Following hot on the heels of her last release, Offset featured ‘No Drama’, Tinashe is now on Record of the Week (ROTW) with her latest release ‘Me So Bad’.
This after we’d listed a number of new singles that we projected to be ROTW this week, seems we were right in choosing this Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana collabo (‘Me So Bad’) as one in the number.
‘Me So Bad’ has an uptempo vibe to it which is very playful and catchy, plus, it dropped with it’s accompanying video which matches the jam’s energy with a bright color palate and sultry visuals.
Released this Easter weekend, ‘Me So Bad’ features lyrics such as …
I know you want my free time I know that we don’t play that, that, that, that I’m walking on a thin line I’m hoping that it break, break, break, break, break I’m tryna give you FaceTime, yeah Don’t mean you wanna wait, wait, wait, wait, wait I wanna better bassline, I wanna better bassline
American Hip Hop group Migos has unleashed a new track called “What the Price,” off their upcoming album “Culture”
“What’s the price? Prices goin’ up,” they sing.
The Atlanta trio have been getting much love of late with the album’s lead single “Bad and Boujee” reachingnumber one on the Billboard Hot 100 shortly after Donald Glover declared it the best song ever during the 2017 Golden Globes.
Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset—who just performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”—lay down Auto-Tuned melodies over a trap-rock beat.
In addition to their chart-topping hit “Bad and Boujee,” Culture features appearances from DJ Khaled, 2 Chainz, and Travis Scott.
While Trey Songz is not on the album, the R&B star may have inspired the title.
One of the most catchy songs from Young Thug’s last project JEFFERYwas the Gucci Mane- inspired ‘Guwop’ featuring Quavo, Offset and Young Scooter.
He now has a new video out where he actually shows up to the set and he even got some of his friends like Meek Mill, Trey Songz and more to make special cameos. re-ups with a video for the Gucci Mane-inspired “Guwop,” another song off his album JEFFERY. But unlike the previous video, this time he actually showed up to set.
The clip was filmed backstage at a recent radio show and features appearances from his collaborators Quavo, Offset, and Young Scooter, as well as Trey Songz, Meek Mill, and Desiigner. The fellas play dice and Thug stacks his paper, while ladies strut around their dressing room.
Some people have argued that it doesn’t match the genius ‘Wyclef Jean’ video he put out a few days ago; watch it below and decide.
Meanwhile, the Atlanta rapper is set to join Drake overseas on his “Boy Meets World” European tour, which has been postponed until March.