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Captivating listeners since the age of six, La’Porsha Renae is poised to carve her own niche in the music industry. Whether it’s pop, rock, or R&B, her powerhouse vocals exude infectious passion. Her debut album, “Already All Ready”,  which will be released on March 31 via 19 Recordings/Motown Records, reflects her complex yet refreshing artistry. The first single, “Good Woman”, accurately highlights why she’s an artist to watch. The empowering anthem, “Battles”, was selected as the theme song for the gold medal winning U.S. Women’s Gymnastics team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. Without question, the singer/songwriter has a bright future ahead of her. With the release of his highly anticipated album “Tremaine” looming, Trey Songz has announced his North American tour. Titled “Tremaine The Tour”, the trek will begin on May 3 in Detroit MI and travel for a month to major cities including Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Atlanta and others before wrapping up at The Novo in Los Angeles on June 3. The intimate show will focus on mid-size theaters in an effort to give Trey a more personal connection with fans, which parallels the personal direction of the new album, which is not only named after him, but includes no features. Special pre-sale dates are coming soon, beginning with Trey’s website on March 28. In addition to his forthcoming tour, Trey has also revealed the official track list for the new project, which has been proceed by the singles “Nobody Else But You”, “Playboy”, “Songs Go Off”, “She Lovin It” and “Animal.” Chris Brown celebrates his single “Party” reaching the No. 1 spot on urban radio by announcing its follow up “Privacy.” Brown tweeted that the track has been mixed and mastered. Brown shared a clip of the pending track while he was in the studio. In the clip, Brown dances next to  a compadre while an explicit version of the song plays. Brown revealed that his single “Party”, which features Usher and rapper Gucci Mane, reached No. 1 on urban radio on Friday. At the beginning of 2017, Rick Ross celebrated the five year anniversary of his mixtape “Rich Forever”, which many fans consider his  magnum opus for the street. Others believe that honor should go to his 2010 effort “Teflon Don”, or even still 2012’s “God Forgives, I Don’t”. At any rate, the man who gave fans two releases in 2014 and did so again in 2015, has consistently put out enough material that the term could justifiably be applied to more than one of his projects. Now, Ross is wading into the debate, calling his ninth studio effort, “Rather You Than Me”, his magnum opus. Last week, Ross celebrated both his daughter’s birthday and the release of his latest studio effort, and thus far, fan reaction has been overwhelmingly positive. Ross’ ear for productive remains impeccable on such tracks as “Santorini Greece” and the Meek Mill collaboration “Lamborghini Doors.” Fans should stay tuned because Ross shows no signs of slowing down.