A new Justin Timberlake album has long been teased for early 2018 release to accompany his Super Bowl halftime gig, and last month word got out that he’d trademarked the phrases “Man Of The Woods” and “Fresh Leaves.” Today Timberlake has released a trailer for that new album, and it is indeed … More »
With Culture, the Atlanta trio Migos released one of 2017’s best rap albums. They’re planning on following it up with a new one called Culture 2, and they’ve already shared the single “Motor Sport,” which features Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. And now they’ve followed that one up with a new single … More »
Four years ago, Jimmy Kimmel showed up in Pharrell’s video for the globe-conquering monster hit “Happy.” And maybe that’s why Pharrell’s reunited N.E.R.D. project chose Kimmel’s show for what was only their second live performance since 2011. Pharrell was a guest on Kimmel last night, where he talked about how he won’t play “Happy” … More »
N.E.R.D’s last album, Nothing, came out in 2010, so the release of their comeback LP today has been a long time coming. They’ve been teasing No_One Ever Really Dies with some monster collaborations; we heard Rihanna rap on the album’s lead single last month, followed by an André 3000 feature, a beautiful and politically charged music video with More »
Earlier in November, Pharrell Williams ripped through the majority of the looming N.E.R.D record. For the group’s enormous comeback — their first single in seven years — N.E.R.D teamed up with Rihanna on the fervent “Lemons.” Keeping in mind N.E.R.D’s cultural longevity, as their debut dates back to the early nineties, Williams soon made it known that he had other monumental collaborations in store.
Now, Williams, Chad Hugo, and Shay Haley have unveiled the complete tracklist and release date for their new album, No_One Ever Really Dies. The record serves as a follow up to N.E.R.D’s last studio album, Nothing, which came out in 2010.
No_One Ever Really Dies will be released on December 15.
N.E.R.D. No_One Ever Really Dies tracklist:
1. “Everybody Hurts”
2. “Lemon” f. Rihanna
3. “Voíla” f. Wale and Gucci Mane
4. “1000” f. Future
5. “Don’t Don’t Do It” f. Kendrick Lamar
6. “Kites” f. M.I.A. and Kendrick Lamar
8. “Lightning Fire Magic Prayer”
9. ‘Rollinem 7s” f. Andre 3000
10. “Lifting” you f. Ed Sheeran
11. “Secret Life Of Tigers”
H/T: Magnetic Mag
Ever since Oasis finally imploded in 2009, Noel Gallagher’s kept pretty busy. First returning with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ self-titled debut in 2011, it would be four years before Gallagher came back with Chasing Yesterday, but he’s been working on music fairly constantly amidst touring consistently. There was the abandoned collaboration album with Amorphous … More »
There are certain songs out there that seem to just beg for quality remixes right from the get-go –– most recently, N.E.R.D.’s comeback single with Rihanna “Lemon,” comes to mind. The original track is pristine working ground for a class rework effort, so Mr. Carmack and Vindata saw fit to bless the world with their joint take on the legendary funk rock/hip-hop outfit’s new product with “More Lemons.” Keeping the original mix largely intact, Carmack and Vindata up the ante on their version with some dance floor-ready modifications.
Not entirely a “lemonade out of lemons” situation, the rework avoids watering down or sugar coating where it’s inspiration came from. It merely builds on the original, simply offering “More Lemons,” if you will. The LA-based OWSLA pair and Mr. Carmack’s complementary production styles mesh into a single souped-up take on Rihanna and Pharrell‘s already certified rump-shaker, adding a welcomed dose of added hype to one of the year’s highlight marquee pop collaborations.
Rumblings of a new N.E.R.D. album got a lot louder yesterday when Pharrell instructed listeners to tune into Beats 1 at Noon EDT today and news of a N.E.R.D. song featuring Rihanna rapping began to circulate on Twitter. (The account responsible for the report, @ophiona, has since gone private.) The … More »
For years, fans have salivated for the return of Pharrell Williams’ group, N.E.R.D. Though Williams has dropped several hints pertaining to a potential comeback equipped with new music, speculation has grown exponentially after fans spotted several billboards playing off the group’s name. More »