2:46: K. Michelle's low first week sales
7:44: What will her legacy be like in 10 years?
12:35: Chris Brown just dropped another 12 songs
17:50: What if an artist just released songs from their vault and presented it as a new album?
25:10: Jennifer Hudson releases new single "Burden Down"
26:25: R&B Hall Of Fame nominations: Jennifer Hudson
30:35: The challenges of 2000's artists and touring
34:00: Recent lawsuit against Chante Moore
37:20: Songs of the year
41:55: Pay attention to Tone Stith
49:40: Mariah Carey is back on the Billboard charts
51:46: Food discussion
Christmas is just around the corner and we couldn't leave you without one more podcast episode before the holidays started. We start off the podcast talking about K. Michelle's low first week sales. She's been on the highest selling R&B artists over the last 5 years, so it's definitely concerning to see her numbers. We discuss whether she has enough hits to ride out as a legacy artist if she's done as a mainstream artist. We also discuss Chris Brown's discussion to drop another 12 songs to add onto his already released 45. We bring up an idea to increase album sames which is to just release unreleased music from an artists prime. We also talk about Jennifer Hudson's legacy as both an artist and a celebrity. We also touch on some of our favorite songs of the year by various artists including Tone Stith who we predict will have a great year in 2018. See you all next year!