On November 21st, Pitbull released his latest album Globalization, and his fifth single, “Time Of Our Lives” along with it. The Dr. Luke produced track features verses from Pitbull and a chorus by Ne-Yo, who kicks off the song by singing, “I knew my rent was gon’ be late about a week ago, I worked… Read more
Ladies and gentlemen, the best pop and dance songs from TinaCast for the year 2014. Like this list? Hate this list? Where the f*ck is “Fancy”?! Let me know below!
Ladies and gentlemen, the best hip-hop and rap songs from TinaCast for the year 2014. Like this list? Hate this list? No Schoolboy Q?? What?! Let me know below!
Following the success of “No Flex Zone,” Nicki Minaj and rappers Rae Sremmurd teamed up again for their latest release, “Throw Sum Mo.” The single, off their debut album SremmLife (1/6/15), also features a verse from Young Thug and production by Soundz. In other Rae Sremmurd news, Pat Sajak (yeah, that Pat Sajak) rapped the hook to the… Read more
Shortly after their “Flawless Remix” was named TIME’s number one song of the year, Nicki and B released “Feeling Myself,” the fifth single from the Pinkprint (out 12/15). Is it too early to anticipate a Watch The Tiara album? No? Ok, I will begin the vigil. Ugh, nevermind, “watch the tiara” sounds dumb (dammit, Claire’s!), so… Read more
“Sledgehammer” is a catchy little number from the ladies of Fifth Harmony. The track is the second single, after “Bo$$,” from their upcoming album, Reflection out January 27th. The single is peaking right in the midst of the holiday season, and while the actual lyrics are, “If you could take my pulse right now, it would… Read more
DJ Khaled’s latest single gathers together some of the biggest names in hip-hop, and the result is “Hold You Down,” a song more R&B than Khaled’s typical collaborations. The track is off his upcoming album, I’ve Changed a Lot. Entertainment Weekly, a site known for their no holds barred journalistic approach, recently asked DJ Khaled… Read more
Big Sean’s new track “I Don’t Fuck With You” is the lead single from his upcoming third studio album. The track, aimed caustically at ex Naya Rivera, features a verse from E-40 and production by DJ Mustard and Kanye West. I never really appreciated this song until someone threw out my perfectly good salad dressing from… Read more
There are adults that can go to a bar and order a drink and then discuss about how they have never known a time when Pharrell was not responsible for at least one hit song on the radio. This is an incredible feat, worthy of so much more than a playlist, but that’s all… Read more
Holup. Dej Loaf is a chick? Shit. It’s been a tough year — after finding out that Sam Smith wasn’t a chick, and that Rae Sremmurd is two dudes, my ears really can’t be trusted anymore.