"A right balance between glossy K-pop attitude and keeping CL positioned where she belongs—as the baddest, coolest female out right now."
Featuring Tinashe, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J.
Hint: Working On Excellence
He's heard from fans, haters, TMZ, and a record label.
A young singer named Sal Houdini joins the two stars on the track.
She's allegedly blocking fans who speak out about the streaming service on social media.
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It's a reminder that the colors will always brighter, and the highs higher, when we're experiencing them in retrospect.
It's cool that David Lynch is making more episodes, but this might be even more exciting.
Danny Brown takes a quick break from promoting his new album to grab some gifts for his cat.
The artists wrestle with failing love over a hazy, sitar-laden trap beat.
"That's what it takes if you want to be the best, you got to cry when Danny Brown write a verse!"
He does not suffer hecklers gladly.
Listen to a snippet.
Six-minute video of rapping, rapping, and more rapping.
Spoiler alert: there's talk of ass eating.
Inspired by Dr. Seuss, no less.
From Disclosure in New York, to Drake in Vegas, to Danny Brown in Australia, our #NYE2015 guide has it all.
Its producer, Hudson Mohawke, isn't psyched that it's censored.
Old habits die hard.
The throbbing, neon-lit video depicts exactly the sort of wild party the A-Trak-produced song is meant to soundtrack.
Your weekend playlist, sorted.