After releasing several singles, singer/songwriter Jessie Reyez has released her sophomore EP, “Being Human In Public”,  via FMLY/Island. Over the past few months, Reyez released the singles “Apple Juice”, “Sola”, “Body Count Remix” “Fuck Being Friends”, “Dear Yessie”, “Imported”,  and “Saint Nobody”, which all spotlight intimate moments in her life. In addition to releasing a plethora of material, Reyez performed at several festivals, had a supporting role on Halsey’s US tour, and collaborated with such artists as Eminem and Daniel Caesar. She recently began the Fall season by embarking on a headlining North American tour titled “Being Human On Tour.” The 30-date trek has sold out Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Santa Ana, two shows in Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, Miami, Milwaukee, Chicago, Washington DC, New York, Boston, Montreal and Toronto. Due to popular demand, additional shows were added to the Los Angeles and Toronto dates, and shows in Houston, Detroit, Baltimore, London and Ontario have been upgraded to bigger venues. The tour will wrap up with two shows in Reyez’ hometown of Toronto on December 3 and December 4. Tickets are on sale now and a limited number of VIP Experience packages are still available in Montreal. The rest of the tour’s VIP Experience packages are sold out. Fans can visit for more information. Ten days ago, Ella Mai released her highly anticipated debut album. Now, the emerging singer/songwriter has announced a supporting tour. “The Debut” will begin on January 8 in Birmingham, UK and visit Manchester, London, Paris, Berlin, and Copenhagen before wrapping up on January 24 in Oslo, NO. After a three week break, the North American leg of the tour will begin on February 12 in Vancouver, and visit Sacramento, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Chicago, Toronto, Boston, Brooklyn and Atlanta before commencing on March 28th in San Antonio, TX. Tickets will go on sale this Friday via Ella Mai’s 15-track debut album features the singles “Boo’d Up” and “Trip.” It also features special guest appearances from Chris Brown, John Legend and H.E.R. Ella is currently on select dates of Bruno Mars’s “24K Magic World Tour”, which runs until November. Mariah Carey is coming to a city near you. The international superstar has announced the “Caution World Tour”, which will begin on February 27, 2019 in Dallas, TX. The 22-city North American trek will visit Houston, Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago, Toronto, New York, Washington, DC and Philadelphia before wrapping up on April 6 in Bethlehem, PA. Members of Carey’s fan club, Honey B. Fly, as well as Citi card members will have first access to tickets starting tomorrow at 10:00 am local time. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 26 via The tour announcement comes after Carey announced that her fifteenth studio effort, titled “Caution”, will be released on November 16. The project features the singles “GTFO”, “With You” and “The Distance.” It serves as the followup to 2014’s “Me: I am Mariah….The Elusive Chanteuse” and features contributions from Jermaine Dupri and Skrillex. Prior to the beginning of the tour, Carey can be seen in her Las Vegas residency “Butterfly Returns” at Caesar’s Palace Colosseum, which runs through Feb. 21. She also announced a series of shows, called “All I Want For Christmas” for Europe in December. Singer Jason Derulo receives help with his quest to say “Goodbye.” in his new visual. The crooner collaborates with David Guetta, Willy William, and Nicki Minaj on the video. In the colorful clip, directed by Derulo, David Strbik and Jeremy Strong, and features well-choreographed dance routines,  the crooner mulls over a lover before reuniting on stage at one of his European tour stops. Minaj supports Derulo by sporting several sexy, skin tight ensembles while delivering sensual bars. “Goodbye” will appear on Derulo’s forthcoming album, “2Sides”, and can also be found on David Guetta’s album “7”, which was released last month. Rapper Quavo recently revealed that Migos recorded a track with Kanye West that will appear on his forthcoming album “Yandhi.” The rapper didn’t reveal any other details and it’s unclear whether West will allow the world to hear the song that will appear on his upcoming album as well. Kanye West and Migos previously collaborated on the “Culture 2” track “BBO (Bad Bitches Only).” Quavo also appeared on the “Cruel Winter” single “Champions” in 2016. Quavo’s solo effort “Quavo Huncho.” is available now.