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Chris Brown treats fans to the single “All The Time.” The song is a remake of the Ty Dolla $ign hit of the same name, which Brown confirmed. Produced by Hitmaka, the Grammy award winner serenades a special lady. “All The Time” appears on Ty Dolla $ign’s 2017 album “Beach House 3.” Brown recently released several collaborations, including Sage the Gemini (“Buss It”) and Fat Joe (“Attention”). Last month, he released a Michael Jackson inspired song. Over the past few years, West Coast artist Skeme has become the go to collaborator on a number of projects. Iggy Azalia, Schoolboy Q and Kendrick Lamar to name a few. Now, he and Sean Gast have joined forces for the new single “All For Me.” Produced by Zack Brunson, “All For Me” is a street track that combines an introduction to Sean Gast’s  new sound with Skeme’s  signature word play. This song is definitely a must hear. “All For Me” is the third single from the 20-year-old emerging artist and marks the return of Skeme following the release of his 2016 mixtape “Paranoia.” “All For Me” will appear on Sean Gast debut EP, “Good Company.” In addition to “All For Me”, the project also includes the tracks “Party In The Hills” and “Buena Compania.” It features a special guest appearance from Rich the Kid. The Profit$ and Cassius Clay handled the production work. “Good Company” will be released via Empire on October 9.  Singer/songwriter NayStar pays homage to her island roots on her new single and video “Pull Up”, a reggae number produced by Devon Powell. Born in Queens, New York and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, NayStar is also half Trinidadian and “Pull Up” celebrates her cultural heritage. The video shows the singer showing off her dance moves in a club, on the beach, and in a tropical area. NayStar’s music blends Pop, R&B and reggae. Additionally, she’s a songwriter, choreographer and fitness nutrition coach. PJ Morton is coming to a city near you. As an extension of his “Gumbo” Tour, he  has extended the trek into fall with the “More Gumbo Tour.” The 19-date tour will include Grace Weber and begin on Nov. 11 in Asbury Park, NJ and visit Balitmore, Richmond, Birmingham, New Orleans, Austin, San Francisco and others before wrapping up Dec. 7 in Seattle. Before beginning the North American leg of the tour, PJ will begin the international leg on October 19 through November 4. The overseas trek will take him to Japan, South Korea, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Spain and France. Fans can purchase tickets at pjmortonmusic.com. Earlier this year, singer/songwriter Leah LaBelle died in a car accident. Now, on what would have been her 32nd birthday, friends, family and collaborators celebrate her life with the posthumous EP “Love To The Moon.” The five song collection showcases her range, soul and spirit. The project includes the singles “Sun”, “Made Man” and “Something About The Cold.” Additionally, “Lost Angels” shows her at her  most vulnerable and vital. “Orange Skies” combines acoustic strumming with the voice note Leah recorded on her phone of a friend’s child who passed away. It’s inclusion extends Leah’s storied legacy. Rapper Young Thug took to Twitter yesterday to hint that new music is on the way. His latest effort, “Slim Language”, was released last month, and back  in January he scored his first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with his collaboration with Camila Cabello “Havana.” Young Thug will perform at J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival in Raleigh, NC on Sept. 15. Prior to making his acting debut in the film, White Boy Rich, starring Matthew McConaughey next week, IshDarr unveils the visual “Mucho Mango.” The Milwaukee native wanted to pay homage to Lil Troy with his alternate rendition. “Mucho Mango” was originally released in 2016 and appeared on the 22-year-old’s album “Four The Better”, where it became a standout track. Fans can catch Ishdarr when he hits the silver screen with his brother BoodahDarr.

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