Reality star/Lil Wayne’s ex-wife Toya Wright is enduring two huge losses; over the weekend, it was reported that her two brothers Rudy an Josh Johnson were shot and killed. Fellow New Orleans native, singer August Alsina offered his sympathy via an Instagram post, captioning with a picture of the two together. August is all too familiar with losing a loved one to gun violence. In 2010, he lost his older brother Melvin Branch in a shooting. Wright’s brothers were found dead from gun shot wounds in a black SUV. Police are investigating. Police are asking that anyone with information regarding the killings contact Homicide Detective Theo Kent at 504-658-5300. Rising Brooklyn singer/songwriter Tish Hyman has created a nationwide buzz since the release of her single “Subway Art.” Last month, she released her debut album “Dedicated To”, which spawned the single “Dreams”, featuring Fabolous Ty Dolla Sign. Yesterday, she stopped by “The Breakfast Club” to chat with DJ Envy and Charlamagne The God and give listeners some background information on her life, her days sleeping on couches as a struggling singer/songwriter, working as a stock broker for a period and being a lesbian in the music industry. Needless to say, the interview was  an informative one. Legendary R&B group Kool & The Gang has returned to the Billboard charts with the single “Sexy (Where’d You Get Yours).” The single made its entry on the Adult R&B Songs chart at No. 28 on Aug. 13. It’s the groups first chart appearance since 2006 when “Steppin Into Love” ended its run on July 8, 2006. The song peaked at No. 38. Prior to that, the band hit No 36 with “No Show” in 2005. The band scored several hits during the 70’s and 80’s, including “Ladies Night”, “Celebration” and “Joanna”. The new single comes as the band is in the midst of completing its “Keeping The Funk Alive Tour.” New lead vocalist Walt Anderson joins founding members brothers Robert and Ronald Bell. Rapper Gucci Mane has earned his first No. 1 album on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums Chart, with “Everybody Looking” selling over 43,000 copies during the week ending July 28, according to Nielsen Music. Since his debut on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums Chart, Gucci has placed a total of 28 sets on the chart, including “Everybody Looking.” Until now, his best performing sets on the chart were 2009’s “The State Vs. Radric Davis” and 2010’s “The Appeal: Georgia’ s Most Wanted”, both of which debuted and peaked at No. 2. The release of “Everybody Looking” removes Gucci from a tie with Lil Wayne for the second most charted albums by a rapper. Wayne now slips to third place with E40 landing at the number one spot with 32 entries on the chart.