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Singer KeKe Wyatt recently posted an Instagram photo of herself sporting a newly shaven head. The bold move wasn’t for fashion, nor was it to channel her inner Amber Rose. The move was in support of her child who lost all of their hair due to a battle with cancer. The R&B singer revealed the news last week in an Instagram video. On Monday, Wyatt posted a selfie of herself rocking a baldie. Yesterday, Wyatt posted another selfie along with an update on her child’s condition. Even Wyatt’s mom got in on the action in support of her grandchild. Wyatt, who’s currently expecting her ninth child, has requested that fans donate to http://www.choa.org to help children suffering from various health issues. Fans of rapper/songwriter/producer Pharrell Williams have been blessed with new music from the hit maker via the soundtrack for “Despicable Me 3.” However, for those wanting to hear more PG rated material from the star, great news! During an interview on NBC’s “Today Show”, Williams revealed that he won’t be returning to “The Voice” because he has a lot of work to do. He then revealed that he has new albums by Ariana Grande and Justin Timberlake due. He added that there’s also a mystery project in the works, which may or may not be a new N.E.R.D. album. Rising Atlanta bred Motown Records signee Malachiae Warren has been keeping a low profile since the release of his 2016 EP “Heard You Was In My City.” With a substantial social media following, the singer/songwriter has been teasing fans with his forthcoming project for several months, sharing video clips and snippets of studio sessions. This week, he surprises fans with the release of  “The Wake Up EP”. The nine track project features the singles “The Latest”, “Ooo” and “Swisher Sweet.” Fans unfamiliar with Warren’s work should check out “The Wake Up EP.” Without question, rapper Kendrick Lamar’s latest studio effort “DAMN” is one of the best albums of the year with an iconic title. During a recent interview with Big Boy on Los Angeles radio station 92.3, the Compton native revealed that he initially planned to title the album “What Happens On Earth Stays On Earth”, a line uttered by DJ Kid Capri on the tracks “Element” and “Duckworth.” Lamar added that the long title didn’t feel right and he settled for damn because there are many ways to put it in his head. He also addressed the rumor that “DAMN” has a companion album, although there’s no confirmation on this and the impressive amount of unreleased material he’s recorded.

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