Pop/R&B singer/songwriter JoJo has released her first album in ten years, “Mad Love.” The first single, “F*** Apologies”, featuring Wiz Khalifah, has made Top 40 and Hot AC Radio. The songstress completed a summer tour with Fifth Harmony and will make several concert appearances to promote “Mad Love.” For more details and ticket information, visit iamjojoofficial.com. “Mad Love” can be purchased at iTunes. No wonder singer Mya continues to defy the laws of aging. She finally revealed that she secret is a no meat diet. In a video for animal rights organization PETA, the singer revealed how she went from being a vegatarian (no meat) to a vegan (no animal products, period). She added that she looks and feels better than ever. Her testimonial is amazing. Cuffing season is here and singer John Legend is giving lovers everywhere an anthem to get cozy to. Legend gave his first public performance of the single “Love Me Now” on “The Ellen Show.” Legend performed on a single, platform stage while sporting a floral print leather jacket. In addition to his performance, Legend sat down to talk with Ellen about his daughter Luna, campaigning with Hilary Clinton and working with Ryan Gosling. Atlanta rapper Jezzy is preparing new music for fans with his forthcoming project “Trap Or Die 3”, the third installement of his Trap Or Die series following his 2005 and 2010 releases in addition to his 2015 effort “Church In These Streets.” The Def Jam verteran recruited Yo Gott, French Montana, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and the late Bankroll Fresh for the sixteen track set. “Trap Or Die 3” is available for pre-order now. “Trap Or Die 3” will be released Oct. 28. The Game has been keeping quite a busy schedule since the release of “The Documentary 2”, which hit No. 2 on the Billboard 200 last year, to announcing the release of the mobile app game “Block Wars” and releasing the soundtrack album of the same name, to exhanging diss tracks with rapper Meek Mill during their ongoing fued. Regarding “The Documentary 2”, Game delivered a 13 track set that uncovers the highs and lows of the rapper’s life during that year. “The Documentary 2” is certainly worth listening to.