KeKe Palmer is ready to snatch lives. The singer/actress has just released the single “Wind Up”, featuring Quavo. Palmer rallies the ladies on the uptempo number, while Quavo adds two verses where he brags about his new lady. Last year, Palmer released the deeply personal EP “Lauren.” Now, she’ s currently filming “Berlin Station” and preparing her next musical project No word on a title or when it will be released. Crooner BJ The Chicago Kid and singer Tiara Thomas collaborated on the single “I Be High.” The smooth, laid back track is an ode to marijuana and finds the two singing about the joy of smoking and making love. “I Be High” follows several releases from BJ, including his tribute to Usher’s “Confessions”, and his ode to cuffing season, “The Lost Files: Cuffing Season.” The singer/songwriter performed during the Coachella weekend and is preparing the highly anticipated follow up to his Grammy award winning debut album “In My Mind.” Meanwhile, Tiara released her surprise acoustic EP “Don’t Mention My Name” last month. After a  long delay, singer Chris Brown will finally release his long awaited documentary this summer. The R&B star has announced that his candid “Welcome To My Life” film will arrive in theaters in June. Last year, Brown shared the trailer for “Welcome To My Life”, which features appearances from Jamie Foxx, Usher, DJ Khaled, Jennifer Lopez and Rita Ora. The trailer also includes flashback interviews with Brown where he discusses his future. It sounds like a film fans won’t want to miss. Rapper Kendrick Lamar refuses to bite his tongue for anyone in hip hop. After boldly proclaiming himself the greatest rapper alive on his latest album “DAMN”, he doubled down on his statements during an interview with Beats 1 Zane Lowe. Lamar discussed his passion for hip hop, saying that he loves it to the point that he can’t describe it. In addition, Lamar defended his verse on the single “Control” by saying that hip hop is not something an artist plays with, earns a few dollars then gets out. Later in the conversation, Lamar broke down the tale behind “DAMN” and deep cut “DUCKWORTH”, which details a meeting between his father and TDE CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith.