The late Bobbi Kristina Brown would have turned 24 on March 4, and in remembrance, her father, R&B singer Bobby Brown, dedicated his single “Tenderoni” to his late daughter at his concert on Saturday. Before he could begin, however, he broke down as he remembered her, wiping tears with a towel. After he collected himself enough to sing, he was still chocked up. The moment was a touching one. The 2017 iHeart Radio Music Awards, which celebrates the best in music, took place last night and Rihanna took home awards for “Song of the Year” for her collaboration with Drake “Work” and “R&B Album of the Year” for her eighth studio effort “Anti”, which has been certified 2x platinum. Justin Timberlake won “Song of the Year” for his single “Can’t Stop The Feeling.” Overall, there are over 30 categories, eight of which are fan voted, primarily through social media. Among other winners at last night’s ceremony are Adele for “Female Artist of the Year”, Twenty One Pilots for Duo/Group of the Year and The Chainsmokers for New Artist of the Year. Congratulations to all! Rising teen singer/songwriter Rayvyn Lenae delivered on a promise of new music to fans with the release of her second EP “Midnight Moonlight.” The songstress is blessed with talent beyond her years, which she continues to share with her growing fan base with the six track project. “Genesis” finds the teen singing about a deep love that feels like it has existed before. Later, she cooks up the infectious groove “Last Breath”, where her delicate tone blends with  the head bobbing track. Ravyn has just completed a tour with female rapper Noname, and she has much more planned in 2017. John Legend and Ariana Grande bring their remake of “Beauty And The Beast” to life with the visual directed by Dave Meyers. Twenty-six years after the original, which was performed by Peabo  Bryson and Celine Dion in 1991, the two were brought together to create a remake for the live action film adaption of the Disney classic. The clip begins with Grande, looking stunning in a flowing red gown as she stares out her castle window while belting out the iconic lyrics. Legend later appears at the grand piano as red cloaked dancers perform choreographed moves around Ari. Scenes from the new film are interspersed between their performance as they sing for Belle and the Beast, while large sparklers go off inside the lavish castle ballroom. The “Beauty And The Beast” soundtrack, which incudes contributions from Dion, Alan Menken and Tim Rice, will be released on March 17. Travis Scott is prepared to hit the road. The 24-year-old rapper will embark on the Birds Eye View Tour, sponsored by Live Nation, in support of his sophomore effort “Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight.” Scott’s 25 city trek will include several festival stops, including Coachella and Bonnaroo. In addition to those performances, Scott will also visit New York, Houston and Miami. The tour will begin on April 12. Fan pre-sale has begun and general on sale tickets will be available on Wednesday at 10:00 a.m EST at