It looks like the Philadelphia 76ers organization has made it up to singer Sevyn Streeter. Back in October, the organization told Streeter that she couldn’t perform the national anthem just moments before she was scheduled to do so because she was wearing a “We Matter” jersey. Days later, the organization issued a public apology. More recently, both sides have announced that the singer/songwriter will perform the national anthem at a Dec. 16 home game against the Los Angeles Lakers. The songstress posted a statement to her Instagram. It’s great to hear that things have been worked out. Singer Alicia Keys visited “Jimmy Fallon Live” and performed her single “Blended Family (What You Do For Love)” with house band The Roots and rapper Young MA, who replaced A$AP Rocky. Wearing big, curly hair, a dress along with a corset and no makeup, Keys performed her latest single based on her real life blended family. Grammy nominated singer/songwriter Kenny Lattimore will be bringing his own brand of cheer to homes this holiday season with his first Christmas album, “A Kenny Lattimore Christmas.” The project features 11 tracks, including renditions of such holiday classics as “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”, “”God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”, “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” and “Oh Holy Night.” Lattimore also wrote six original tracks for the album including “Home For The Holidays”, “Everybody Love Somebody” and “Real Love At Christmas.” “A Kenny Lattimore Christmas” is available in stores and online now. Fans can catch Kenny Lattimore when he hits the road with Dave Koz on November 25 in Sarasota FL and will hit such cities as Miami, FL, Atlanta GA, New York City and Chicago IL. Fans can find a list of tour dates at http://www.kennylattimore.com. Fans will be happy to know that rapper French Montana’s forthcoming project “MC4” is officially back on the menu. After shelving what was to be a full album last month, the rapper decided to release his latest project as a mixtape on Saturday. Featuring the singles “LockJaw”, featuring Kodak Black and “No Shopping”, featuring Drake, Montana took to Instagram to announce his decision to unveil his project to the masses. The project features 14 songs that will surely remain in heavy rotation for some time to come. Rapper/singer/songwriter/producer Wyclef Jean will guest star on the season finale of NBC’s “Law & Order:SVU” Wednesday evening. He will play record label CEO Vincent Love, whose new artist got into a fight with a transgender woman at a party and the woman is in a coma. In a Billboard magazine clip, the character didn’t seem too concerned about what is obviously a sticky situation. Catch the episode on Wednesday evening.