Singer Akon is ready to make a comeback. During an interview with the Associated Press, he revealed that he intends to release his first studio album in seven years through a new app. The app is called Stadium, which will allow fans to stream his songs free. The catch is they’ll have to deal with ads. If they click on them or share them with Facebook friends users will earn credits. The credits can be used to buy ringtones, wallpapers and Akon-styled emoji. Admirers can also unlock more songs and unreleased videos. Akon’s first four albums for Stadium will cover different genres: world, house, urban and reggae. The Associated Press reported that his next album will be released before March 2016. It hasn’t been confirmed whether it will be through standard digital and physical releases on Atlantic Records. Akon wants to make his music available for streaming legally. By going the independent route, he intends to serve his 60 million followers on social media. According to Akon, 200,000 people have registered for the Stadium app. It’s set to be released in a few weeks. Rapper Rick Ross has just completed a remix for singer Adele’s “Hello”. The Maybach Music Group bawse not only inserts his signature flow on the track, he also drops a somber 16 bars about the highs and lows of fame. Adele, meanwhile, has been ruling the Internet since the release of the sepia-colored visual for her comeback single, which has earned more You Tube views than “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”. That’s 50 million views within the first 48 hours of it’s release, according to You Tube. Former President George W. Bush and rapper Kanye West haven’t had a wonderful relationship, primarily due to West calling Bush out during a Hurricane Katrina telethon a few years ago. Bush would later call the incident “one of the most disgusting moments of my presidency.” Hilary Clinton has stated that she’ll get behind him if she decides not to run for reelection. Donald Trump stated he hopes to run against him someday. However, during his retirement, the younger Bush doesn’t have to be as diplomatic. When website TMZ asked him about West’s presidential bid, he just laughed.