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Singer/rapper Tory Lanez adds some separation to his rap battle with Joyner Lucas with the release of the highly anticipated remix of the single “Talk To Me”, featuring Lil Wayne, Rich The Kid and DJ Stevie J. “Talk To Me”, which features Rich The Kid on the original version, is taken from Lanez’ latest album, “Love Me Now”, which was recently certified gold. Wayne adds plenty of flare to the remix by delivering catchy rhymes about giving his lady that bag to spend while singing her praises. Outside of rap battles and remixes, Lanez is also preparing his first Spanish language album, due out next year. Australian singer/songwriter Arlene Zelina has just released the emotionally charged new single “Dream Of Me”, produced by Adrian Alvarado, and inspired by conversations with her best friends. Zelina rose to prominence following the release of several You Tube covers. Her cover of Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger” has earned 14 million views, and that number is still growing. She has over 230,000 followers across all of her social  media platforms  and has attracted the attention such international celebrities as Ryan Seacrest, Jason Derulo and Ellen DeGeneres. Additionally, she was featured on EllenTube.com, RyanSeacrest.com and was also a spotlight artist on Youtube.com. Arlene was previously signed to Future  History, Jason Derulo’s label. She has worked with producers and musicians who have worked with Selena Gomez, John  Legend, Mary J. Blige and Fifth Harmony among others. Legendary dancehall artist Shaggy returns to the airwaves with the single, “Use Me” via 300 Entertainment and Brooklyn Knights Entertainment. While the track will  make listeners fill like they should be on an island kicking up sand, the lyrics highlight Shaggy’s desire to be present for his lady physically and emotionally, making it clear that anything less is pointless to him and their relationship. Shaggy’s delivery matches the production perfectly and proves why he’s one of the most influential figures in dancehall. “Use Me” follows Shaggy’s single “Why”, a duet with Massari, and serves as the first single from singer’s forthcoming album. The project will follow his collaborative album with Sting “44/876”, which has been certified gold.

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