Desiigner made headlines earlier this week, when his smash-hit “Panda” landed No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts, dethroning Rihanna’s “Work.” Riding off that high, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper hailing from Brooklyn made an appearance on Tim Westwood’s Capital XTRA show. Acapella and off the top, watch as Desiigner’s drops a freestyle for the U.K. airwaves below.
The wait is over! Drake’s highly-anticipated fourth solo LP VIEWS has arrived. The follow-up to 2013’s Nothing Was The Same consists of 20 tracks, including the singles “One Dance,” “Pop Style,” and the smash-hit “Hotline Bling.”
Rihanna, Future, PARTYNEXTDOOR, WizKid, dvsn, and the late Pimp C make guest appearances on the album, as Kanye West, Boi-1da, Noah “40” Shebib, Metro Boomin, Southside, Cardo, and Nineteen85 lead an all-star cast of producers.
Premiered exclusively on Apple Music’s Beats 1 during an interview with Zane Lowe, get Drizzy’s new full-length LP below.
They delivered the chart-topping smash-hit “We Found Love” in 2011, now Calvin Harris and Rihanna are back at it again. The Scottish DJ-producer and pop superstar team up on their brand new collab, “This Is What You Came For.” “Baby, this is what you came for,” sings RiRi on the catchy dance anthem. “Lighting strikes every time she moves, and everybody’s watching her…But she’s looking at you.”
Out now on iTunes, the track comes a week after Harris brought out Rihanna to perform “We Found Love” at Coachella 2016. The Talk That Talk single spent 10 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts five years ago.
Currently there’s no additional details as to where Calvin’s new single will end up. The 32-year-old, who is dating Taylor Swift, is working on the follow-up to 2014’s Motion LP. Listen to “This Is What You Came For” below.
New Music: Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna – “This Is What You Came For”
Chris Brown has recently treated fans to various remixes of his Royalty single “Back to Sleep,” and introduced his OBH crew on “Shut Down.”
Breezy continues to push last year’s No. 1 album, dropping off an official remix to the song “Wrist.” Originally featuring Solo Lucci, the new version is an all-Atlanta anthem, as Young Thug and Jeezy make guest appearances.
Beyoncé took her artistry to new heights on Saturday night (Apr. 23) with the television premiere of her new visual album LEMONADE on HBO. The one-hour special turned out to be Queen Bey’s most personal and emotional project to date, bringing viewers and listeners into the heart, mind, and soul of the superstar entertainer.
Captivating visuals that served as music videos, with vignettes and spoken-word pieces in between made up the 50-minute film directed by Beyoncé, Melina Matsoukas, Mark Romanek, Khalil Joseph, Jonas Akerlund, Dikayl Rimmasch, and Todd Tourso.
The anticipation is high as Drake’s Views From the 6 album drops this Friday exclusively on Apple Music. While details surrounding Drizzy’s fourth solo LP are scarce, information is slowly beginning to leak out as the release date of April 29 nears. On Sunday afternoon (Apr. 24), Future sent out a few cryptic tweets in relation to Freebandz-OVO alliance, and now it appears the reason behind the brief comments are an upcoming tour.
Drake and Future, recent GQ cover stars, are set to embark on the “Summer Sixteen” tour in a few months. Currently on Live Nation, there’s one tour date listed on August 16 at Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena. Tickets for that show are set to go on-sale on Friday, April 29, the same day Views From the 6 releases.
This will be Drake and Future’s third tour together, following 2013’s “Would You Like A Tour?” and 2015’s “Jungle” tour.
The countdown is on for Drake’s highly-anticipated Views From The 6 album. The Canadian rapper’s fourth solo LP, a follow-up to 2013’s Nothing Was the Same, drops exclusively on Apple Music and iTunes in 5 days this Friday at midnight. After making a surprise appearance at his VIEWS pop-up shop in Toronto, Drizzy unveils the official album cover.
Anderson .Paak already wowed crowds during Coachella’s first weekend, thanks in part to a surprise appearance from T.I., but he took things up a notch for his closing set at the Cali festival last night. After running through cuts off Malibu and Venice, the Oxnard, CA native brought out Dr. Dre — the man who made all of this possible for .Paak — to perform “The Next Episode,” “California Love” and “Still D.R.E.” (while rocking a Prince tee, no less). As if that wasn’t enough, fellow Aftermath rep Kendrick Lamar later hit the stage to treat the crowd to “Backseat Freestyle.”