Posts Tagged ‘relationships’

Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Drake Set Sexual Record Straight on ‘Only’

Nicki Minaj fronts a cadre of heavy hitters including Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown on “Only,” the latest track to surface from her upcoming third LP, The Pinkprint , which is now streaming courtesy of iHeartRadio. Produced by pop heavyweight Dr. Luke, as well as Cirkut and J Mike, “Only” opens with Minaj dispelling rumors about the extent of her relationships with Wayne and Drake, and closes with a kiss-off to the haters by way of a left-field but on-point reference to the bizarre incident where Lance Stephenson blew in LeBron James’ ear during the NBA Playoffs. Fall Music Preview 2014: 25 Must-Hear Albums While Brown handles the track’s glasses-in-the-air hook, Drake offers poetic lines about his preference for big women who look like Claire Huxtable and enjoy a post-coital lunch. Lil Wayne closes out the track with a verse that starts sleepy but grows into a torrent of wacked-out Weezy-isms like, “My story is how I went from poor me/To police pour me a drink and celebrate with me.” The Pinkprint is now scheduled to hit shelves on December 15th, via Young Money/Cash Money, after being pushed back from November 24th.


How Tove Lo Became Sweden’s Darkest Pop Export

In June, Tove Lo thought she had finally crossed over. The Swedish pop songwriter’s debut EP, Truth Serum , had gone Top 20 in her home country, and its best track, the Kendrick Lamar-esque “Habits (Stay High),” could occasionally be heard on U.S. radio. Four month later, “Habits” keeps getting bigger – radio won’t leave it alone – and her debut full-length, Queen of the Clouds , is coming up right behind it

5 Things We Learned From Björk’s Magical ‘Biophilia’ Documentaries

Three years ago Björk presented the world with Biophilia , a massive multimedia project about the relationships between music, nature and technology. Her grand vision included intricately designed apps for the album’s singles, a new type of musical notation, a musical education program for school children and one-of-a-kind instruments designed just for her live performances. Björk: The World’s Only Cheerful Icelandic Surrealist Much of the preparation and performances are captured on two films, now showing together at New York’s IFC Theater and opening next week in L.A., Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco and Japan: Bjork: Biophilia Live and When Björk Met Attenborough . The first is a concert film of her last Biophilia show at London’s Alexandra Palace in 2013. The latter is a look at the preparation for the show, all framed by interviews with neurologist Oliver Sacks and naturalist David Attenborough

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