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Faith Evans To Release New Single, Alicia Keys Hooks Up With Pharrell

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Greetings on this beautiful Sunday. The lovely Faith Evans will be bringing us new music to our ears very soon. The singer has enlisted Missy Elliott for her new single I Deserve It along with Missy's artist Sharaya J.(Who?). The new single was produced by longtime collaborator Chucky Thompson(worked with Mary J.) Faith's new album Incomparable is due later this year. I'm just hoping that Faith really brings it this time. Her last two albums sucked monkey balls and I'm a Faith Evans fan. With a title like 'Incomparable' she better deliver! If that's not enough to look forward to, check out Ms.Alicia Keys! She is joining forces with Pharrell(who is also working on Alicia Keys' new album) alongside Kendrick Lamar for a collaboration for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack. The track titled, It's On Again will appear on the soundtrack due on April 22 while the film arrives in theaters on May 2. While we await that collaboration, someone else is waiting around for their 'tracks' to be finished, that's according to Aretha Franklin. The outspoken legend says she is 'waiting' on Babyface to 'finish' the 'tracks' that he is producing for her. She also went on to say that Andre 3000 will lend his support to Aretha's new project. Hmm...sounds interesting. We won't however have to wait much longer for the arrival of Ciara & Future's new baby. Word is the singer is having a baby boy. Over the weekend Ciara celebrated with friends at her baby shower. Those in attendance included LaLa Anthony and Kim K., right on the heels of her recent Vogue cover release which has conjured up a mountain of controversy. Certainly controversy is nothing new to the reality TV star turned entrepreneur. Punch Kim!  
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