March 2013
Billboard;3/23/2013, Vol. 125 Issue 11, p35
Trade Publication
An interview is presented with the rhythm & blues (R&B) singer and songwriter Chaka Khan. Topics include the release of her album "The iKhan Project: Alive!" in July 2013, the digital music release of her single "It's Not Over," and her inspiration for the 100 Days of Chaka Khan campaign, which counts down to her album's release.


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