Is Drake’s Take Care going to steal album of the year? It very well could. He’s keeping minimal features on his sophomore album and only rocking with close friends Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Rick Ross, The Weeknd, and then he even secured a verse from legend Andre 3000. The CD hits stores November 15th. If he kept Dreams Money Can Buy, Club Paradise, and Free Spirit off of the album because everything in the below final tracklist are better than them? Then he’s going to have one hell of an album. Check out the complete tracklist below.
1. Over My Dead Body
2. Shot For Me
4. Crew Love ft. The Weeknd
5. Take Care ft. Rihanna
6. Marvins Room
7. Under Ground Kings
8. We’ll Be fine
9. Make Me Proud ft. Nicki Minaj
10. Lord Knows ft. Rick Ross
12. Doing It Wrong
13. The Real Her ft. Andre 3000 & Lil Wayne
14. Look What You’ve Done
15. HYFR ft. Lil Wayne
17. The Ride
18. Hate Sleeping Alone
19. Untitled ft. Lil Wayne
On the same day the next generation from Harlem drops a mixtape, the OG generation from Harlem does the same. A$AP Rocky has gone on public record multiple times that him and his crew GREW UP on Dipset. I’m sure he’s going to be one of the people downloading this tape today. Features on Jim Jones’ Vampire Life: We Own The Night mixtape includes Maino, 2 Chainz, Yo Gotti, Sen City, Meek Mill, Fred Da Godson, Jadakiss and more.
Coming in at 10:00, this is more a short film than an actual music video for KiD CuDi’s Maniac song. The short film is directed by “I get beat up in public but act tough after the fact” Shia LaBeouf and it’s only video description is:
The film follows two serial killers documenting their exploits.
These new innovative things SOUND real cool during launch but how long will they really last?! Remember when FaceTime got announced? Yeah, exactly. No one uses FaceTime but I wonder if people will actually continue to use Siri productively. Only time and iPhone 4S users will tell.
You speak. Siri helps. Say hello to the most amazing iPhone yet.
Say hello to Siri, your personal assistant for everything from getting the weather to reading a text.
As Kobe Bryant’s career begins to get older and less appealing to the younger generation, Nike Basketball is turning to Kevin Durant to play second fiddle in their grand marketing schemes behind LeBron James. What better way to reach the youth demographic then by creating a limited edition Nerf colorway to KD’s new Nike Zoom KD IV’s?! Durant rocked these during last week’s Oklahoma City charity basketball game. The package is even awesome as it comes in a custom box complete with a mini-hoop and a Nerf KD35 ball. No information is out on the pair’s actual release but hit the jump for more photos.
This song has been BIG all summer and Fall. I think Future (new dude from Atlanta) should have pressed harder to get Drake in on this music video (especially considering Drake practically makes the song besides a somewhat catchy and ignorant hook) but it is what it is sometimes.