German production duo ChampionsLeak hit us with their debut single “FuckThePainAway,” featuring vocals from Radiiio. ChampionsLeak is the brain child behind top 40 platinum selling producer Lulou, and German hip hop producer Choukri, who each have worked with the likes of French Montana,Tinashe, Chris Brown, Tove Lo, Fifth Harmony, Era Istrefi, and more. “FuckThePainAway” is a dark RnB tune,
The best music-related video of the week was obviously the 10-minute Black Thought freestyle that realigned the planets of the solar system and brought the dinosaurs back to life. But there were some actual music videos this week, too, and some of them were good. This week’s picks are below. More »
Can we talk about Eminem’s Revival tracklist for a minute? It is not a promising tracklist. “Foreboding” is a better word for it. Look at these features:
One of the world’s greatest pop singer-songwriters seemed to achieve her final form this year by having drunken sex with a muppet in a music video called “Disco Tits.” The song itself is a jam, a poised and minimal dance-floor deconstruction that toggles between spacious staccato piano stabs and synthetic bass throbs that roll with … More »
French Montana was joined by a very unexpected guest while performing “Unforgettable” with Swae Lee at the MTV Europe Music Awards in London tonight, The Sun reports. Some guy, apparently a member of the Trollstation prank group, decided to soy bomb the performance, crashing the stage to wave around a … More »
It is always a bit exciting when David Guetta and Afrojack reunite on a collaboration. Guetta helped his Dutch house protege gain recognition early in his career by supporting singles and promoting his new ground breaking sound. Soon the student surpassed the teacher as Afrojack’s powerful assertive sound took center stage of dance music. In
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“Dirty Sexy Money” is a new song that was co-written by Charli XCX and Noonie Bao with a production credit from Skrillex and a short verse from French Montana. The track is being attributed to David Guetta and Afrojack (who also helped produced it), though for all intents and purposes it’s a Charli track, albeit … More »