Judith Hill has been in the music industry for some time, however, some may have not noticed. Her resume includes a duet with Michael Jackson, appearing in the Oscar winning documentary “20 Feet From Stardom” (winning a Grammy in the process) and an appearance on “The Voice”. She has also opened for Josh Groban and John Legend. The 31-year-old singer/songwriter is just getting started. Today, she releases her debut album “Back In Time”. The Los Angeles native worked closely with mentor Prince on the album. “Back In Time” was the result of jam sessions between Prince and Hill at the music legend’s Paisley Park Studios in Minnesota. Her performance of “Cry, Cry, Cry” on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” is clear indication that Hill has created an album filled with emotion and soul. Singer The Weeknd has plead no contest to punching a Las Vegas police officer in January. The singer/songwriter entered his plea on Wednesday, according to TMZ, avoiding jail time as long as he complies with the judge’s orders. Per the judge’s ruling, The Weeknd, born Abel Tesfaye, will have to complete anger management, an alcohol evaluation and 50 hours of community service, which he will be allowed to do in Canada. He will also pay $1,000 to an injured police fund. Tesfaye was arrested in January on one count of misdemeanor battery of a protected person following an altercation at Las Vegas’s Cromwell Hotel. Ceelo  Green says he has grown personally and professionally and would like to return to “The Voice”. An original coach when the show first aired in 2011, Green left last year after facing charges of a felony drug case. He pleaded no contest to giving a woman ecstasy at a dinner and recently completed his sentenced community service. He remains on probation. While he hopes to return to television, Green says his priority is getting reacquainted with the music industry.