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R&B Releases: Rihanna, Chanté Moore and Diana Ross in Stores June 17

Rihanna’s ‘Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded’ limited-edition CD/DVD, an upgrade to her recent chart-topping album, features three bonus tracks as well as behind-the-scenes footage with the Def Jam Superstar. The three new cuts are “Disturbia,” a cover version of Maroon 5’s “If I Never See Your Face Again” (which features Maroon 5) and “Take a Bow,” which recently topped Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart with a phenomenal first week of 266,696 scans. The CD also features all the songs that fans have come to love off the original “Good Girls Gone Bad,” including the mega-hit “Umbrella.” Chanté Moore’s first solo CD in nearly a decade ‘Love the Woman,’ released via Peak Records will definitely make some noise on the indie scene. Known for numerous hits over the past fifteen years including “Love’s Taken Over,” “It’s Alright,” and her top five smash “Chante’s Got A Man,” Chante Moore is in vintage form on her sultry first single, the passionate ballad “Ain’t Supposed To Be This Way.” Love The Woman, which she executive produced, reunites Chante Moore with her longtime musical mentor, revered producer George Duke (credits include Anita Baker, Dionne Warwick, Gladys Knight, and Take 6) who helped launch her career in the early 1990’s. Diana Ross’ 38-year-old second album “Everything is Everything” will hit the shelves after getting a welcomed upgrade, complete with bonus tracks and alternate versions of several songs. The disc contains the album’s original 11 tracks, plus a previously-unreleased cover of the Beatles’ “Something,” alternate versions of “Ain’t No Sad Song” and “Baby It’s Love,” and remixes of “Come Together” and “I’m Still Waiting.” Also included is a never-before-released cover of “What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?” from the film “The Happy Ending.”

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