Musiq still naming albums with one misspelled word

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By Quibian Salazar-Moreno

      The last we heard from Musiq was in 2003 when he dropped Soulstar, a solid album that was totally off the radar and immensely under promoted by Def Jam. Some fans still think that his last album was 2000’s Juslisen. But now Musiq returns with the “Soulchild” back to his name and a new album, Luvanmusic, which hits stores on March 13. Musiq has also joined a new label, Atlantic Records.

      "I’m excited to be an Atlantic recording artist for the simple fact that it’s a label of great tradition and legacy, which has been responsible for signing some of the greatest artists of all time – from Ray Charles, Led Zeppelin, and John Coltrane to Gerald Levert, T.I., and James Blunt,” Musiq said. “Just to be added to this great list of artists is enough in itself.  I look forward to working with the Atlantic team to continue the legacy."

      His first single, “Buddy”, is already creating a buzz on radio and he plans on touring behind the album’s release this spring.