While on the red carpet of the 2016 BMI/Hip Hop Awards, R&B duo Louis York, which consists of singer/songwriter Claude Kelly and producer Chuck Harmony, revealed that they have new music due on September 23 and it will be better than their previous efforts. They also discussed the artist that they’ve been writing and producing for, including K. Michelle, Ella Henderson and James Blunt. They also took a moment to praise the honoree of the evening Toni Braxton by saying that she’s one of the best in the business. Believe it or not, at the tender age of 32, singer Fantasia has become a grandmother. The songstress and her husband, Kendall Taylor, welcomed a baby boy named Knoen into the world. The child was born of the union of Taylor’s son, Treyshaun, and his girlfriend, Kayla. Dame Dash is apparently still seeing red over  how the Beyhive came after  his family and ex-wife Rachel Roy after the “Becky with the good hair” debacle. During an interview with UK magazine Grazia, Dame called Beyoncé’s fan base “cowards” for not addressing the  Hive for the online harassment of his family. He held both Beyoncé and Jay Z responsible for the incident stating that they should have spoken publicly regarding the matter. Fans will recall that Beyoncé fans attacked Dame’s ex-wife Rachel Roy, following the premiere of Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade.” Roy fanned the flames when she alluded on Instagram to the fact that she may be the woman Beyoncé referred to on the single “Sorry.” Jay and Dame co-founded Rock-A-Fella Records along with Rock-A-Wear Clothing a few years ago, but there’s reportedly been bad blood between the two since then. If you thought that KeKe Wyatt and  husband Michael Ford’s marriage on “R&B Divas: Atlanta” was filled with drama, you haven’t seen anything yet. The couple will appear on the sixth season of WE TV’s “Marriage Bootcamp” on October 7. The couple’s problems reportedly stem from trust issues and KeKe allegedly treating Michael like a “doormat.”  The show will follow couples as they struggle to maintain their vows. Other couples slated to appear on the show include Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert of “Bachelor In Paradise”, Jim and Amber Marchese of “Real Housewives Of New Jersey”, and same sex couple Margeaux and Merika of “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” and Karen Gravano and Storm of “Mob Wives.” De La Soul’s first studio effort in 12 years, the kickstarter backed “And The Anonymous” has earned the group its first No. 1 on the Top Rap Albums chart since the chart began in 2004. The group first reached Billboard in 1989 with their debut album “3 Feet High And Rising.” “Anonymous” leads the chart with 21,000 copies sold in the week ending September 1. As for the R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart, it enters at No. 3, the veteran hip hop act’s best showing since 2000’s “Art Official Intelligence: Mosaic Thump.” The trio, which has performed together for 28 years, earned it’s first and only No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart with “3 Feet High And Rising” in 1989. In all, they’ve placed nine albums on the chart, while twelve tracks have reached Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart from 1989 to 2002, including the No. 1 from their debut album “Me, Myself And I.” Around the same time that rapper Mac Miller and Ariana Grande performed at Billboard’s Hot 100 Festival, rumors swirled about a romance between the two. The rumors continued when Miller shared a duet the two recorded titled “My Favorite Part” from his forthcoming album “Divine Feminine.” The song is built on a rubbery bass line, with Miller taking lead vocals. The pair come together on the chorus. “Divine Feminine” will be released September 16.