yo, this shit is really sponsored by capcom? crazy. it was inevitable though. these two have collaborated on everything, so if you ever wanted a tour where you can more than likely see all of their joint hits, and their own hits, then today is your lucky ass day.
and with all the HAW festivities going on this weekend, the sad folks who won’t be at warehouse live tomorrow night find a consolation prize with a september 27th, tour closing stop in h-town.
full slate of things that are gonna be really hard to get into.
who’s trying to get buckets on drake next sunday? would be great to put the cuddlemusic god on skates. but seriously, this weekend is a really awesome thing to do, and another reason houstonians are kindred spirits with our brother from another country.
in typical drake fashion, aubrey let loose of a new track in the wee hours of the morning around 4 or 5 am. and if you’re wondering – yes, this is about as good as his other b-sides, specifically the ones that are better than most people’s album cuts.
everyone’s rumbles are about hints towards his relationship with ri-ri. we’ll see.
jesus christ, johnny’s out here getting big ass cosigns, and most recently from OVO captain drake. in the new track, he names manziel and wiggins for starters, and throws chance the rapper and jennifer lawrence’s name into the mix as well. as for everybody else? well, ok.
YG followed up “my nigga” (a truly great single) with “who do you love,” and now has an accompanying video that gets the job done. his debut album, my krazy life, is out in a little over a week on march 18th.
i recently heard of this LA trio after hearing their single “gold” and deciding i’d keep tabs on em. sure enough, they get me back to listening again with a cover of drizzy’s “marvin’s room.” be on the look out for more from the band, who are working on their debut. in the mean time, go find the gold EP.
the last one to pull double duty on SNL did a pretty terrible job. sorry, miley. but here, aubrey makes his SNL debut (as a host) and did an excellent job all around. up top, watch him do “started from the bottom” right into “trophies.” below, he does a medley of “hold on” and “from time,” with jhene aiko.
over the weekend, a leak of trophies dropped, but now, we can set off our week proper with a CDQ release of the hit-boy produced “trophies.” he’s been premiering this at a few shows, and this beat completely delivers.
and for bonus shits and giggles, grab his freestyled verse on soulja boy’s “we made it” as well.