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Not only has Miguel released new singles recently, including “Come Through And Chill”, he’s  also using his Art Dealer Chic to introduce new talent. Keeping it in house, at least as in house as it can go, he’s released a new single and visual from his brother who uses the stage name Nonchalant Savage. The singer serves up some good vibes of his own with the visual  “Mixed Signals.” Late night Los Angeles house party scenes play out  from room to room as Savage’s sluggish, intoxicating vocals elicit a magnetic draw, he plays several instruments while instructing his girl to come closer. He’s certainly an artist worth watching and there’s no question that he has a bright future ahead of him. Earlier this year, OVO Sound’s Majid Jordan released their self titled debut album and followed with a spring tour. Now, they’ve announced a fall tour along with dates.  The tour begins in September in Montreal, QC, Canada, and ends on November 10 in the group’s hometown of Toronto. “Every Step, Every Way”, “Learn From Each Other”, and “Day And Night” are a few of the group’s singles. Tickets are on sale now. Drake’s “Views From The 6” enters double digit territory as it rises from 2 to 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart, spending a tenth consecutive week atop the list. The album earned another 92,000 equivalent album units in the week ending July 14, according to Nielsen Music. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week  in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional albums sales, track equivalent albums, (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums. (SEA). The new July 30 dated chart will be posted on Billboard’s website in full tomorrow. As French Montana continues to prepare his forthcoming studio effort “MCA”, the follow up to the “Wave Gods” mixtape and 2013’s, “Excuse My French”, he enlists the services of friend Drake for the fiery track “No Shopping”. The Noah “40” Shebb and Murda Beatz produced track appeared on Drake’s OVO Sound show on Beats 1 on Saturday. After being the target of rapper Joe Budden’s beef tracks “Wake” and “Making Of A Murder Pt. 1”, Drake apparently referenced Budden;’s 2003 single “Pump It Up” on his verse. Budden responded with a meme of the crying Michael Jordan face on the OVO owl and his own single “Afraid” , which was also released on Saturday. It will be interesting to see how things pan out from this point.