Tag Archives: More

The Weeknd Will Be Appearing on Drake’s ‘More Life’ Project

As we anticipate Drake’s More Life playlist to finally drop, more and more information is surfacing about the secretive project. Hawk-eyed fans spotted a change in Drake’s iTunes bio, revealing that The Weeknd will be a part of the new release, in addition to producers Boi-1da, Nineteen85 and Maneesh Bidaye.

The new bio states, “Views, was released in A…

Via: HYPEBEAST

Future Might Have Two More Albums on the Way

As DJ Booth notes, it looks like listeners might have two more new Future projects to work with in the coming weeks. The news was apparently revealed for the first time by Questlove, who used a speaking engagement at New York’s Pratt Institute to share the information. While official confirmation has yet to emerge and details are scarce, these would serve as …

Via: HYPEBEAST

Drake is Making a Return to Acting; Details ‘More Life’ Project in New Podcast

Drake recently sat down with legendary college basketball coach John Calipari on his new Cal Cast podcast. During their discussion, the Toronto rap star opened up about his More Life project saying the main motive behind it is “to keep people excited, give them new music, let them know I’m still hungry.” Also adding, “I’m doing it t…

Via: HYPEBEAST

Kendrick Lamar, Adele, Rihanna and More Bid Their Farewells to Obama

Donald Trump was officially inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States today, and with that said, it ends Barack Obama’s reign in The White House. Moments leading up to the inauguration, many folks within the music community took to social media to say their farewells to Obama and thank him for the last eight years. “We really gonna miss you champ. The g…

Via: HYPEBEAST

MCA Chicago’s 2017 Exhibits Will Spotlight Takashi Murakami, Larry Clark and More

MCA Chicago is set to debut a unique Takashi Murakami exhibit as well as spotlight legendary photographer Larry Clark in a forthcoming showcase for 2017. Dubbed Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg, the retrospective will display a total of 50 works by the Japanese contemporary artist. More specifically, the installation will show …

Via: HYPEBEAST