“American Idol” runner up  La’Porsha Renae will release her highly anticipated debut album, “Already All Ready”, on March 31 via 19 Recordings/Motown Records. Available for pre-order, the 13 track project is headed by the Harmony “H-Money” Samuels produced single “Good Woman.” Fans who purchase the album early will also receive the singles “”What Is Love”, “Already All Ready” and the Ne-Yo written and produced track “Somebody Does.” In addition to  announcing the album release date, the songstress also revealed the album artwork. She indicated that the cover represents her insecurities. She added that she represents beautiful, full figured women, single mothers and natural women as well. She added that the album title is not considered to be ideal in terms of describing a star. La’Porsha Renae was introduced to the world  via the 15th and final season of  the reality talent show “American Idol.” A native of McComb MS, she’s ready to reveal everything she wasn’t able to on the show. Before the biggest blunder in Academy Award history, singer John Legend took the stage to perform a medley of songs from the film “La La Land”, which he stars in and co-produced. Seated at a grand piano on the glamourous stage, the R&B star performed “City Of Stars” and “Audition.” Opening with a dance troupe performing around city lights, the set later transitioned to a beautiful starry night, as the dancers continued gliding around him, some flying in the air. It was an amazing performance to say the least. Both Drake and The Weekend are currently touring Europe, and fans in Oberhausen Germany received a huge surprise when the 6 God brought Starboy on stage. Abel worked the arena into a frenzy with the hit “The Hills” as red lights illuminated the stage. Drake made certain he showed his fellow Canadian love as the two embraced and called one another the real Starboy. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Roots Picnic, a festival launched by the Philadelphia hip hop band and their long time manager Shawn Gee, headliners Pharrell Williams, Lil Wayne and Solange will take over the City of Brotherly Love. After launching the New York City counterpart last fall, the Picnic will return to Philadelphia on Saturday June 3. The Roots intend to put together a unique lineup that doesn’t get lost in the shuffle of festival season. In addition to the headlining acts, 21 Savage, Kimbra, Khalid, PNB Rock and NoName will also perform. All in all, the goal is to create a once in a lifetime experience for picnic goers. Without question, the group will achieve that feat.