Drake alluded to this song in the interview we posted earlier yesterday. I see this track going crazy all summer!
It seems that Aubrey Graham is saying "Fuck School" in 2013. Just days after partaking in an entertaining "tell-all" interview with YN's Elliot Wilson, Drake made good on his promise releasing two songs for this week. The first, originally slated as the "Started From The Bottom" remix, is entitled "No New Friends". As what he did with 20112s stellar "I'm On One" , he gives the track to DJ Khaled with Rick Ross and Lil Wayne joining the fray (and an awesome cameo by Future in the end). Drake is as vicious as ever, hitting witty one-liners [...]
In case you haven't been made aware, record producer DJ Khaled is suffering from success. So much so that he can't stop " putting out so many smash hit recs ." *shakes head in disbelief* Khaled's suffering has gotten significantly worse since his diagnose, as yesterday his sickness possessed him to do something completely out of line- make a movie . My God, DJ Khaled. This is worse than we pictured. When he wasn't dispensing wise words of wisdom-as they may be his last opportunity to do so- in the opening credits, Khaled [...]
' No New Friends ', started out as a remix for Drake's track ' Started From The Bottom ', but after it was sent to DJ Khaled - it transformed into an entirely new beast. Drake, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Future (who was pointless) provided vocals to the Boi-1da & Noah “40″ Shebib, produced track. Not entirely sure what DJ Khaled contributes to these tracks, other than shouting DJ Khaled at the start. The collaborative track will be featured on Khaled’s seventh studio album Suffering From Success . The post DJ Khaled [...]
Khaled's back with a new hit from his upcoming Suffering From Success album. If you don't know what to expect, you're crazy. It's: - Drake singing a chorus that will be in your Twitter timeline, Instagram captions, and Facebook statuses for the next couple months - Drake with the standout, most quotable verse - Lil Wayne and Rick Ross being Lil Wayne and Rick Ross - Boi-1da and Noah "403 Shebib on production - Khaled playing a mystery role even though it's his song - Going to dominate radio Who says formulas in [...]
In a radio interview last week, Drake promised 2 new tracks would be coming this week. Here goes the first drop. Technically I guess it's a Khaled track with features from Drake , Rozay , and Wayne . No really sure how they determined he was the headliner, especially when Khaled's not even responsible for the production. That credit goes to Boi-1da and 40 . To be honest, I expected a little more heat from this one. But who knows, maybe it'll grow on me seeing as most of [...]
DJ Khaled has reached the maximum limit of friends on his Facebook page, so he decided to release a song about it. In 'No New Friends', he links up with all the old homies for a cut off his forthcoming album, Suffering From Success .
After listening to DJ Khaled's latest radio sniper, we're inclined to say this is the epitome of Drizzy's recent line, "That's why every song sounds like Drake featuring Drake." Sure, [...]
Drake promised two new songs this week and here's the first one: "No New Friends" is the latest star-studded collaboration from DJ Khaled , featuring Drizzy alongside Rick Ross and Lil Wayne . It was originally intended to be the remix for Drake's "Started From the Bottom" , but he ultimately decided to hand it over to Khaled for his forthcoming album, Suffering From Success . In turn, Khaled gave the track into its own mini movie, featuring cameos from Drake, Timbaland, and others. Check it out below.
Just as promised, DJ Khaled and company have dropped their new single for the summer, "No New Friends." Appropriately enough, the song features Khaled's favorite trio of Drake , Rick Ross and Lil Wayne . Serving as the first release from Khaled's upcoming album, Suffering From Success , the track is an absolute banger, just as you might expect. Say what you want, about Khaled, but he knows how to produce a hit (even if he really doesn't produce them). This was originally crafted as a "Started From The Bottom" remix, [...]
Songs just don't get snippets anymore. Now, they get "movies." Since Drake gave DJ Khaled the rights to the "Started From The Bottom" remix, which will be called "No New [...]
Macklemore and his Ryan Lewis produced track ,"Thrift Shop," continues to push the envelopes. The indie artist is now one of the few on Billboard to hold the number one-spot for 12 consecutive weeks. All thanks to his 219,581,931 YouTube... [[ This is a content summary only. Click on the titles for full stories... ]]
Kanye West, Jay-Z, Drake, Miguel, Trent Reznor, Skrillex, and Usher were among the early winners at the 2013 Grammy Awards' pre-show telecast. Kanye West and Jay-Z's Watch the Throne collaboration "Niggas in Paris" won both Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance. Meanwhile, Drake's Take Care won Best Rap Album. Miguel's "Adorn" won Best R&B Song and Usher's "Climax" won Best R&B Performance. Skrillex was the big winner in the Dance/Electronica category. Bangarang won Best Dance/Electronica Album and [...]
words by Harold Scott There are two thing to consider with hip-hop news - not everyone is going to keep up with every story , and people love to make things connect . Following up on one of the most explosive weeks in the game for a while and in keeping with these notions, we thought it relevant to re-hash some of the bigger stories from the past seven days, and draw some parallels while we're at it. Read more here ... [...]
Filed under: News , Exclusive , The Hit List Getty | Getty | Getty There are more than a few musicians who had a plan B. Or more specifically, there are more than a few musicians who abandoned bona fide careers for a chance in the limelight. (And vice versa.) That's why we went on a research binge. We wanted to know if Rick Ross wasn't the only [...]
Day 4 of our 4-day countdown of the best of the year. Part 1 (80-61) can be found here . Part 2 (60-41) can be found here . Part 3 (40-21) can be found here . To recap: AlbatRoss and I had 2 guidelines that we stuck to in compiling this list: 1) it had to be rap (meaning no R&B - Frank Ocean and Miguel had killer years but they won't be found on this list) and 2) one song per project on the list. We did this (including honorable mentions, of course) to make sure we brought a [...]
Donovans nous dévoile quelques jours avant Noël son My Def Jam Def Mixtape, incluant uniquement des morceaux du label Def Jam Recordings . Plus de trente minutes de son parmi lesquelles on retrouve des titres originaux mais également d'excellents remixes, dont un exclusif de Donovans pour le titre AutoDance du rappeur français Disiz . Tracklist: 1. Asher Roth - Roof Behind The Grill (Prod by TNGHT) 2. 2 Chainz feat Drake - No Lie (Cashmere Cat Remix) 3. Rihanna feat [...]
More Than A Women: Aaliyah’s music stands the test of time In the predominately male-driven hip-hop industry, successful female performers are and far between compared to their ultra-macho peers. The late Aaliyah Haughton, however, was an anomaly. She inspired a unique brand of hip-hop and R&B for her own generation as well as future ones. More than ten years have passed since Aaliyah died in a plane crash in the Bahamas at the age of 22, but a recent reintroduction of her music through sampling has motivated contingents of male hip-hop artists to finally open up [...]
Im still not 100% sold on the title of this track but whatever.
Wasn't initially a big fan of this record but this visual is very... pleasant. Definitely enjoyed watching it. I mean, I for one am never mad at a visual with some very nice eye candy! Check below for the official visual of Rozay's "Diced Pineapples" record featuring Wale & Drake. God Forgives, I Don't is in stores now.