The album is executive produced by RZA and "crafted by" DJ Mathematics, according to a press release. RZA had this to say, "For years, Math has had the idea of putting together a body of music using modern and legendary equipment such as ASR10 with vocal performances by Wu-Tang Clan members and other prominent MCs,.
"With The Saga Continues he's created a masterpiece. We at 36 Chambers ALC are honored to work with Mathematics and Wu-Tang Clan to put out a great piece of art." Check out the explicit trackhere.
Following the hilarious "focus group" video that had the group's previous albums review the new one, Josh Homme and crew have teamed up with a selection of butcher shops around the world for something completely different.
The band has revealed official QOTSA butcher paper to wrap meat purchases made at the selected shops. "Support your local butcher!" reads a post on the QOTSA Instagram, along with a photo of the branded butcher paper on a roll at the Left Bank Butchery in Chapel Hill, NC. The Left Bank Butchery also shared a photo of the paper in action. See the posts and a complete list of participating butchershere.
But it's the album's title that has other digital sleuths hypothesizing. Does "Reputation" mean Swift will address her beef with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian?
Last year, Kanye West released the track "Famous" which contained the controversial line "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex Why? I made that b—- famous (Goddamn) I made that b—- famous."
The song set off a back and forth between the two artists and Kanye's wife Kim Kardashian. Kardashian said Swift knew about the lyrics in advance and played the victim after the fact. She then shared a video of Taylor and West discussing the track on the phone.
That video did not feature the word "bitch," which Swift was quick to point out. "Where is the video of Kanye telling me he was going to call me 'that bitch' in his song?" she wrote. "It doesn't exist because it never happened."
With new music imminent there some circumstantial evidence that the beef might soon start sizzling again. The font on Taylor's new album cover seems to be the same one Kanye used for The Life of Pablo, XXL points out. Read morehere.
In addition to the album, Fergie will release the long-form video Double Dutchess: Seeing Double. "It's finally here! I've spent a long time-many late, late nights-writing and working to make Double Dutchess perfect," Fergie said in a press release.
"Hungry" was produced by Yonni and JP Did This and co-produced by Donut. The track features Middle Eastern samples, a stuttering beat and sensual vocals. A highly stylized black and white video for the cut was directed by Brazilian artist Bruno Ilogti.
"You Already Know" was produced by will.i.am bobs and features a sample from Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's "It Takes Two," a simple, catchy keyboard line and emotive performances by Fergie and Minaj. A video for the track is coming soon.
Regarding the longform video, Fergie said Double Dutchess told a story that begged for a visual accompaniment. "I wanted to make a visual experience too, because there's a special story here that's really close to my heart," she says. "This is my vision. I feel like it truly represents who I am on every level, and I hope you love it as much as I do. I'll see everyone on the road soon!"
Fergie will debut the entire Double Dutchess: Seeing Double video album at theaters nationwide on September 20, for one night only. Check out the explicit tracks "Hungry" and "You Already Know"here.
"Last year, I was approached to make a feature film and I was a little hesitant at first, and then I got into it," Grohl explained to Rolling Stone. "I started working on production and getting into casting with these big names. And at first, I wasn't sure if I would be able to do it. And once my heart clicked, I just dive head first into whatever it is. And I really got into the script and visualizing this story, but I didn't have time to do it."
While his calling as a global rock god keeps interrupting any progress on becoming a director, Grohl says it's just a matter of time. "Someday, I'm going to wind up doing it. But the Foo Fighters always get in the way," he laughed. " Read morehere.
"This is why I love Sziget," wrote one fan who captured video of the unique entry. "Just open a random toilet and there is a secret party going on."
Rave World also shared video from the festival, writing: "When you go to the toilet, but you discover a secret RAVE !!!" Read morehere.
Tyson and Sullivan team up for a new duet, appropriately titled "Insecure." Leikeli47 ("Attitude") and Kari Faux ("Lowkey") will also contribute new music.
SZA's 'Supermodel," GoldLink's 'Crew," Buddy's 'A Lite," Bryson Tiller's 'Run Me Dry," and NAO's 'Feels Like" are also found on the soundtrack. Read morehere.
Young made the announcement via a Facebook Live video, during which he previewed one of the album's new songs "Where I Go When I Drink." The singer has already released the title track for his latest offering.
Check out the cover art for Losing Sleep and Chris' Facebook live sessionhere.
The singer posted a picture of herself on Twitter breathing with an oxygen mask, presumably backstage at the Red Rocks venue. She captioned the photo as "a cute glimpse into my geriatric years."
Morris currently on tour with Sam Hunt. See the posthere.
During the segment the unlikely duo bust into a Broadway tune, "Suddenly Seymour," from Little Shop of Horrors, with an F-bomb punctuating the fun they were having.
The Nickelodeon alum also gives an online shoutout to the growing Audrey II riding along in the backseat. Watch the segment for yourselfhere.
The tracklist may look familiar to fans who follow Lynch on social media. The singer has been posting photos of himself wearing T-shirts covered in what turned out to be song titles, lyrics, and the album's sequence.
Check out the full tracklisting for Current Mood and some of Dustin's t-shirtshere.
The expanded edition of the album will arrive with four new songs, including the track "Setting the Night On Fire," which is a duet with Chris Young.
Upon its initial release, Kane Brown debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and hit the Top 10 of the Billboard 200. Check out the full tracklist for Brown's deluxe editionhere.
"My new record, This Ride, represents a journey of life and music, and where it's led me today as a man and an artist," Niemann said. "These songs either dig up some old yesterdays or make me look forward to tomorrow."
The "God Made a Woman" singer's fourth studio effort is scheduled to be released on October 6th. And along with the release date and title announcement, Jerrod also revealed the tracklisting. See ithere.
The limited edition version may tease things to come from JAY-Z and Puma. In July, the brand confirmed their collaboration with Hova and promised that more would be revealed soon. The line of products coincides with Jay's 4:44 tour.
"We can confirm that PUMA is working with Jay-Z on his upcoming tour and other collaborative projects," a rep told Billboard. "More details will be shared at the appropriate time."
Will Bey's flashy sneakers get reproduced for the masses? Keep your eyes peeled this fall. And check out the shoeshere.
The news was revealed by sports reporter Darren Rovell via Twitter, who was detailing Kaepernick's list of donations towards a pledge to give $1 million to charity.
J. Cole's Dreamville Foundation, based in his home city of Fayetteville, North Carolina, states its mission is "to reveal to the urban youth, their limitless potential, through positive life- altering experiences."
Kaepernick and Cole have become friends, in a tweet from the earlier this month Kaepernick wrote: "Great to see my Brother @JColeNC I appreciate you not just talking about helping the people, but actually going out and doing the work!" Check out both postshere.
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