Futurejust dropped the (NSFW) video for his DS2 track "Rich $ex," with a starring appearance from Blac Chyna. It's raunchy as fuck and in the replies. This is Future's 28th video this year, which no one cares about besides me.
Pusha T has shared a new track from his upcoming sophomore solo album King Push. It's called "Untouchable," which you can stream in the replies. Also, he was recently named president of GOOD Music, which is Kanye's own imprint and home to Big Sean and John Legend. Clearly this is a way to get Push some executive experience to get him on Kanye's 2020 candidacy.
Classixx have shared a new single called "Whatever I Want" featuring T-Pain with Apple Music, noting that they "heard the instrumental for 'Can't Believe It' and feeling kindred." That shared connection is extremely evident on the song which can be heard here.
Future has shared "Last Breath," his contribution to the soundtrack of the upcoming film Creed. The song flips Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" and was coproduced by Metro Boomin and Childish Gambino's go-to producer Ludwig Goransson.
Young Thug has been claiming he's going to release two mixtapes on Halloween: one is a collaborative effort with Migos titled MigosThuggin, and the other is Slime Season 2, a sequel to his just-released mixtape.
Ty Dolla $ign's debut album Free T.C. is out next month, and he recently shared the DJ Mustard produced banger "Saved" featuring E-40 as well as "Solid" featuring Babyface. Stream both in the replies, and get excited for what is shaping up to be one of the best R&B albums of the year.
Future is a busy guy: he just celebrated the one-year anniversary of his career-reigniting mixtape Monster yesterday, following hints earlier this week that a Monster 2 is forthcoming. He's also shared a video for Dirty Sprite 2 track "Stick Talk" and teased a video for "Rich $ex" that features Blac Chyna, whom he recently had to deny dating. For those keeping score at home, Monster 2 would be his fifth release this year, and "Stick Talk" is his 26th video; he's also currently got 7 songs in the Hot 100. Check out "Stick Talk" in the replies.
Rick Ross is prepping his new album Black Market for release sometime in December, and has taken it upon himself to share what we all knew we needed but no one had the courage to admit: a remix of Adele's "Hello" that you can listen to here. He also remixed Future's DS2 highlight "Stick Talk," which makes way more sense and can be heard in the replies.
Drake's "Hotline Bling" video debuted last week on Apple Music and seemed like it would push the single to be Drake's first ever solo #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (how crazy is it that he's never had one?), which he was very excited about. It turns out that Apple Music does not report video streams to the charts, and so the song remained at #2 behind The Weeknd's "The Hills." Even worse for Drake, Adele's new single "Hello" broke Vevo records upon it's debut and seems poised to debut at #1 off the strength of those views and strong digital sales. The last time Drake had a single this close to #1 was 2009; maybe it'll happen in 2021. (H/T Stereogum)
Drake has given his first extended interview since a 2014 Rolling Stone piece for the Fader's 100th print issue. The excellent piece covers everything from his upcoming album Views From The 6 (which is going to be made primarily with longtime producer 40), his beef with Meek Mill and ghostwriting allegations, charges of being an opportunist and more. Check it out here.
Drake and Future have dropped their collaborative mixtape What A Time To Be Alive. The eleven track project is available exclusively on iTunes and Apple Music for the next week before being made available elsewhere.
Update: Drake has shared what looks like the mixtape's cover on Instagram, and revealed the title to be What A Time To Be Alive, available on iTunes at 8 pm tomorrow following a special edition of his OVO Sound Radio featuring FreeBandz on Beats 1 at 6 pm.
Rumors have been flying for more than a week now about a potential collaborative mixtape between Drake and Future, and it appears that Drake confirmed the project exists last night and suggested it is coming Sunday at a performance in Atlanta.
Not only did Future perform at the Streamy's last night, he also shared a (NSFW) video for Dirty Sprite 2 bonus track "The Percocet & Stripper Joint." This is Future Hendrix's latest entry in a deluge of videos, marking his 25th visual for a song in the last 12 months, with more still to come. Watch the video in the replies.
Future performed "March Madness," LeBron's favorite song - and potentially the greatest song of all time (one man's opinion) - at last night's Streamy Awards, which is apparently an awards show for online video that we are now supposed to be watching. Check out the performance in the replies, which features video from protests in Ferguson and Baltimore, via Vulture.
Lil Dicky has premiered the video for his latest song "$ave Dat Money" featuring Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan, and its entire premise is filming an epic music video without the epic cost. Check it out in the replies.
Tip, (nee T.I., apparently) has taken to the radio this week to promote his new Da Nic EP. Today, he essentially laid out what everyone probably thinks is a long time coming: his relationship with the controversial Iggy Azalea is pretty much done. She's apparently still signed to his Grand Hustle imprint, but it's unclear exactly how long that will last now. Hopefully not very.
Young Thug has shared his new mixtape Slime Season. The most eye-catching thing in the mixtape's 18 tracks is the opener, "Take Kare," which features Lil Wayne. You might remember Thug being accused, alongside Birdman, of conspiring to murder Lil Wayne a few months ago. The song originally was released in November of 2014, before the beef started in earnest, but it's appearance here seems to indicate they may have buried the hatchet. Either way, you can download Slime Seasonhere.
Fetty Wap will release his highly anticipated self-titled debut LP Fetty Wap on September 25th via 300 Entertainment (you know, the same label as Coheed & Cambria). The album is now available for iTunes preorder with a confirmed tracklist. All of his released singles will appear, as well as a number of songs that had previously existed only on SoundCloud. Check out the 20-song deluxe edition tracklist in the replies and pre-order the record here.
Young Thug's debut studio album Hy!£UN35 (pronouned HiTunes) is supposedly dropping September 25th, but that release date seems increasingly unlikely as it approaches. Instead, he's shared a video for new track "Best Friend" from his also upcoming mixtape Slime Season, which the video's description notes is coming this month. Check it out in the replies.
Ty Dolla $ign, the songwriter behind massive hits like "Post To Be" and "Loyal," has struggled to get his debut album Free T.C. a firm release schedule, one of many major 2015 albums that have had similar issues. That seems to have changed though, with the album announced to be coming November 13th alongside a collaboration with Fetty Wap titled "When I See Ya." Additionally, he's shared the grainy video for the Future and Rae Sremmurd-featuring single "Blase," featuring footage from tour. Stream "When I See Ya" in the replies and check out the video here.
Tinashe is readying her sophomore album Joyride for release this fall, and has released a Young Thug collaboration from the album titled "Party Favors." Stream the Boi-1da produced track in the replies.
Playing a little bit of catch up here, but Future shares videos for so many tracks that it can be hard to keep up. Most recently, he's shared videos for the Drake-assisted "Where Ya At," which features some of the most inspirational dance moves of the year, "Blood On The Money," and even bonus track "Kno The Meaning." All three come from the incredible Dirty Sprite 2, and word has it that a video for "Rich $ex" is on it's way soon. In the meantime, check out the great videos in the replies.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have unleashed their new, 80s-inspired song on the world (featuring legends like Kool Moe Dee and Melle Mel). You can hear "Downtown" on Spotify, while the duo are also expected to perform the song on this weekend's MTV VMAs.
Twenty-five years ago I was a young man drinking too much and in over my head with no real structure in my life. However, none of this is an excuse for what I did. Iíve been married for 19 years and every day Iím working to be a better man for my family, seeking guidance along the way. Iím doing everything I can so I never resemble that man again. I apologize to the women Iíve hurt. I deeply regret what I did and know that it has forever impacted all of our lives.
Dee Barnes has written an essay for Gawker titled "Here's What's Missing From Straight Outta Compton: Me and the Other Women Dr. Dre Beat Up," detailing her experience being assaulted at the hands of Dr. Dre and her reaction to the new N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton, which ignores Dre's violence towards women entirely. One of the most disturbing pieces of information is that the Compton director F. Gary Gray was the cameraman filming the interview between Barnes and Ice Cube that led to her assault. I can not encourage you to read the entire piece here enough.
Dr. Dre has announced his first album in 16 years, titled Compton A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre. It's releasing through Aftermath/Interscope and available exclusively on Apple Music this Friday (Aug. 7th). The new album will feature Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg and others.
"The reason 'Detox' didn't come out was because I didn't like it," he said. "I don't think I did a good enough job, and I couldn't do that to my fans, and I couldn't do that to myself, to be perfectly honest with you. I just wasn't feeling it."
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03 Genocide [ft. Kendrick Lamar, Marsha Ambrosius & Candice Pillay]
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