It was requested by fans, now Top Dawg Entertainment has released Sza’s new Travis Scott featured track “Love Galore.” Following the 2017 single “Drew Barrymore”, the songstress regrets being addicted to a sexual relationship with a man who has another woman at home. Over production by thankgodforcody and Carter Lang, Sza knows it’s wrong, but she finds the pleasure endless and anything is possible when the two are together. Travis Scott adds a sexual verse to the track as well. Sza’s long awaited debut album “CTRL” is still awaiting a release date, which shouldn’t take much longer. Top Dawg Entertainment CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith revealed that “CTRL” will be the label’s next release. To say that singer Tamar Braxton has been through a great deal since the release of her 2015 album “Calling All Lovers”, would be an understatement. Between leaving the day time talk show “The Real” and rumored infidelity in her marriage, Braxton seems ready to seek therapy through new music. Today, the songstress debuts the emotional ballad “My Man”, and it may sound like she’ s speaking of her relationship, but that may not be the case. The single’s art work features a photograph of her parents, who wrestled with issues of infidelity in their own marriage, which is addressed in the reality series “Braxton Family Values.” In fact, in the song, which was composed by TC and Corey Rooney, Braxton might be channeling her mother’s experience with finding out about her father’s mistress and their divorce. “My Man’ is the first single from Braxton’s latest studio effort on her own Tamartian Land Records. R&B singers Kelly Rowland and Robin Thicke have signed on to perform at the second annual VH1 special “Dear Mama: An Event To Honor Moms.” Thicke will honor his mother Gloria Loring. while Rowland, who lost her mother Doris Rowland Garrison in 2014, will perform for a surprise guest. The event will be hosted by actor Anthony Anderson and LaLa Anthony. You can catch “Dear Mama: An Event To Honor Moms” on VH 1 on Monday, May 8 at 10 PM EST/PT on VH1. A month after the release of his latest effort “Rather You Than Me”, rapper Rick Ross kept the momentum going with a performance on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.” Joined by Wale and Young Thug, he delivered a high octane performance of the single “Trap, Trap, Trap.” In front of a red backdrop, Ross delivered his thunderous verse, a short time later, Young Thug snuck on stage in a glittery jacket. Wale followed with a hood on his head, joining the MCs from the audience. While the Maybach Music CEO continues promoting his latest studio effort, Wale and Young Thug are preparing their own solo projects, respectively. Yesterday, Young Thug announced via Twitter that Drake will executive produce his next project, while Wale will release his fifth studio effort “Shine”, ahead of schedule.