Singer R. Kelly joined Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” to promote his 13th studio album “The Buffet”, due out next month. He performed the hits as well as newer material including “Ignition Remix” and “Bump And Grind”, along with “Backyard Party” and the promotional single “Marching Band”. For the latter, he added  a marching band themed flair by adding a tuba and snare, both played by the best dressed marching band members in recent memory. Singer Angie Stone earned her highest charting set since 2007 when her latest effort “Dream” debuted at No. 3 with 9,000 units sold in the week ending Nov. 12, according to Nielsen Music. It’s her best rank since her fourth studio effort, “The Art Of Love & War”, topped the chart for one week in 2007 (16,000 first week sales). “Dream’s” first single “2 Bad Habits”, dips two spots to number 22 on Adult R&B Songs due to an 8 percent decline in airplay on that format. Stone has landed a total of 17 tracks on that airplay chart, starting with “No More Rain (In This Cloud)”, which spent 10 weeks at No. 1 (peaking in 1999). Her only other No. 1 single came when “Baby”, featuring Betty Wright, topped the charts for one week. Rappers 50 Cent and Rick Ross may not be the best of friends, but their release dates are in sync. Both rappers have announced that they each will release mix tapes on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26. Aside from his conflict with Derek Jeter over allegations regarding his Frigo underwear line, 50 Cent will also be kept busy working on new tracks for “The Kanan Tape”, the follow up to his 2014 album “Animal Ambition”. Meanwhile, Ross has done the same. The Maybach Music mogul has completed remixes for Adele’s “Hello” and Drake and Future’s “Jumpman”. Ross will bundle those remixes for #RenzelRemixes”, also due out next week. His eighth studio album, “Black Market”, will be released Dec. 4.