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Those who enjoyed singer Patti LaBelle’s “Patti Cakes” will be happy to know that the soul legend is bringing five more deserts to her line of delectable delights. The singer is expanding her collection of sweets to include a berry cobbler, apple cobbler, peach cobbler, apple pecan cake and sweet potato loaf. All the deserts will be available at Walmart. With the cobblers costing $6.98 and the pecan cake costing $9.98, they should do well, especially if You Tube star James Wright is involved with the marketing. Singer Cassie is preparing for a comeback. More than three years after the release of her mixtape “RockaByeBaby”, the singer/actress/model has announced a new single titled “Makeup.” While on the red carpet at the MTV VMAs, the singer revealed that she worked on her latest project with producer Detail. Fans can catch Cassie in the new film “Honey 3”, which also includes new music from the songstress. In today’s music industry, few true divas remain and even fewer have gone on to achieve the success of singer Toni Braxton. As the voice behind such hits as “Breathe Again”, “You’re Making Me  High”, “He Wasn’t Man Enough” and “Unbreak My Heart”, Braxton has established herself with a distinctive sound and style that crosses all genres, making her one of the most successful female recording artist of the 90’s, having won 7 Grammys and sold over 40 million albums. Braxton has also branched out as an actress, producer, philanthropist and reality television personality. She was also the subject of a Lifetime biopic “Unbreak My Heart: The Toni Braxton Story.” There’s no doubt that Braxton still has much more ahead of her personally and professionally. There were so many unanswered questions after the premiere of Kanye West’s visual for the single “Fade” during the 2016 MTV VMAs on Sunday.  Chief among them, why did star Teyana Taylor go from flashdancing her way through a workout routine in a deserted gym to suddenly having a feline face as she leans on her fiancé, NBA star Iman Shumpert in a field with a baby surrounded by sheep. Chorographer Jae Blaze explained that it was to show that she’s an amazing woman, is on the rise, has been working hard and has now blossomed into a fierce cat. He added that the lioness always protects her baby and she’s coming into her fierceness. He went on to say that the moves in the video were inspired by a Jamaican dancehall routine called “bruk back”, which was created by Outshine Crew along with Blaze’s suggestions regarding incorporating some popping and locking into the mix as well. He added that Taylor was phenomenal to work with and brought various elements in her chorography from the  old school to the new school.