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Ashanti To Work On 2Pac Biopic, Brandy on 'The Soul Man'

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Hey y'all! This is a pretty lengthy post so bare with me. With that being said I promise its definitely worth reading. I'll start things off with one of my favorite R&B sirens Miss Ashanti. The singer is keeping herself busy as she celebrates the success of her new album BraveHeart. The singer will appear on The Queen Latifah Show on April 9 and on Good Morning America on April 18. She will perform the National Anthem on April 12 at the WBO(World Boxing Organization). If that's not enough she is currently working on music for the new 2 Pac biopic due in 2015. There is also talk about a second single which if Ashanti is smart will be Early In The Morning featuring French Montana. The song has topped the R&B iTunes chart top 10 upon its release outperforming her current single I Got It. If that's not enough of an indication of what your next single should be I'm not sure what else is. But something I do know for sure is that Brandy will appear on the new season of TVLand's The Soul Man. Bran will play a former backup dancer who is hiding a big secret. Sound familiar? The show airs on March 26 on TV Land though I'm not sure if that's the episode Bran will appear on or if its an upcoming one. Either way be on the lookout though. Also be on the look out for Mrs. Keyshia Cole! The singer is back and she is dropping some serious heat! The singer recently previewed a new song Boss Ass Bitch. The singer has been in the studio with everyone from Irv Gotti to Iggy Azalea to Wale to Future. A new single is said to arrive next week. As for the upcoming new album from Keyshia, expect some club records, some sexy records and of course her timed ole "male bashing" songs. Are you all looking forward to the new Keyshia Cole album? Speaking of new albums, another new album to look forward to is one from Elle Varner. We all know Elle Varner from her hit song Refill. Now the singer is back with a new album titled 4 Letter Word. The album's first track Cold Case was leaked out last week and its official single will soon follow. As for the release of the new album, look for it this Summer. Looks like we'll be getting a hell of a lot of R&B music this year and I'm not complaining.
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