This track is reportedly one that didn’t make Channel Orange, so nothing completely new. Great track regardless, with the guitar driven background setting the moon as Frank swoons over a higher power watching over him. Check it out below and let us know what you think.
Ever since catching him with Trey Songz on the OOVOO Chapter 5 World Tour, I can’t get enough of Miguel. His Grammy performance only strengthened my belief that this guy is destined to be the future of r&b. He released the video to “Candles in the Sun” today. A bit different than his hit “Adorn,” the song steps away from “love song” and is a more introspective piece looking at the world at large. Here’s what he had to say about it… “It’s so easy to ignore what’s right in front of us sometimes… I wanted to create a song and visual that addressed my everyday concerns of life as I know it in the world that we live in.”
First Danny Brown now Soulja Boy. Yes. This did actually happen. And while it may be pretty weird… the song sounds pretty…. good? We’re going with that for now. Take a listen below and let us know what you think.
Music’s Super Bowl was last night, and the stars were out in full force. Thanks to a zero-tolerance policy for lip-syncing, all performances were required to be live, helping us decide who really has it. We took to Twitter to review this years Grammy awards. Take a look below, and let us know your thoughts from last night!
Katy Perry says “What Memo?” Ellen Degeneres says “Damnnnnnnnnn!”
Following his performance with Hov at the Grammys, JT released the second single off his upcoming 20/20 Experience album, “Mirrors.” Check it out below, and if you missed the “Suit & Tie/Pusher Love Girl” Grammy performance, hit the jump to watch it in full. If there were any remaining questions if Justin Timberlake still had it… well, they’ve been answered. Enjoy!
I’ve been wanting to do this for months and I finally found the time to scientifically break down every single aspect of Mr. Kanye West’s music. Actually, after hearing Ye’s verse on “Birthday Song” I started to get sentimental about how far we’ve seen Chicago’s very own come. He was Common’s guy, Jay-Z’s guy, then blew up the hip hop world with College Dropout. From there we saw Late Registration, Graduation, a switch up with 808’s and Heartbreaks, one of the best rap albums of our generation in My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, and the debut from hip hop mega powers Jay and Ye in Watch the Throne. He’s always maniacally dedicated himself to his own releases, and his genius has been responsible for G.O.O.D. Music taking over the game in recent months.
Without further ado, here are the 21 best songs that were not officially Kanye’s, that he ended up owning with a killer feature anyway. If you’re interested in downloading the feature, all 21 songs, head on over to our facebook page and be one of the first 50 to comment on the post. A surprise will then appear in your inbox (only if you already like our page!). Enjoy! Continue reading →