Kanye West recently got himself into some hot water with the Anti-Defamation League, but he claims he actually was trying to give a compliment.
It was also revealed that Toronto will host the NBA All-Star Game in 2016, a week-long event that’s known for bringing as much to $100 million in revenue to the host city.
The tracklist for ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ soundtrack has been revealed and it features a few well-known artists alongside some familiar up-and-comers.
The Weeknd is usually more of a lover than a fighter. But in his new video for “Pretty,” off his debut ‘Kiss Land,’ he shows that love can and will drive a person to violence.
The signs were posted conspicuously around the venue, Los Angeles’ lush Greek Theater, nestled in the hills of the city’s Griffith Park: “Please be advised, tonight’s show contains mature content.”
“Live For” is the third single from the Weeknd’s new album, ‘Kiss Land,’ which will be supported by an extensive U.S. tour throughout the fall.
Our favorite release this week has the lyric, “Shorty a** soft like a Nerf ball.” Is it 2 Chainz or Sheryl Crow?
The clip comes just days before the Weeknd releases the act’s first official full-length album ‘Kiss Land,’ on September 10.
Long-time listeners can be first-time callers with the once mysterious R&B crooner.
Fans can hear The Weeknd’s debut album Kiss Land a week early thanks to NPR.
His 29-track mix features Wayne re-imagining Kanye West’s “New Slaves,” Drake’s “Started From The Bottom,” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe.”
The pair have previously collaborated on songs like “The Zone,” from the Weeknd’s second mixtape, ‘Thursday,’ as well as a handful of tracks on Drake’s sophomore album, 2001 release, ‘Take Care,’ including “Crew Love” and “Practice.”
Up-and-coming singer Lorde, the first woman to top the Alternative Charts in 17 years, gets a silky remix from the Canadian R&B lothario The Weeknd.
Maximum amounts of Crew Love.
The brooding and atmospheric “Love in the Sky” is the third track to be previewed from the forthcoming “Kiss Land” full-length, following “Belong to the World” and the album’s title track.