Paul Rosenberg Named CEO of Def Jam

Things Done Changed

There’s a new face at the top post of Def Jam. Music manager, film and TV producer Paul Rosenberg has been appointed to take the CEO seat at Def Jam. Currently president of Shady Records, which he co-founded with business partner Eminem, Rosenberg has founded management company Goliath Artists Inc. and has overseen artists Danny Brown, Action Bronson, Blink-182, DJ AM and more during his career. He will replace current Def Jam CEO, Steve Bartels beginning in 2018. Congrats, Paul!


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New Music: G-Eazy Ft. Jadakiss “Get A Bag” + “Nothing Wrong” + “Just Friends” Ft. Phem + “Wave” Ft. Rexx Life Raj

Don’t Stop Working

G-Eazy’s planning to end the year on a good note with his new LP, The Beautiful & Damned. In the meantime, there’s “Nothing Wrong” with a few loosies. From getting money with Kiss (Get A Bag”) to drawing the line between love “Just Friends”, G-Eazy continues to ride the “Wave”.




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Miguel Covers SZA’s ‘The Weekend’

Miguel takes on SZA.

Shortly after teaming up with RL Grime and Dua Lipa, Miguel unleashes an a cappella rendition of SZA’s rising Ctrl single, “The Weekend.”

Pacing around an art gallery, the R&B crooner belted out the Solana smash, while changing some of its lyrics. “Fuck w me,” he wrote. “Last weeks most requested song off @sza new album #CTRL, ‘weekend.’ Foxy-ass song, definitely a favorite of mine on the album.”

Fans should expect more covers soon. “What Isley Brothers song should I cover next week?” he asked. “This shit is fun. Peep the shirt too. Got a lot of heat coming.”

Prior to this, Miguel also covered André 3000’s “Pink & Blue” off OutKast’s Speakerboxxx/The Love Below and Charlie Puth’s “Attention.”

#whwcover What artists song is this? What current song you wanna hear next week? #whw

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Miguel is just the latest artist to be inspired by “The Weekend,” which was also remixed by K Camp last month.

Miguel is performing at Drai’s Rooftop Nightclub in Las Vegas on Aug. 19. After that, he will head to Brazil for Rock in Rio 2017 and then New Orleans for the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience.


Video: K Camp – ‘Good Problem’

K Camp turns his life into art in the video for his latest single, “Good Problem.”

Helmed by director Sharef Alabede, the artistic visual was shot inside of a Los Angeles gallery, where a giant-sized King Slum towers over elderly visitors. Elsewhere, Camp is surrounded by lovely models in neon-colored exhibits.

According to the rapper-singer’s camp, the video is meant to symbolize a celebrity’s relationship with the public. However, it explains how, in K Camp’s world, that’s a “Good Problem” to have.

Before releasing the video, King Slum announced that “Good Problem” and his previously-released song “Racks Like This” are “for the culture.”

In between those tracks, King Slum also appeared in the video for Snoop Dogg’s “Trash Bags” and remixed SZA’s “The Weekend.”

Up next, Camp is working on the follow-up to his 2015 debut, Only Way Is Up.


OVO to Open Second Flagship Store in Toronto

Drake is bringing OVO to Yorkdale.

Just two days before OVO Fest, Drizzy is opening up a flagship store at the Yorkdale Shopping Centre in his hometown of Toronto.

The new shop was announced in a cinematic new video, that features Drizzy roaming through the mall with a group of friends in OVO gear. The clip is soundtracked by “Gyalchester,” a standout from More Life.

October’s Very Own already has a series of flagship stores around the continent, including shops in Los Angeles, New York, and another one in T-Dot, nearly 30 minutes away from Yorkdale.

The new shop is scheduled to open Aug. 5, just before OVO Fest, which is slated to take place Aug. 7 at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto. The event will feature performances by Drake, Majid Jordan, Roy Woods, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and dvsn.


dvsn Announces Sophomore Album ‘Morning After’

dvsn is back.

The Canadian duo of Daniel Daley and Nineteen85 is teaming up once again for its second full-length album, Morning After, which the group announced via Twitter.

“MORNING AFTER the album, coming soon,” said the mysterious twosome.

Billboards for the album have also popped up at Toronto Eaton Centre, promising that the project is “coming soon.”

The announcement follows the release of “Think About Me” and “Don’t Choose,” loose tracks that arrived in May and June, respectively.

Morning After is the follow-up to dvsn’s debut Sept. 5th, which dropped last year through OVO SOUND/Warner Bros.

Up next, dvsn will take part in Drake’s 8th annual OVO Fest, which is set to take place Monday (Aug. 7) at Budweiser Stage in Toronto.