Chilly Gonzales Shares Piano Covers Of Daft Punk, Drake, Weezer, Lana Del Rey, & More

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Chilly Gonzales is a talented composer in his own right, but in recent years, he’s made a nice little side career for himself out of deconstructing other people’s compositions. In his Pop Music Masterclass web series and more recently his Beats 1 show Music’s Cool, he’s broken down the mechanics of pop music … More »

Drake puts on a jacket, announces new album Scorpion

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EXTRA EXTRA: Drake took to Instagram to post some IMAGES.

One is of himself wearing a jacket that, at the top, reads “Scorpion,” in the middle reads, “June Twenty Eighteen,” and at the bottom reads, “by Drake.”

Another is a picture of a bejeweled scorpion pendant. Both are captioned “JUNE 2018,” which is redundant in the case of the former, but who am I to critique Drake?

Many are taking this to mean that Drake has a new album called Scorpion out in June. The folks over at Rolling Stone are reporting it as being fact (which they’re good at).

And…well, actually, THAT’S IT. Not much more to report. Sorry. I guess be on the lookout for Drake activity, come June?

In lieu of more information, I hope that you will accept these memes. Have a great day! Sponsored by Drake!

Drake Becomes First Artist To Replace One #1-Debuting Single With Another

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Drake’s domination atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart continues, but with a different song this week, as new single “Nice For What” debuts at #1, stopping the command of his own “God’s Plan” after 11 weeks on top. More »

New Drake Album Scorpion Out In June

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Drake’s been on a chart-topping run since the beginning of the year. After releasing two songs in January, “God’s Plan” debuted at #1 and stayed at the top for 11 weeks until it was just dethroned by a different Drake song, “Nice For What,” which came out last week. He … More »

Trouble & Drake – “Bring It Back (Tyler, The Creator Remix)”

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Late last month, Tyler, The Creator shared a “throwaway song” called “OKRA,” his second loosie (following “Ziploc“) since releasing the messy, deeply personal album (Scum Fuck) Flower Boy last year. And now he’s come through with another one-off: a remix of “Bring It Back,” Atlanta street-rap veteran Trouble’s recent collaboration with Drake, which … More »

Watch: Drake – “Nice For What”

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In order of appearance:

Olivia Wilde
Misty Copeland
Issa Rae
Rashida Jones
Jourdan Dunn
Tracee Ellis Ross
Tiffany Haddish
Yara Shahidi
Zoe Saldana
Elizabeth and Victoria Lejonhjärta
Letitia Wright
Bria Vinaite
Emma Roberts
Syd
Michelle Rodriguez

Drake – “Nice For What” Video

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Last time Drake dropped some new music on the weekend, it worked out pretty well: “God’s Plan,” the lead track on his two-song Scary Hours EP, debuted at #1 and has stayed there for 10 weeks, buoyed in part by a smartly assembled music video in which Drake surprises unsuspecting Miami residents … More »

It’s The Freakin’ Weeknd Baby, I’m About To Have Me Some Crushing Nihilistic Despair

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Viewed one way, it’s a pretty impressive flex: You’re about to headline Coachella, and this is what you drop? … More »

BlocBoy JB Is Ready To Take Over

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You don’t upstage Drake. It’s just not done. You might rap better than Drake on a song. Drake himself seems to have no problem with that. He keeps inviting rappers who might outrap him onto songs. But as far as sheer outsized movie-star magnetism, nobody is outgunning Drake. He is King Shit in the charisma … More »

Watch Lorde Cover Drake In Toronto

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Lorde has done a lot of cool things on her current North American tour. She’s taken along a very cool group of openers, including Run The Jewels and Mitski. And she’s adapted the commendable practice of covering songs in different cities — songs that have some serious local significance. In Chicago earlier this week, she … More »