Rihanna and Calvin Harris are collaborating on a new track titled “This Is What You Came For.” The duo’s last creation, “We Found Love,” showed that the two of them working together are capable of creating magic. The above video is concert footage from when they were last seen together, as Calvin brought Rihanna on stage last weekend to perform “We Found Love.” Calvin teased the forthcoming new single on Twitter, and announced it will drop this Friday, April 29.
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A month ago at SXSW, Nas premiered a Madlib produced song with J. Dilla titled “The Sickness.” Today, the visuals dropped for the song and they look sick (pun intended). Dilla originally recorded the song in 2001 with Nas adding his vocals this year. Ruffmercy was in charge of the visuals.
Will.I.Am stopped was on Ellen to perform “Boys & Girls” with Pia Mia. The infectious energy and chemistry between the two was undeniable. He later took the time to speak on Prince’s passing, which included a hilarious tale of bringing Michael Jackson to a Prince concert in Las Vegas.
Lil’ Durk’s new project, 2X, is set to be released on May 1st. In the mean time, he let loose a visual for “Mud,” which will be featured on the album. The video finds Durk basking in the California sun with a cup full of lean.
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It seems like everything Drake does has the potential to turn him into a meme. He released the cover for his newest album, Views From the 6, where he’s sitting on top of the CN towers in Toronto. Twitter quickly went into Photoshop “overdrive” and now there’s a meme where a person can click Drake and throw him OFF the tower.
“This is no ordinary meme though because Drake takes the opportunity of falling to shout out some of his signature lines like “Alright,” “Not again,” and “I got enemies, got a lot of enemies.” The more times you throw him off, the more special features you will receive including “Big Head Mode,” “Double Gravity,” “Hotline Bling Drake” sporting his favorite red Moncler, and even “Courtside Drake.”
The new album will be released in a couple of days on April 29th.
Kamiyah was recently a guest on ItsTheReal podcast. The Oakland rap sensation already has a breakout single in “How Does It Feel” from her full-fledged project A Good Night in the Ghetto.
She’s been co-signed heavy by some of the biggest names in the game like Drake and Puffy, the latter Kamiyah talks about meeting.
There’s also a bonus from Jeff and Eric’s longtime friend Fafu, who shares some insightful personal stories about working with music icon Prince. Press play below.
Anna Wise, best known for background singing on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, is ready to step into the limelight. The seven song EP, The Feminine: Act I, clocks in just over 15 minutes. While short (it contains three skits), the production and vocals ensures there will be repeated listens.
Stream The Feminine: Act I below.