Desiinger took a few moments from his busy schedule stop by Genius and explain the lyrics to his #1 hit “Panda.” The video starts off slow enough, with the Brooklyn rapper enunciating through each of the words with his slurred speech. About midway through the video, however, the spirit begins to move him and he mimics the rapid fire delivery found on the song. Thankfully, there’s closed captions through the video so viewers don’t get lost.
Makonnen retired a week ago. Since his retirement, we’ve gotten two brand new songs. The first song was “Sound Like Who.” The second one dropped earlier today and is called “1 Take Freestyle.” Check out the reason for the release below.
“i want to share this with my fans and people around the world who need it. this isnt made for the radio. this is made for you when u need some time to take for yourself to get away from the dramas of your life, just listen to this real loud and break that shit and let it go! fight depression and enjoy life! thank u for all your support! hope this helps u through the way u help me! <3”
SOURCE: Miss Info
DJ. Khaled is having one helluva run. A run that just got a bit better with his new D’usse endorsement. The “We the Best” dj took to Instagram for the announcement. Naturally, the announcement is as good as most movie trailers.
SOURCE: Miss Info
salute is back with some new flavor, pianos, and a guest feature from D.R.A.M. This is a soulful number that could double as a club banger and the soundtrack to Sunday mornings at church. salute spoke on the collaboration.
“When I made the track I’d intended it to be a 2 minute gospel instrumental, inspired by being brought up on gospel music played to me by my parents. I then thought it would actually sound interesting in a club context. At the same time, me and D.R.A.M. started following each other on Twitter, and once we’d started messaging each other he had said he was a fan of my music. I sent the same track over to him and here we are!”
Drake has a long list of accomplishments in his career. He can now add one more. The Toronto native is now Spotify’s most streamed artist, ever.
“Thanks to the huge success of Drake’s most recent studio album VIEWS, the OVO rapper has surpassed past title-holder and fellow Canadian star Justin Bieber. According to Kworb’s chart, Drake is currently at 3,185,045,281 stream on Spotify, while Bieber is at 3,175,636,461.”