Maja Is Back With ‘Idiot’ Sweden’s Maja Kristina first made waves in 2018 when “No Fake Love” went viral. She then honed her craft under the watchful eye of Rami Yacoub at Max Martin’s MXM, before relaunching late last year with “Idiot.” The breakout star now backs it up with a typically fiery pop song […]
In the past few years, Michael Bolton has evolved from a classic crooner to a semi-viral comedy star. He took that latter bit a step further on Wednesday night’s edition of the Late Show. Appearing in a segment on the Stephen Colbert-hosted program, Bolton was enlisted to sing a couple of excerpts from former National Security Advisor […]
Kllo, Melbourne singer Chloe Kaul’s electronic pop duo with Band To Watch alum Nearly Oratorio’s Simon Lam, are returning next month with the follow-up to their 2017 debut Backwater. We’ve already heard the upcoming Maybe We Could’s lead single “Still Here,” and now they’re sharing “Somehow,” which also tempers its melancholy with a skittering dance […]
We We! Love is blind, but Amine finds his way in the music video to his recent single. Over a hypnotizing beat by Pasque, the Portland, Oregon rapper mends broken hearts while lounging at a lavish estate and cruising the town. The clip is also accompanied by various women seductively posing and dancing in front […]
Chop suey! Smokepurpp brings the choppers out in his Florida Jit‘s new music video. In the trippy visual, Smokepurpp turns up with his shooters at an outdoor court at night, before taking it indoors where they brandish their firearms. Don’t shoot.
Dirty money. Blu pays tribute to jazz legend Miles Davis in the latest video off his and Exile upcoming, Miles: From An Interlude Called Life (July 17). Over Exile’s production, Blu kicks intellectual raps on the mic in the black-and-white music video premiered by VIBE. During a walk through Los Angeles, Blu buys a pair […]
Too friendly. K Camp keeps it cordial in his K.I.S.S. 5‘s new music video featuring Yung Bleu. Pulling up to the trap in a couple of Bentleys, K Camp and Yung Bleu make it rain as a stripper seductively works the pole on a platform prop set up beside them. She stingy.
Auto-mo-bags. Philly rapper LGP Qua and French Montana go straight for the bag in the accompanying video to their new collaboration. Shot by Zay Jones, the two stunt over a Harry Fraud-production inside a car shop full of colorful racing automobiles. Tune up then turn up.
Lauv & LANY’s ‘Mean It’ Lauv is really gunning for the title of the most prolific man in pop music. So far this year, he rolled out the sprawling, 21-track ~how i’m feeling~ LP as well as a collection of extras. The 25-year-old now adds a surprise EP called Without You to the mix, which […]
Crack a smile, the check came. It’s not a game, but Iamsu! and 24Hrs came to ball on their new collaboration. Over a piano-laced banger, the two boast their rich habits and their bachelor lifestyle. Shit get wild like the X games.