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Ciara signs to Warner Bros. Records and Keyshia Cole releases new single

  • Ciara has signed to Warner Bros. Records. The pregnant singer just shared the news via her social media. Ciara was formerly signed to Epic Records. One thing about Ciara she definitely can keep a record deal despite her her last four albums flopping. However she does manage to score one hit single per album so I'm surprised Epic didn't keep her on their roster for that reason alone. But good luck to Ciara. She's going to need it! 
  • Keyshia Cole just released her new single, "You" featuring Remy Ma and French Montana. Upon first listen, I was underwhelmed by the song. I haven't heard the song in full but it sounds like every other Keyshia Cole song in the past year or so. I was expecting something along the lines of "Enough Of No Love". Now that was the kind of comeback single she needed at that time and she needs something a little more hard hitting. Then again like I said I haven't heard the whole song. Interestingly enough Keyshia Cole is now signed to Epic Records so I see they replaced one flop singer with another. Haha! (just kidding!)
  • Missy Elliott dropped the video to her new single, "I'm Better" featuring Lamb. The video had Missy trending on Twitter in the wee hours of the night. The song is currently available on iTunes and a documentary is said to follow about Missy but still no news on a new album.
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