Nelly's not only a currant star of BET’s The ‘Real Husbands of Hollywood’, but he's back on the music scene with his seventh studio album M.O.

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M.O. will be Nelly's first studio album since 2010's 5.0.  The rappers new LP features tracks like ‘Rick James’, and ‘Get Like Me’ with featured artists Nicki Minaj and Pharrell.  The album boasts a few other celeb colabs including T.I., 2 Chainz, Future and more.

Nelly said of his new project and being in the rap biz,  “Any time you spend 14, 15 years in any career you should be thankful for that and I am, so we gonna try and keep it moving. It’s a big album for me.  I think it’ll bring back a vibe, an energy of bringing something new to the game. Kinda like when I first came out. I brought a sound that maybe wasn't in at the time. And I think that’s what we’re doing here with this.”

Get the goods on what's gonna be different about Nelly's new album below with Tha Wire.  In the meantime, check out his latest video.

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In other news, since we’re talking about new music, Chris Brown fans can expect his latest LP to hit stores just in time for the holiday season. Chris has three hit singles from the LP making their rounds on the charts,  “Fine China” “Don’t Think They Know” featuring the late Aaliyah and “Love More” featuring Nicki Minaj.  The album will also include features with Kendrick Lamar, Wiz Khalifa, B.o.B, Kelly Rowland, and Rihanna.

Here's a look at his currant videos

Listen to Tha Wire below details on Beezy's new album, including the release date and who worked with on the production side as well.  By the way speaking of his new album, Chris said in a recent interview with Billboard “I wanted to touch musically on Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Sam Cooke, and incorporate those influences with the new.”

I think it's safe to say, he did just that.

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Mary J. Blige has finally got some good news in the mist of her financial struggles.  TD Bank has reached a settlement with the Queen of Hip Hop/Soul’s charity FFAWN, which stands for Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now.   Mary J founded FFAWN in 2007, to inspire women from all walks of life to gain the confidence and skills they need to reach their individual potential.

Back tracking a taste, in 2012 Mary’s charity faced financial troubles when donation money was reported missing. After that things pretty much went downhill as the organization also failed to file federal tax returns and pay back a loan from TD Bank at the agreed deadline.

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