This isn't Drake and Rihanna's first collaboration. The pair previously worked on each other's music with Drake pulling feature duty on Rihanna's 2010 track 'What's My Name?" and Rihanna returning the favor for Drake's 2011 track 'Take Care."
Rihanna has been teasing her new album since she revealed its artwork and title back in October. No release date has been announced for ANTI, but rumors claim it could be as soon as this Friday. Stream the song here.
'This is the last thing I would've ever expected," Farr said in a statement. 'I sing hard, and I give it everything I have every night, but I really believed I was putting my training to work.
"After a #1 song, an awesome tour with Jason and getting engaged, this is not how I thought I was going to be winding up 2015." As a result, Farr is canceling his appearances with Lee Brice to focus on his work with the Vanderbilt Voice Clinic in Nashville. Read more here.
"Please don't take the wave," he tweeted "Max B is the wavy one. He created the wave. There is no wave without him." He continues, "He's the reason I sing on all my songs. That's the wave. If theres nothing wit that sound ITS NOT WAVY."
Max B was formerly a member of The Diplomats and Jim Jones' ByrdGang collective and released various mixtapes and an album, Vigilante Season (2011). Max is currently incarcerated for 75 years on charges of felony murder, kidnapping, robbery and conspiracy. Read more here.
In a too-cute-for-words photo, Louis cradles his baby with his famed "It Is What It Is" chest tattoo on display. He and Jungwirth also helped confirm the little boy's name: "Freddie."
"Freddie Tommo," Tomlinson tweeted, followed by "Thank you so much for all the nice messages." An hour later, Jungwirth posted a hospital photo with the caption, "1/21/16. Freddie Reign. Love of my life." Put it all together, and you presumably get "Freddie Reign Tomlinson." See the posts here.
The project came as a surprise and was announced on Twitter while everyone was tuned into the Twitter war between Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa Wednesday (Jan. 27).
Felt Like Cappin is a six-song collection that comes after August's Trapavelli Tre mixtape. Lil Wayne lends a verse to the project. There is production from hip-hop heavyweights like Timbaland, TM88, Mike Will Made It, Cardo, and Zaytoven.
The Lil Wayne collaboration serves as a preview for what 2 Chainz and Weezy's joint mixtape Collegrove should sound like. 2 Chainz says you won't have to wait too long for that to drop because it should be available in a month or two. Take a listen to Felt Like Cappin here.
Currently out on bail after being arrested for securities fraud, Shkreli spoke with Vice in a new interview. In the profile, Shkreli confessed he wasn't sure what to do with the album, but he'd landed upon two options.
The first would involve destroying the album, while the second would involve placing the album in such a remote location that any interested listeners would have to embark on a spiritual quest to reach it. Read more here.
Cuoco got in touch with her inner gangsta when she went head-to-head with comedic actor Josh Gad. Kaley Cuoco performed Mystikal's verse from Ludacris' rambunctious rap song "Move B—-."
Once Cuoco finished tearing up the stage, host LL Cool J made note of how hard she went. LL joked asking where the sweet girl from the CBS sitcom had gone. Kaley responded, "Penny is not here, baby!" Watch the clip here.
He then took the acoustic guitar off his back and handed to the six-year-old. 'She couldn't stop smiling. She immediately tried to start playing along," her mother Kimberly told the site.
"She was all like, 'Mommy, look! He gave me a guitar!' I kept worrying she was going to hit someone on the back of the head with it being so crowded!" According to Kimberly's Twitter account, she's sending the guitar off to Paisley's people for him to sign the guitar. Read more here.
Share this article
Click here to read today's full Day in Rock report