We’re quickly approaching the much anticipated debut studio release from Travi$ Scott, and now a collaboration with Kanye West has surfaced to hold us over until the official release on September 4th. Travis has always been highly regarded for his forward-thinking production abilities, and “Piss On Your Grave” is no exception. The track starts off with a rumbling, grungy guitar riff and switches up when an aggressive Kanye comes in for the hook and a relentless verse from Travis followed by one from Kanye later in the track. The dark raw production brings a solid foundation for these two rappers to go in making for a energetic tune that will surely pump you up.
Tonight Kanye West received the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at MTV’s Video Music Award show and was presented the coveted Moonman by none other than former foe, now friend Taylor Swift. After a collection of clips from Kanye’s whole career, Swift came up on stage and talked about how important he’s been to her career. She finished her speech by jokingly quoting Kanye's controversial outburst, "I'mma let you finish, but Kanye West has had one of the greatest careers of all time,"
Kanye then spoke for a long duration about a variety of topics; from being a father, the media portraying him as a villain constantly, how disrespectful award shows are, and rolling up a lil' something before his speech. One of the highlighted quotes of the night he proclaimed “I will die for the art, and for what I believe in – and the art ain’t always gonna be polite!” He didn’t perform any music, but finished off the speech by announcing that he’s running for president in 2020… what?!
Read Kanye West Full Acceptance Speech After The Jump
The Weeknd is exploding across the music and entertainment landscape as his highly anticipated new album Beauty Behind the Madness hits digital and physical shelves this Friday, August 28th. After teasing fans with an 18-minute preview of the album, The Weekend delivers a sinisterly delightful visual for one of its biggest tracks, “Tell Your Friends,” which was produced by Kanye West. Containing an emotionally charged theme and choice expletives, you can stream the music video in all its glory below, and pre-order the album as well. Enjoy!
The Weeknd – Tell Your Friends (Music Video) | iTunes Pre-Order
Kanye West’s “All Day” from earlier this year has gone to be one of the most heard rap songs all year, and even recruited a Kendrick Lamar remix and an exciting cover remix from Sweater Beats and Mark John. Today however, we may have just heard the most insane remix of the song yet. Bass icon Eprom and TSIS regular Salva have linked up to tear the song down to it’s core and build it back up into one of the bass heavy songs you will hear in months.
WARNING: This song will blow your speakers.
Listen below to the first clip of the song premiered by Zane Lowe on Beats Radio. As Zane says "“All day getting broken in two, then shattered, then set on fire, then they put it back together.”
We will keep you posted as the full version unfolds, if it ever will. Enjoy!
Kanye West – All Day (Eprom & Salva Remix)
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