Dawn, aka Dawn Richard, has announced the release date of the third album of her trilogy series, which included the albums “Goldenheart” and “Blackheart”. The third installment, titled “Redemption”, will be released on Nov. 18 via Local Action/Our Dawn Entertainment. “Redemption” was produced  primarily by Dawn and Drum Machine. Dawn says it’s her most powerful work to date. It’s also a coming of age for  her as a person, tackling such issues as race, gender inequality, self love and empowerment. Dawn addresses issues facing African Americans with the song “Black Crime”. To prepare fans for the album’s release, Dawn revealed the single  “Renegades”, a high energy electro pop tune that’s sure to keep dance floors packed. After a series of highs and lows, singer/songwriter Robin Thicke is preparing to return to the music scene. On Friday, he announced the single “Deep”, featuring rapper Nas via an Instagram post. Although he initially indicated that the single would be released this week, it’s possible that the record could be released later than expected. He may have wanted to give fans a teaser. In 2015, Thicke released the singles “Morning Sun” and “Back Together”, featuring Nicki Minaj. Many anticipated Thicke releasing the follow up to 2014’s “Paula”, which was inspired by ex-wife Paula Patton, this year, but there’s been no formal announcement regarding a release date. Fans can be assured that “Deep” is on the way, to be followed by an album next year. Chance the Rapper is known as Chicago’s most celebrated artist of a new generation. On Saturday, the sentiment held true for fans in Atlanta, which the MC called his second home in  a Twitter post just hours before show time at the Fox Theater during a “Magnificent Coloring World” tour stop. Throughout his 90 minute set, Chance took the crowd on a journey from his beginnings as a young hopeful to game changing rapper with his catalog compact but impactful three mixtape catalog. He delivers powerful music with a message. Chicago isn’t the only city going crazy for him. The Atlanta crowd roared and applauded his presence just hours away from the Lord’s Day, Sunday.