Exciting news 90’s R&B fans. Singer/songwriter/producer DeAngelo will release a newly remastered version of his 1995 debut album “Brown Sugar” on August 25 via Virgin/UMe. The remastered project, overseen by Grammy award winning engineer Russell Elevado, will be expanded into a Deluxe Edition, including 21 additional rare tracks, including remixes by CJ Mackintosh, Dallas Austin, King Tech, Erick Sermon and Incognito, as well as instrumentals and a cappella versions. Of the newly added tracks, 15 were previously released on vinyl only and seven will make their commercial release debuts on the  new edition. The double-disc package includes a 20-page booklet, featuring an essay by writer Nelson George, rare photographs and lyrics for the original 10 tracks. Released July 4, 1995, “Brown Sugar” signaled a new direction for soul music, bridging tradition and innovation. DeAngelo, then 21, wrote, arranged and produced  most of the album himself, drawing inspiration from jazz, gospel, soul, hip hop, in addition to using  a mixture of new and vintage equipment to realize his creative vision. “Brown Sugar” spent 65 weeks on the Billboard 200 album chart and drew praise from both critics and fans. Nigerian-American sibling R&B duo VanJess is back in the spotlight with the visual “Touch The Floor”, which features Masego. In the clip,  VanJess is clad in 90’s attire complete with poetic justice braids, crop tops, huge hoops and bright colors. The visual finds the sisters along with Masego and several friends in  a photography studio, relaxing, dancing and enjoying one another’s company. With the aid of Masego’s saxophone playing, the trio effortlessly blends R&B and jazz which is sure to get any party started.