After years of teasing fans, the two have reportedly collaborated on Tiller’s new album Anniversary. A snippet of their song, which is titled “Outta Time,” surfaced online and finds Drake singing. Fans have also noticed that the track appears in Shazam’s database.
This would mark their first official collaboration. In 2016, Tiller hinted that he was working on something with the OVO boss. “started some vibes with Drake today. more life,” he tweeted. However, nothing was ever released.
Bryson received a co-sign from Drake early in his career. “I just feel like he makes the best music, quality-wise and everything-wise, basically,” the Louisville crooner told Rolling Stone in 2016. “For him to reach out early in my career and say that he likes my music was crazy for me. I was shocked. He gave me the nod, so I would say that was the most surprising.”
“This album is a different energy. There’s a clear difference with this album and True to Self,” he told Billboard. “I can’t afford to bring my C-game now — not for my two daughters. It’s just my A-game here on out.”
Ahead of its release on Friday, YG reveals the tracklist for his fifth album My Life 4Hunnid.
Described by the Los Angeles Times as his “darkest and most wounded album yet,” the 13-track set features appearances from Lil Wayne (“Blood Walk”), Lil Tjay (“Hate on Me”), and Lil Mosey (“Thug Kry”). Chris Brown and Tyga join YG on “Rodeo,” while Ty Dolla $ign and Gunna guest on “Surgery.”
The project, which was “highly influenced” by Tupac, is a reflection of the unusual times. “It’s not the typical YG to turn up, the extra turn up there,” YG told Apple Music. “I got some slaps and some bops that’s going to make you move, but I really couldn’t make that music in these times.”
Prior to the album, YG released a series of tracks including “Out on Bail,” “FTP (F**k the Police),” “Swag,” and “Laugh Now Kry Later!”
See the tracklist below.
My Life 4Hunnid Tracklist
2. “Blood Walk” feat. Lil Wayne and D3
3. “Traumatized Interlude”
4. “Out on Bail”
5. “Rodeo” feat. Chris Brown and Tyga
7. “Hate on Me” feat. Lil Tjay
8. “War Scars” feat. Tay2x
9. “Surgery” feat. Ty Dolla $ign and Gunna
10. “Thug Kry” feat. Calboy and Lil Mosey
11. “Traumatized Interlude #2”
13. “Laugh Now Kry Later!”
Fresh off the release of his new album Tickets to My Downfall, Machine Gun Kelly celebrates in the video for “drunk face.”
The clip, which he directed with Mod Sun, documents his hectic album release day. He catches a flight to his hometown of Cleveland for the grand opening of his new coffee shop, The 27 Club, and also gives fans a peek into his romance with Megan Fox. The couple shares a kiss and the actress paints his nails while on board their private jet. The day caps off with a celebratory dinner with MGK and his team.
Machine Gun Kelly’s fifth studio album Tickets to My Downfall dropped Friday and is expected to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 85-95,000 equivalent album units.
Earlier today, he released a deluxe version featuring six new tracks, including an acoustic version of his hit single “bloody valentine.”
Tory Lanez prevails in the video for “Most High,” the first visual from his surprise project DAYSTAR.
While he continues to face backlash in the wake of the Megan Thee Stallion shooting, the Canadian rapper confronts his critics while declaring his innocence.
The celebratory clip opens with Tory in court after being acquitted before tossing his glove in a nod to O.J. Simpson. “I walk away free ’cause I’m innocent / And when I walk, the whole world know a ni**a walked,” he raps.
He then faces off with the devil in a boxing ring and channels Slick Rick. “Never did I think I would ever see the day / Rap ni**as tellin’ the cops to come for me,” adds Tory.
He hits the beach (“All I see is Free Tory, Free Tory / Homie, I was in Miami on the shore chillin’”) and suggests that it’s all part of a conspiracy to take him down (“Soon as I get my masters back they want chatter”).
“Most High” is one of 17 tracks on Tory’s album DAYSTAR, on which he denies shooting Megan Thee Stallion. He also addressed his fans in a message on Instagram last night, which has since been deleted.
“I don’t move on social media’s time. I move on Gods time. I don’t operate in fear I operate in FAITH,” he wrote. “I don’t bow down to the lies of man . I stick with the TRUTH of god . And for those reasons . It doesn’t matter who rises against me in this hour and small season . BIG OR SMALL OBSTACLE …. I will PREVAIL and RISE to GREATNESS . As GOD SAID I WILL.”
Tory Lanez praises the most high in his triumphant return to the small screen. The track is taken from his latest mixtape, DAYSTAR.
In the celebratory video, the Toronto rapper fields questions in a courtroom full of reporters following his non-guilty verdict. After tossing his glove in reference to O.J. Simpson, Tory secures the bag at the beach, takes over a record label, and celebrates with the crew at club full of falling confetti.
Elsewhere, Swavey’s numerous roles come into play including his portrayal of Slick Rick, an award winning nominee on stage in front of police, a boxer and ball player facing off with a devil, and more. The epic closing finds him in a chalky-colored mink beside a white Ferrari and his puppy in the midst of snow flurries.
DAYSTAR is the unexpected release featuring 17 tracks, where Tory claims his innocence surrounding the shooting of Megan Thee Stallion and addresses the critics behind the controversy.
In his Loyalty hat and protective mask, the Compton rapper rides his bicycle through town for the uplifting tune. He smokes freely, sips wisely and cruises the deserted streets before making his way to the beach. The clip ends with a message regarding the current times. Listen up weirdos.