This Sunday night it’s going down! The annual MTV Video Music Awards will be co-hosted by DJ Khaled, with such performers announced as Future, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and more.
Frank Ocean is about to claim the number one spot easily and by a landslide, with the most anticipated album of the year, Blonde.
The first week sales numbers for Rae Sremmurd’s sophomore album and PARTYNEXTDOOR’s third are officially in. Hit the jump to see who sold the most.
Mac Miller is set to release his new album “The Divine Feminine” September 16th. Today he dropped off a new song “We” featuring CeeLo Green. Along with that, the tracklist for the album is here and it’s got some heavy hitters on there including Bilal, Ty Dolla $ign, Ariana Grande & Kendrick Lamar. Check the list below and be sure to cop the album next month. 1. Congratulations (feat. Bilal) 2. Dang! (feat. Anderson .Paak) 3. Stay 4. Skin 5. Cinderella (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) 6. Planet God Damn (feat. Njomza) 7. Soulmate 8. We (feat. CeeLo Green) 9. My Favorite Part (feat. Ariana Grande) 10. God Is Fair, Sexy, Nasty (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Ryan Flannery (Twitter:@Flannery15)
The first week sales projections are in the for Rae Sremmurd’s sophomore set as well as PARTYNEXTDOOR’S trilogy. Will either be able to top the Suicide Squad soundtrack or Drake’s Views? Find out below.
PARTYNEXTDOOR’s album is scheduled to drop tomorrow and we get the track-list for his long awaited project.
Lineup announced! Tyler, The Creator drops the official line-up for his annual Camp Flog Gnaw festival including some heavy hitters.
2 Chainz took to his Gram and released the tracklist for his upcoming new mixtape “Daniel Son; Necklace Don” dropping this Friday on Apple Music. The project includes 10 tracks and one with a feature from Drake called “Big Amount.” Check the list below via 2 Chainz Insta.
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