-- Unreleased material and a special live version of the 1991 RB&B hit "Same Song" featuring then-member Tupac Shakur comprise the forthcoming Digital Underground release, "The Greenlight EP." Coming May 18 from indie label Jake Records, the set marks the group's last official release following the 2008 studio album "Cuz A d.u. Party Don't Stop." IRIS Distribution is handling the EP's digital distribution; Burnside Distribution is overseeing domestic and international physical distribution.

-- Singer/songwriter Dwele -- the face and voice behind the launch of McDonald's McCafe product line -- will release his fourth studio album, "W.ants. W.orld. W.omen (W.W.W.)," on June 29 (RT Music Group/E1 Music). Guests include David Banner, Raheem DeVaughn, Slum Village and Monica Blair. The lead single is "What's Not to Love."

-- Anita Baker has begun recording her next album in Nashville. Due later this year, the yet-untitled Blue Note Records project will include Baker and Snoop Dogg's collaboration on Curtis Mayfield's "Give You My Love." Baker is also producing the album with George Duke, Nathan East and Daniel Moore.