well, what is this? everything here points to a feature film, but i’ll go ahead and spoil it for you. it’s coming: never according to the end. regardless, jay and bey put together a very awesome “trailer,” featuring the likes of sean penn, don cheadle, emmy rossum, jake gylly, blake lively and rashida jones.
after turning plenty of heads with lead off single “dream,” feat. the great queen bee, boots is here with his full mixtape release, winterspringsummerfall. the tracklist is below.
1. A Day in the Life of Jordan Asher
3. Howl / Your Move
4. Fade Away
6. No More [ft. Shlohmo & Jeremih]
7. Autumn (Lude I) [ft. Kelela]
9. Sheep / Lookin’ Muthafucka (Lude II)
10. Troubled World [ft. Son Lux]
11. Olive Trees and Blue Skies and Hills
12. My Heart Is A Stone Today (Unharmed)
14. Ride By (Lude III) [ft. Margot]
15. Ride Ride Ride
16. Dreams [ft. Beyoncé]
is this the sweetest, most dominating pop tour of the last ___ years? probably. one of hollywood’s most powerful couple will be hitting the road this summer, playing your city’s baseball park or stadium, presumably killing shit.
dates below the jump. and hey, right around my birthday.
boots become a huge name after producing what everyone loves about beyonce’s self-titled album. sure enough, “dreams” is boots new single, and he’s called in the favor and brought queen bee on for a feature.
listen to the glistening, soulful collaboration below:
kanye west kicked off this weekend with a new verse tacked on to jay and bey’s “drunk in love.” the official remix and all. by the time the weekend was over, we had three new high profile remixes. let’s recap:
• the weeknd – abel released it in honor of his 24th birthday.
alright, so the grammys were tonight. instead of posting every single video or whatever, i’m just gonna drop a few of my favorites. up top? my absolute favorite metallica song of all time, performed with classical pianist lang lang. below the jump, you’ll find daft punk (congrats on the AOTY, you bots!), the first ever performance of “drunk in love” and much more. i’ll tell you what i didn’t like: that kendrick and imagine dragons performance. GOOD GRIEF.
james blake hit bbc radio 1 to premiere a new track from his archives on whatever he seems to be working on these days. if that wasn’t enough, there are two new remixes of his to enjoy: mystikal’s “pay me” and queen bee’s “drunk in love.”
beyonce continues to steal away 2013′s last month with this mini-documentary for her out of the blue self-titled album. she’s released 3 parts already, but apparently i’ve missed them all. watch part 2 and 3 below the jump.