Today, singer/songwriter/producer R. Kelly has released his first holiday album and 14th studio effort “12 Nights Of Christmas.” Fans will no doubt step around the Christmas tree during the holiday season with this release.  In addition to the album, he’s also announced the “12 Nights Of Christmas Holiday Tour”, which begins on Dec. 5 in Nashville and will make stops in Chicago, New York, Milwaukee and other areas. Additional dates will be announced at a later date. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets Wednesday, October 26, using a promo code available through Kelly’s Twitter, Facebook, website and Ticketmaster VIP mailing list. “12 Nights Of Christmas” is available at iTunes. R&B fans can appreciate what singer/songwriter/producer Jaheim  brings to the table, as he released his seventh studio effort, “Struggle Love”, and is currently out promoting the album. However, it appears that the internet doesn’t appreciate his struggle hair. The cooner recently posted a photograph of his new hairstyle, which looks like he got either a relaxer or texturizer. Of course, he received a not so positive response from the internet. Clearly, Jaheim didn’t take the criticism laying down as he immediately clapped back at those who roasted him. He has reportedly responded to each individually. Singer Janet Jackson’s royalty payments may have risen. Why, you ask? During the last presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton, Trump called Clinton, a “nasty woman” when she joked about Trump reportedly not paying his taxes. This prompted the social media world to refer to Janet Jackson’s 1986  hit “Nasty” for memes and mash ups. The song, which has become the backdrop of several clips, has seen a 250% rise in streams on Spotify alone. The video was impeccably put together. Chance the Rapper has shared a new visual for the single “How Great”, filming a live performance entirely on an iPhone. The official video, as the rapper referred to it on Twitter, features his cousin Nicole, Francis & The Lights, Jay Electronica and a gospel choir. In black and white, it pans around a room featuring the various singers sharing a fun and  personal moment.