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What Wendy’s Wearing:
• Dusty blue faux fur jacket with seams by Wendy Williams HSN Collection
• Dusty blue cold-shoulder sweater by Wendy Williams HSN Collection
• Blue “Reign” denim skinny jean by 7 For All Mankind
• Silver hoop earrings by Pure Collection
• Silver “Mona” cuff by Sinners & Saints
• Wendy’s own silver and gold watch by Cartier
• Wendy’s own diamond bracelets
• Silver on silver “1771” glasses by OGI Eyewear
• Dusted denim leather pump by Wendy Williams HSN Collection
• Dusted denim “Demi” wedge flats by Wendy Williams HSN Collection
Broader Than Broaday
Backed by Busta, Joell Ortiz and Fun lead singer Nate Ruess, The Roots put their spin on the original musical piece as part of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s The Hamilton Mixtape, dropping December 2.
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Workin’ Like I’m Mexicano
Fresh off selling out arenas across North America, Hendrix and The Boy cross the border and join an all-female soccer game in Mexico. Can we play too? Directed by Eif Rivera, the Zaytoven-produced single is off Future’s upcoming Beast Mode 16.
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Post Malone is celebrating the upcoming release of his debut album Stoney with a new song, “Congratulations.”
Over a thumping instrumental, White Iverson sings about his rise, while Migos’ Quavo joins him on the come-up anthem.
“They said I would be nothing,” sings Malone. “Now they only say congratulations / Work so hard, forgot how to vacation / They ain’t ever had the dedication / People hatin’, said we’re changin’ / Look, we made it.”
Featuring appearances by Kehlani (“Feel”), 2 Chainz (“Money Made Me Do It”), and Justin Bieber (“Deja Vu”), Post is planning to release Stoney on Dec. 9. Pre-orders are available now on iTunes.
Listen to “Congratulations” and see the tracklisting below.
1. “Broken Whiskey Glass”
2. “Big Lie”
3. “Deja Vu” (feat. Justin Bieber)
4. “No Option”
6. “White Iverson”
7. “I Fall Apart”
9. “Go Flex”
10. “Feel” (feat. Kehlani)
11. “Too Young”
12. “Congratulations” (feat. Quavo)
13. “Up There”
14. “Yours Truly, Austin Post”
16. “Hit This Hard”
17. “Money Made Me Do It” (feat. 2 Chainz)
18. “Feeling Whitney”
Bruno Mars is back with a little more magic.
After turning up with his top 5 hit “24K Magic,” the hitmaking crooner smoothes things down with a new bedroom anthem, “Versace on the Floor.”
Over throwback sounds that call back to the late ’80s and early ’90s, Bruno sings about making love. “Let’s take our time tonight, girl,” he harmonizes. “Above us all the stars are watchin’ / There’s no place I’d rather be in this world / Your eyes are where I’m lost in.”
Mars spoke about the track in his Rolling Stone cover story, which refers to it as a “Boyz II Men-ish anthem.” While making it, he said: “At a certain point, I needed to stop telling you we’re gonna get down, and just get down.”
Get down to “Versace” and cop Bruno’s new album 24K Magic on Nov. 18.
Alicia Keys’ new album is HERE.
The New York songstress has unleashed her highly-anticipated sixth LP, which she handles mostly on her own with just one guest spot from A$AP Rocky on “Blended Family (What You Do for Love).”
HERE — which follows 2012’s Girl on Fire — is an ode to New York, something Keys explained during an appearance on “Today.”
“This album is so much about life, New York City, us as people, all the stories I saw growing up,” she explained. “It sounds like the New York that I know. It’s aggressive, it’s raw, it’s me being my most truthful…It is such powerful music. You are going to go crazy.”
Watch the prelude film The Gospel and stream HERE below.