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Unreleased Prince Material Will Be Available In The Coming Months

 A 'Greatest Hits' album will be released Nov. 22, and a deluxe version of 'Purple Rain' will drop in 2017.

Fans of the late-great Prince are in for a few treats within the next few months. A greatest hits album named Prince 4Ever will be released on Nov. 22, and his legendary body of work Purple Rain will be reissued as a deluxe version in 2017.  Prince 4Ever comes completes with 40 of his biggest tracks include "U Got The Look," "1999" and "Diamonds and Pearls."

Both albums will come equipped with unreleased material, such as "Moonbeam Levels," a 1982-recorded track that will appear on Prince 4Ever.

"While the contents of the deluxe edition have not been announced, the set promises to include "a second album of previously unreleased material,"" reports Rolling Stone. "Given the wealth of unreleased (but bootlegged) material from the Purple Rain sessions, that could mean live material from the album's tour, never-released cuts from the era like "Electric Intercourse" and "All Day, All Night" and the unabridged renditions of Purple Rain tracks like "Computer Blue," which originally clocked in at 14 minutes."

Check out the track list for Prince 4Ever below.

1. "1999" 2. "Little Red Corvette"
3. "When Doves Cry"
4. "Let's Go Crazy"
5. "Raspberry Beret"
6. "I Wanna Be Your Lover"
7. "Soft and Wet"
8. "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad"
9. "Uptown"
10. "When You Were Mine"
11. "Head"
12. "Gotta Stop (Messin' About)"
13. "Controversy"
14. "Let's Work"
15. "Delirious"
16. "I Would Die 4 U"
17. "Take Me With U"
18. "Paisley Park"
19. "Pop Life"
20. "Purple Rain"
21. "Kiss"
22. "Sign 'O' The Times"
23. "Alphabet Street"
24. "Batdance"
25. "Thieves In The Temple"
26. "Cream"
27. "Mountains"
28. "Girls & Boys"
29. "If I Was Your Girlfriend"
30. "U Got The Look"
31. "I Could Never Take The Place of Your Man"
32. "Glam Slam"
33. "Moonbeam Levels"
34. "Diamonds and Pearls"
35. "Gett Off"
36. "Sexy MF"
37. "My Name Is Prince"
38. "7"
39. "Peach"
40. "Nothing Compares 2 U"

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R. Kelly And Sony Music Agree To Part Ways Amidst Sexual Misconduct Allegations

R. Kelly and Sony Music have reportedly agreed to part ways amidst a slew of sexual misconduct allegations, according to Billboard. This comes a few weeks after the airing of the explosive documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which chronicled the musician's highly-discussed history involving teenage girls and women.

A source reveals to the publication, "Kelly had been signed to Jive since the beginning of his career in the early 1990s, and when Jive became part of Sony BMG, he became part of the Sony umbrella. He has been under contract at RCA, a Sony subsidiary, since 2012." Protests calling for Sony to drop the Pied Piper of R&B took place outside of the company's Manhattan offices on Wednesday (Jan. 16).

After the debut of the six-part docuseries, which aired over a span of three days in early-January, several former collaborators of Kelly, including Chance The Rapper, Celine Dion and Lady Gaga, have removed their songs featuring the singer-songwriter from streaming services. Kelly is reportedly under criminal investigation in both Georgia and Illinois and is said to be a direct result of allegations made in the Lifetime documentary.

"Allegations against Kelly have been around for over a decade, and he was acquitted on child pornography charges in 2008," Billboard continues. "But they have resurfaced repeatedly in recent years, with the latest arriving this month. Kelly has repeatedly denied all allegations of misconduct."

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Leikeli47 Drops Video For 'Tic Boom,' Announces North American Tour

Leikeli47's 2019 is off to a great start. The VIBE NEXT star announced her upcoming tour to support her recently-released album Acrylic on Friday (Jan. 18), and subsequently dropped the music video for her song, "Tic Boom."

The neutrally-colored video featured simple-yet-eye catching choreography with dancers in trench coats and fedoras. In a statement, the masked marvel says that there is a deeper meaning behind the track, which was featured on Grown-ish.

"These young women are in a face off with their inner fears; that's why it sometimes may look like they're engaging in a face off with themselves," the Brooklyn-bred musician says of the song. "It's about facing whatever your Goliath is and chopping its head off. That's what 'Tic Boom' is about. It's about owning your moment, mastery, and doing it afraid if you have to."

As for the Acrylic Tour, it will begin on March 19 in Kansas City, MO, and concludes on Apr. 26 in San Diego, Calif. Check out the full list of dates below and cop your tickets today.

3/19/19 - Kansas City, MO - Encore @ Uptown 3/20/19 - St. Louis, MO - Fubar 3/21/19 - St. Paul, MN - Amsterdam 3/22/19 - Chicago, IL - Sub T 3/24/19 - Detorit, MI - Shelter 3/25/19 - Toronto, ON - Velvet 3/26/19 - Montreal, QC - Belmont 3/27/19 - Philadelphia, PA - The Foundry @ The Fillmore 3/28/19 - Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere 3/30/19 - Washington, DC - Milky 4/01/19 - Boston, MA - The Sinclair 4/03/19 - Pittsburgh, PA - Spirit Lodge 4/04/19 - Atlanta, GA - Loft 4/06/19 - Scottsdale, AZ - Pub Rock 4/09/19 - Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall 4/10/19 - Dallas, TX - Dada 4/11/19 - Austin, TX - Empire Control Room 4/14/19 - Santa Cruz, CA - Atrium @ The Catalyst 4/15/19 - Sacramento, CA - Harlow's 4/16/19 - Oakland, CA - The New Parish 4/18/19 - Portland, OR - Holocene 4/19/19 - Vancouver, B.C. - Fortune Soundclub 4/21/19 - Seattle, WA - The Crocodile 4/24/19 - Los Angeles, CA - The Roxy 4/25/19 - Santa Ana, CA - Constellation Room @ The Observatory 4/26/19 - San Diego, CA - Irenic

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Future Says Russell Wilson Needs To Be 'A Man,' Does Whatever Ciara Tells Him To Do

Future is not holding back in a new interview featured on FREEBANDZ Radio via Apple Music. The "Crushed Up" rapper discussed his new album The WIZRD with host Big Bank Black, and things got tense when he was queried about the mother of his son, Ciara, and her relationship with her husband, Russell Wilson.

“[Wilson] do exactly what she tell him to do!" Fewtch said in reference to the NFL player. "I feel like he not being a man in that position. He not tellin’ her, 'Chill out with that on the Internet. Don’t even talk to him [Future]. I’m your husband! You better not even bring Future’s name up!’"

He continues by saying that if he was still with Ciara, bringing up an ex's name in conversation wouldn't even be part of a conversation.

"If that was me, she couldn’t even bring his name up,” he continued. “She know that. She couldn’t even bring her ex's names up. I don’t care what they gave you... Don’t bring their names up in an interview! No! Don’t give that sh*t no energy. It’s about me, whatever, I’m taking care of everything, I'm a thousand percent. I live by a different kind of rules.”

"You know I'm taking care of my kids, what's the real issue?" he continues. "Y'all get married, and [Ciara] was like "I want you to meet Russell now," man, y'all already done did all the damage." However, he did give Wilson his props for helping his son learn how to play sports, and he doesn't look at that negatively.

Future and Ciara have not had an amicable split. They have gone back-and-forth with their words on social media and attempted to settle a custody battle for the four-year-old son, Future.

Listen to his comments below.

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