rapper SchoolBoyQ’s latest effort “Blank Face”. The Top Dawg Entertainment artist shared the album art work for his upcoming release, which features a blurred out image of Michael Jordan’s crying face on Twitter. He’s been going strong since the beginning of 2016 when the West Coast rapper released the gangster film “Groovy Tony” in April and a visual for his Kanye West collaboration “THat Part” earlier this month. “Blank Face” is a follow up to his 2014 effort “Oxymoron”, which featured the  singles “Collard Greens” and “Studio”. For Dej Loaf’s third and final visual, the pint sized MC hops into a bath tub for the reflective track “Who Am I?”. The C.J South directed clip follows her previous releases “Goals” and “Vibes/Chase Mine”. “Who Am I?” is a song of reflection. The rapper told Billboard magazine that the idea was sparked by her and her daily bath taking ritual. She added that she’s preparing her debut album and has been challenging her self to go the extra mile to make the album great. The album should be worth a listen.