Ain’t nobody fresher than my clique.
Posthumous albums are always kinda weird, but Xscape is a strong case that reworking MJ’s discarded tracks is actually a great idea.
The director of Bey’s sexy “Yoncé” video, Ricky Saiz, tells BuzzFeed how the biggest surprise of the year all came together. And did you know that’s Justin Timberlake drumming on a bucket in the background?!
Hov aims for artistic maturity, but ends up with an album that’s only just slightly above average. It’s hard to relate to his billionaire’s sob story.
On a mashup called “Are You That Somebody That I Used To Know?” Naturally.
Last time JT made music, he was trying to help America get laid. Now he’s trying to get you to make love.
He released “Mirrors” shortly after appearing at the Grammys. Get ready for the most epic JT track yet.
As shared by Justin himself. I’m still listening to “Suit and Tie” on repeat, aren’t you?
There were a ton of lame April Fools Day pranks today (IMO), but Trent Reznor knocked it out of the park with the “release” of a new full-length NIN album produced by Timbaland, called Strobe Light, which I really, really wish was real. What makes this even better is that the elaborate gag was all just a big excuse to make fun of Chris Cornell. Who recently put out a goofy-ass, Timbaland-produced album that is apparently not a prank.
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