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North Philadelphia, PA R&B artist and Interscope Records signee Brianna Cash steps into the spotlight with her brand new single, “Numb”, featuring Tory Lanez. The track blends R&B, soul, and hip hop, as the collaborators deliver their painful viewpoints on a failing relationship.  27-year-old Cash was discovered by producer Andrew “Pop” Wansel. Cash and Lanez previously collaborated on his single “Question Is.” Cash brings an uncompromising honesty to her work. Fans will enjoy “Numb.” Toronto-based songstress Staasia Daniels returns with her new album, “Unheard Volumes.” The project finds the singer being vulnerable and emotional as she stimulates hearts and minds with her sultry vocals and thought-provoking lyrics. Daniels’ honesty is raw and refreshing, summing up many of our feelings without the false pretenses that we often put up: for others, and ourselves. Just pure emotion and energy, from listener’s ears to their hearts as only Daniels can. Singer/songwriter J. Brown unveils his latest single, “Moon.” Co-written by Brown and Steve James and  produced by G.C, the track is taken from Brown’s forthcoming debut EP, “Forever Yours”, slated for release on January 24 via MoCha Entertainment. In addition to the new EP, Brown will also be a special guest on the Ellevation Tour, with singer Elle Varner. Jac Ross, recent signee to producer Rodney Jerkins’ Darkchild Records, unveils the powerful, inspirational anthem “It’s Ok To Be Black” to celebrate perseverance and struggle. The record is a thought-provoking open letter inspired by the stories of those who are disenfranchised; low on hope and high on disappointment. Through his delivery, Jack calls out various prejudices, giving listeners a reason to smile. Produced, managed and signed by Darkchild Records, Ross began creating a buzz with his live shows and his ability to connect with listeners through his songs. His exploratory and socially progressive music garnered him attention. Ross was hand picked by TV One Founder and Chairperson Cathy Huges to open the Urban Honors television special, an event honoring black music icons, such as Missy Elliott, Jamie Foxx, Chance the Rapper, Brandy, Anita Baker and others.