Karol G and Nicki Minaj fans were united in shock Thursday night after the two dropped a surprise new single, “Tusa.”
The title comes from a Colombian slang term for the heartache one experiences after a breakup. Still, Nicki and Karol don’t sweat it — in both English and Spanish, they promote the benefits of partying away the pain.
“Woah” is the second single from Lil Baby’s sophomore studio album. On the track, he taunts his haters and raps about the luxuries of his lifestyle. The song is seemingly named after the “Woah,” (or “Hit the Woah”), a popular dance that originated in Texas in the mid-2010s and went viral on the Internet, most notably on TikTok.
Kanye West revisits the spiritual themes of his February 2016 track, “Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1,” on its 2019 successor, “Follow God.”
On the soulful track, Kanye flips a sample of Whole Truth’s 1974 track, “Can You Lose By Following God” to discuss the way he struggles to live a religious life and follow God’s direction in face of the difficulties that God presents.
“Cyber Sex” is the fourth single off American rapper Doja Cat’s second studio album Hot Pink. The NSFW music video for the track was released along with the album.
In the video, she becomes a top-rated porn star who then becomes an engineer who creates her ideal boo.
Multi-platinum artists Plies and DaBaby link up in their “Boss Friends” music video. The Hip Hop duo makes Las Vegas their playground complete with showgirls, Rich Uncle Pennybags and a special cameo by boxing champ Floyd Mayweather.
Mozzy has been on a crazy grind in the past few years. He released numerous projects, both solo and collaborative since then beginning of 2018 but the thing about it is he hasn't spread himself too thin. There are still stories that will be told and lessons to learn.
Today, the rapper returned with his latest single, "I'll Never Tell Em Shit." Over melancholic piano chords and chopped up vocal samples, Mozzy gets candid about pivotal moments in his life from the death of family members to being locked up and some of the things he's witnessed in the streets.
“Lola” is the first official single off of Iggy’s third official EP Wicked Lips released on November 8th, 2019.
The song explores themes like duality, bipolar traits and one’s different personalities. Interestingly, it interpolates the Dean Martin version of the famous 1954 track “Mambo Italiano” originally sung by American singer and actress Rosemary Clooney.
Ludens is the name of Kojima Productions’ company icon and mascot. However, the character isn’t present in DEATH STRANDING. The tagline of Kojima Productions is “From Sapiens to Ludens.” The Latin word “Ludens” simultaneously refers to play and practice. More to it, the game character Die-Hardman wears a carbon skull mask with Ludens text on the forehead.
Kelsea Ballerini will opt for a wild night in with the girls over a club any time.
In the music video for her new song "Club," released Sunday (Nov. 10), the 26-year-old country singer and her girlfriends decide to party by themselves in a hotel room rather than deal with the drunkenness and meaningless hookups found at the nightclub.
“Push My Luck” is the sixth track released as part of the World War Joy album and features a light guitar melody which leads up to a lively drop enriched with vocal chops.
Lyrically, the track is based on the dating stage of a potential relationship. One individual is feeling charmed by the other and wants to push their luck by trying to ensure that they will see each other the following day.