Kendrick Lamar Says New Music Is Coming In Instagram Live Video

Kendrick Lamar Second Album Coming

Kendrick Lamar just went live on Instagram and said “I got some more music” before ending the live video.... Since his album DAMN. dropped last week there have been numerous fan theories he has more music on the way. 

The theories all started when Kendrick’s producer Sounwave tweeted a cryptic message saying “what If I told you there was another version” with a image of Morpheus from the Matrix. This sent kdot fans in a whirlwind of second album theories speculating a second album would release on Easter Sunday. Kendrick’s faith is a big part of his life and music so when he died in a skit on DAMN. after dropping on Good Friday, many thought he would return with a new project for his Coachella performance on Easter. When Sunday came and went many fans gave up on a second album. However, some dedicated fans on the Kendrick reddit have kept many theories going that there is another album coming this week and Kendrick saying this makes thing interesting. The theories go very deep so be careful going down that rabbit hole...

While we don’t know if Kendrick is just messing with us or indeed has more music coming, he has our attention. See a rip of the video where he mentions new music at the end - skip to 21:05. Enjoy! 

DJ Snake Takes The 'Hot Ones' Challenge, Eats Super Hot Wings While Talking About 'Encore' & More

dj snake hot ones challenge

It's become a right of passage for high-profile celebrities to take part in First We Feast's 'Hot Ones' series on YouTube in which they answer a variety of questions while biting into a dozen chicken wings laced with hot sauce, each wing being hotter and spicier than the last. In the past, artists like Martin Garrix, Danny Brown, Post Malone have gone on the show.

DJ Snake is latest act to take on the 'Hot Ones' challenge and talks to Sean Evans (the host of series) about his humble beginnings, bringing out DMX at Coachella, his collaboration with Justin Bieber, his DJ name and much more. You can watch it all below as Snake downs each wing like a champ up until the last few where things almost get too heated. Enjoy!

DJ Snake Reveals His Human Side While Eating Spicy Wings | Hot Ones

NGHTMRE & Ghastly Release Epic Video for New Track "End Of The Night"

NGHTMRE Ghastly End Of The Night

NGHTMRE and Ghastly have released their music video for their new track “End Of The Night,” which dropped just last week. Appropriate for an electro banger of this caliber, the video takes place at a raging house party. While NGHTMRE and Ghastly make brief appearances, the central character is a teddy bear. The teddy bear, which appears to belong to Ghastly’s sister, makes its way around and finds itself in a number of interesting situations.

The video begins with the teddy bear being thrown at Ghastly and then being tossed about throughout the house. It ends up on the dancefloor on several occasions and flies past NGHTMRE as he throws down on the beerpong table. The teddy bear proceeds to make its rounds around the party and then get lit on fire and thrown into a pool. It continues to suffer all sorts of mayhem before its cotton-spilling body is placed back on Ghastly’s sister’s bed. Enjoy!

NGHTMRE & Ghastly - End Of The Night | Official Video

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