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Monica reveals new single title and Janet Jackson said to have signed to Atlantic Records

Monica has revealed that her new single "Just Right For Me" will be released soon. The single was produced by Polow Da Don(worked with Ciara). It will likely appear on Monica's new album "Code Red" which currently doesn't have a release date. Monica has been teasing the album's title for awhile now complete with her new red do hence the album's title. Recently Monica released the street track "Do What You Like", which honestly I didn't really give a listen to. Honestly Monica's new album needs to be something in the vein of "Still Standing", her last successful album. While I wasn't the biggest fan of that album, I feel like that's the type of album she should make. What do you think? Are you looking forward to new music from Monica? And how could I forget to report that there is news that Janet Jackson has signed to Atlantic Records and will be releasing a new album in July! It was according to a paper that was released complete with upcoming album releases from artists on Atlantic Records and Jan was one of them. My question is how true could it be? In the past papers have been leaked out with purported information album an album's upcoming release for it to be completely false. Or once they found out of the leak, they went and changed things up. What do you think? Do you think Janet is signed to Atlantic Records and are you looking forward to new music from her?
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