Monthly Archives: September 2013
Pusha T has released the visual for the opening track of his solo debut. “King Push” finds Pusha T reveling in his (previous?) lifestyle through carefully constructed wordplay. Check the visual below. I’m DONDA had hands all in this.
Pusha‘s debut album My Name is My Name releases October 8th. You interested? I am!
Just like he promised, Drake has released the visual for “Hold On, We’re Going Home” today. Drake flexes his acting chops and flashes back to a time when things were simpler. Check it below.
The video supports Drake’s album, Nothing Was The Same which
leaked last week hit store today!
Kanye West still has his Kardashian voice on while sitting down with Zane Low for a one-on-one for BBC 1Xtra. Check part one of the interview where he discusses radio, Yeezus, reactions to his art, and production. Check it below.
It’s an interesting interview and part 1 of four. I’ll update as the rest of the videos are released. Thoughts?
Justin Timberlake hinted via Instagram that he’d premiere a new single last night. He held true to his word and released “TKO” featuring expected production from Timbaland. Check it below.
Hmmm… It’s not really new or exciting, but it’s good. This is set to appear on The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2 which drops September 27, 2013. Thoughts?
Episode 4 of Perfect World Radio is here. Check it below.
“Fake Sing” – T.Gaines
“The Language” – Drake
“Netflix” – 2 Chainz x Fergie
“Scholarship” – Juicy J x A$AP Rocky
“Nosetalgia” – Pusha T x Kendrick Lamar
“This Little Game” – Subway x 702
Remember to tune in live Wednesdays at 8PM on Spreaker.com or through the Spreaker app.
A few days after opening up her Instagram to the pubic, Solange dropped a visual for another song from her EP True. “Lovers in the Park” features a cameo from fellow Houston native Bun B and Solange‘s usual cooky dancing. Check it below.
Cute video. And the fashion is on point, though you expect nothing less from Solange. If you haven’t gotten in tune with True yet, listen HERE.
I really like this song. The honesty of it. The California-ness of it. I liked it without Childish Gambino though. Jhene Aiko‘s debut album, Souled Out, is supposed to be dropping later this year.