Rising singer/actor Jordan Fisher has a new single that’s slowly climbing the charts titled “All About Us” and for those unaware, this young man has an impressive set of pipes. He’s definitely an artist worth watching and he spoke to Music Choice about his plans for his career. He stated that he’s been doing radio runs all over the country and will be heading to Europe soon to do more of the same. “All About Us” can be purchased on iTunes. After releasing the single “Superlove” last week, Tinashe is finally breaking her silence regarding her sophomore album “Joyride”. During an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats 1, the songstress revealed that fans will finally get the opportunity to hear the follow up 2014’s “Aquarius” this fall. She added that she feels good about the music and assures that fans will enjoy it. In other Tinashe news, rumor has it that the singer has a new love interest. According to Page Six, she and EMD producer DJ Calvin Harris have been dating since his well publicized breakup with Taylor Swift. A source close to the two reported that the couple has been seeing each other secretly for a few weeks, so it’s casual right now, but they have been on a few dates. The two met in 2014 while writing songs for Rhianna. A source says that since then, the two have kept in touch and have began hanging out again. Harris is preparing the follow up to 2014’s “Motion”, which features the Rhianna assisted single “This Is What You Came For.” DJ Khaled, Nas, and label executives Lyor Cohen and Julie Greenwald have been slated as panelists and honorees for the 2016 Revolt Music Conference. Presented by mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, the third annual networking forum will return to Miami on Oct. 13-15. The RMC will take place at Eden Rock Miami Beach Resort after two years at Fontainbleau. DJ/producer and social media maven Khaled will host #ASKKHALED, the third installment of RMC’s “Ask ” Q&A panel series that has featured Combs each year. The 2016 slate of keynote speakers will include 300 Entertainment founder Cohen and Atlantic Records chairman/COO Greenwald. Other panels set to discuss such topics as social media and streaming will include DJ/radio personalities DJ Envy and Funk Master Flex, songwriting/production duo Cool and Dre, Spotify head of global programming hip hop, Tuma Basa, Def Jam executive VP of A&R Darrale Jones and The Shade Room founder Angie Nwandu. Registration for the 2016 Revolt Music Conference is open now.