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Sisqo Return of The Dragon
Destiny's Child Survivor
Sisqo is back, ladies and gentlemen! That's right, the world's most famous thong lover returns with his new album, entitled Return of Dragon. Guests like old friends Dru Hill, the Associates, and the Dragon Family help bring the serious dance-floor R&B goods fans expect after the smash success of Unleash the Dragon.
Things have been going pretty well for Destiny's Child since they released Writing's on the Wall back in 1999. Two years, countless tour dates, and many awards later, the R&B trio from Houston that conquered the world drops their next album, Survivor. As the title suggests, the group is here for the long haul. When you're battling a legend like Janet Jackson for the top of the charts like these ladies are, there's little doubt that you're for real.

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Janet Jackson All for you
Over the past year Janet Jackson has been in the news a lot, but not always for her music. Lately, though, the story has been the music, and that's the way we like it. Her new album, All For You, drops on April 24th and the album's first single, its title track, has already hit the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B/Hip Hop Singles charts. Janet primarily recorded All For You with long-time producers Terry Riley and Jimmy Jam, but also pulled in Jay-Z and Method Man producer Rockwilder, as well as the Neptunes (Ol' Dirty Bastard, Kelis) on a few tracks. Overall, the album's upbeat vibe reflects Janet's newfound optimism. (That's not to say she's put aside the sensual sounds that characterized some of her last albums, though. Word has it there are plenty of steamy slow jams on the new record.) As she told CDNOW's allstar news in January, "I enjoy performing, I enjoy writing. I love what I do." All For You, as its title implies, gives her fans a chance to share in Miss Janet's joy.

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