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Praise the D-O-Double-G! After announcing his gospel album Bible of Love, Snoop Dogg lets loose five new songs from the project.

“Words Are Few” comes with a light-filled video, which was shot inside of a church, where Da Doggfather kneels, prays, and sings about God with B Slade and a choir by his side. “Things ain’t what they seem,” he sings. “Feeling like I’m fooling me / I know God is calling me / I’m not where I’m supposed to be.”

The holy contemplations continue on “Blessing Me Again,” which features Rance Allen’s commanding vocals and Da Doggfather’s gratitude. “I got a whole lot that I can really thank Him for,” he sings. “When I was moving fast, He had to slow my roll / Out or in control, next episode.”

The album is curated by S-N-Double-O-P, but he isn’t featured on every track. Instead, he presents new material from a variety of performers, including Faith Evans and 3rd Generation (Bereal Family), who appear on “Saved.” Elsewhere, The Clark Sisters harmonize on “Blessed & Highly Favored,” and Tye Tribbett takes ’em to church on “You.”

Fans can expect plenty more from the 32-song project, which was inspired by a conversation Snoop had with Faith Evans. “Me, Faith Evans, we talked about it heavily,” he said at the time. “She feel like she wanna get down with me. All of the people that I know, from Charlie Wilson to Jeffrey Osborne, whoever I want to get down with. I’m gonna make it all the way right. It’s gonna feel good.”

Snoop Dogg Presents Bible of Love is due March 16.

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Malaco Music Group is sad to announce that the Queen of the Blues, Denise LaSalle has passed away. The renowned soul singer passed away late Monday night, January 8, 2018, following complications from a recent surgery.

The exact cause of death is still unknown but more will be reported as new details are released.

Denise LaSalle possessed an amazing energy and led a lengthy career that spanned several decades. She was a lively firecracker and had a joyful spirit with very few inhibitions of being her real self. On stage she was a dynamic performer that captivated the audience with her electrifying and sensual lyrics.

Some may consider her as a pioneer for female performers holding their ground in a male-dominated genre. She came into the Blues and took control, she was unafraid to tackle any topics and she was even less afraid to tackle the issues that many women dealt with from the men in their lives. Her songs hit home for many and helped to build a connection with her fanbase.

She became a part of the Malaco Records family in the early 1980’s. She signed on as both a singer and a songwriter. In addition to her singing, she was also very skilled with penning songs for other artists and herself including her #1 Single “Trapped By A Thing Called Love”.

Her first two albums for Malaco, Lady in the Street (1983) and Right Place, Right Time (1984), were both major successes and saw her hot streak continue in the industry. She also reached #6 on the UK singles chart with her cover of “My Toot Toot”, originally performed by Rockin’ Sidney.

She has performed at Blues festivals on stages on stages across the world. In 2011, She was inducted into the Blues Hall Of Fame and in 2015, she was inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall Of Fame. She was also nominated for a Blues Music Award twice.

The music world is sad to lose the presence and spirit of this great talent. Please join us in remembering her legacy.

Funerals arrangements have not yet been determined but we will provide the details as soon as they become available.



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Allure Sunday's Hosted By K. Michelle

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K. Michelle last year announced that she would be getting rid of her butt implants. On Instagram the singer dropped a video of her twerking Betsy accompanied by Boyz II Men’s “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday” playing in the background. According to BET, this video montage is showing some of her best moments, but she is ready for her surgery.

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She wrote on the post, “Good Betsy! It’s been 2much of you stealing my shine😛It’s time to allow my new booty to be set free. I had so much fun Betsy! You were the apple of the eye of several nfl, nba, and rappers. They loved that ass! But I am proud to say you were not thotful you were lady like! I will miss you and how my jeans fit. But I won’t miss hopping into my jeans every morning. I won’t miss my weight being so up and down that when I’m smaller you have me looking like a chicken drum stick. My ASS is already pregnant how could i ever handle carrying twins also with all that weight my legs would give out. I’ll miss you Betsy but you also caused me inflammation through out my body. No amount of beauty is worth your health! So everything has to be returned to its natural state! Jan I’ll really be Kimberly again.”

In a recent interview on “The Real,” K. Michelle spoke out about how the booty has hurt her health. She is ready for it to be smaller and live her life. We wish K. Michelle a great recovery and can’t wait to see her during the year.

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Janet Jackson is finally back on tour, and fans — including Tyler Perry — are reaping the benefits of some serious post breakup hotness.

Janet resumed her State of the World tour Thursday night in Lafayette, Louisiana — but you’d never guess she’d given birth earlier this year. JJ wore some tight tops and flaunted her bod way more than she did before postponing her tour last year.

Of course, a lot’s changed since then. Besides having baby Eissa, she’s divorcing Wissam Al Mana.

His loss is the fans’ gain. Her longtime friend Tyler was in the audience … dancing and singing along.

Welcome back, Miss Jackson!  Yeah, ’cause we’re nasty.

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Stokley Williams ran down Mint Condition’s successful discography during an interview with VladTV, and he revealed that the first album was actually the demo that a lot of labels turned down. He went on to explain that “Breakin’ My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes)” was one of their biggest hits, but all the labels kept telling them that they didn’t have one hit on the demo.

Moving along, Stokley spoke about touring with Janet Jackson and Toni Braxton, along with putting out their hit song “What Kind of Man Would I Be,” which stirred up a lot of conversation about infidelity. To hear more of what Stokley had to say, including how their fourth album didn’t do as well as the group wanted, hit the above clip.

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