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Following the release of her lyric video “Dimension”, singer Azra returns with the official music video. In the clip, Azra is shown delivering choreographed dance moves with several dancers, while in other scenes she’s shown running and gawking in deserted lands. “Dimension” is the follow up to the singer/songwriter/dancer’s EP “Freedom.” During her hiatus, Azra worked as a consultant for fortune 100 companies around the world while working on new music and touring. Now, she’s back with more music for fans to enjoy. Danity Kane breakoff group DK3 took to social  media to announce “The Universe Is Undefeated Tour.” Beginning in September, the 16-date  tour will visit New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta and Los Angeles. The group disbanded in 2014 after a studio altercation. Dawn Richard pursued a solo career while Aubrey and Shannon created the duo Dumblonde. In addition to DK3 performing their hits “Show Stopper” and “Damaged”, Dawn and Dumblonde will also conduct individual sets. Rapper Missy Elliot said it best: “we must celebrate the legends while they are here to see it.” With that being said, a major tribute concert is being planned for singer Aretha Franklin in New York this November. The show is being organized by Sony Music Chief Creative Officer Clive Davis, who is largely responsible for the singer’s longstanding music career. The Queen of Soul was reportedly gravely ill, and she’s now recovering at her home in Detroit, MI, with family and friends by her side. Those honoring Ms. Franklin at the “Clive Davis Presents: A Tribute To Aretha Franklin”, which will take place at Madison Square Garden, will perform some of the icon’s biggest hits, including “Respect”, “You Make Me Feel (Like A Natural Woman)”, “Chain Of Fools” and “I Say A Little Prayer.” Ms. Franklin has been struggling with health issues in recent years, and underwent surgery to remove a tumor in 2010. Last year, she announced that she would retire from touring, and in January, she was forced to cancel a string of concert dates under doctor’s orders. Her last public performance was at the Elton John AIDS Foundation event in New York City in November 2017. Following the withdrawal of Cardi B, singer Bruno Mars took to social  media to reveal an R&B line up for his “24K Magic World Tour.” Boyz To Men, Charlie Wilson, Ciara and Ella Mai will join Mars for his fall U.S. dates. Mars, who is nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Direction for his television special “24K Magic: Live At The Apollo”, also announced that his international trek will end with three homecoming performances in Honolulu, Hawaii. The three dates at Aloha Stadium are a record breaker for the venue, as no other artist has booked that number of successive dates. The 24K Magic World Tour” will promote Mar’s album “24K Magic”, which was certified double platinum and released in November 2016 via Atlantic Records. Rapper Young Thug’s highly anticipated album “Slime Language” finally has a release date. The rapper announced via social media that the album will be released tomorrow, which also marks the MC’s 27th birthday. The Atlanta native revealed the project’s features by sending pet snakes to several media outlets in New York City. “Slime Language” features special guest appearances from emerging artists Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Gunna, Jacquees and others. Quavo premiered the music video for his single “Lamb Talk” today following the release of the singles “Bugglegum” and “Working Me.” The ode to Lamborghinis finds Quavo flaunting and flexing on the street and in his garage, surrounded by Lamborghinis of all shapes and sizes. Co-directed by Quavo and Keemotion and shot in Atlanta,  his entourage includes Offset, Lil Baby, Yung Miami of City Girls and Kollision. Quavo and Migos are currently traveling around the country with Drake on the Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour.

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