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Ariana Grande pulls at the heartstrings on her new single “Imagine.” On the track, produced by Pop Wansel and Happy Perez, the pop superstar delivers intoxicating vocals about a day with her significant other, which includes eating pad thai and sleeping until noon. “Imagine” follows Grande’s smash single “Thank You, Next”, which currently sits at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. She’s also preparing the album “Thank You, Next”, the follow up to “Sweetner.” Grande has certainly added her name to the conversation regarding R&B. In the wake of the national debate regarding who the King of R&B is, Eric Bellinger releases the single titled simply, “King.” On the hard-hitting mid-tempo number, Bellinger explains why he believes his name should be added to the conversation. Bellinger recently took to Instagram to respond to the rhetoric about who is the king of R&B. Music fans weighed in as Jaquees, Tank, J Holiday, Diddy, A1 Bentley and others shared their thoughts. Following the singles “You Give”, “Link Up” and “You Got It”, independent R&B singer Coline Creuzot returns to the spotlight with the music video “Dead End.” In the clip, Coline and her band set up shop on a rooftop; backed by a blue Los Angeles skyline and surrounding buildings, she delivers powerful vocals. “Dead End” was written by Coline and Troy “RBdio” Johnson. Pop/R&B icon Janet Jackson is among the artists who will be inducted into the Rock  And Roll Hall Of Fame next year. The prestigious selection will see Jackson join her brothers Michael, Marlon, Jackie, Tito and Jermaine, who were inducted in 1997 as The Jackson 5. Michael Jackson was inducted as a solo artist in 2001. Other inductees include Stevie Nicks, who was inducted as a member of Fleetwood Mac in 1998, The Radio head, Def Leppard, The Cure, Roxie Music and The Zombies. The ceremony will take place in March at The Barclays Center. It’s been a busy week for rapper Kodak Black. After making headlines after walking out on Ebro In The Morning and his Hot 97 interview, he releases his latest studio effort, “Dying To Live.” The project features special guest appearances by Travis Scott and Offset, who appear on the single “ZeZe.” Fellow Florida native Lil Pumps appears on “Gnarly.” He also teams up with Juice WRLD on “Moshpit.” “Dying To Live” is solid from start to finish.

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