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Hip-Hop Wired caught up with Wiz Khalifa last week while on the set of MTV’s Hip-Hop POV. In this exclusive one on one with the rapper, Wiz speaks on the difference between O.N.I.F.C. and Taylor Allderdice. He also goes on to elaborate on the rare collaboration with The Weeknd that he scored on his sophomore […]
With The Weeknd‘s U.S. tour is in full swing, we find the Canadian singer in Boston singing some cuts off his already impressive resume, including his addition to Drake‘s Crew Love, off the 2011 release, Take Care.
Wiz Khalifa is in full promo mode for his upcoming Under The Influence Of Music tour and his new album O.N.I.F.C.. The lead single for the album, “Work Hard, Play Hard” is starting to make its rounds on the airwaves and doesn’t slow down in the energy set off from his critically-acclaimed mix tape, Taylor Allderdice. […]
The Weeknd made his United States debut yesterday in grand fashion as one of the stand out performers for the famed Coachella Music and Arts Festival. He ran through joints from his trilogy of mixtapes and his brand of R&B seemed pretty tailor made for the hippies in attendance. Take an hour out of your day […]
The usually reclusive singer, The Weeknd, is set to embark on a twelve city tour starting shortly after the Coachella festival. Immediately after the show in California, he will head towards the east coast, performing in Brooklyn, DC, Boston, Manhattan, Philadelphia and more. For the full list of tour dates hit the jump.
Drake links up with Max of ChoiceFM to talk about how his song “Crew Love” off Take Care came about. Evidently he heard the song on the set of “Moment 4 Life” and felt that it described where he was in his life at the time. Check it out after the jump.
Early fans of dark-electro-R&B artist The Weeknd might recall it was originally a two-man operation. The duo, then comprised of Jeremy Rose and Abel Tesfaye (now the solo Weeknd), was responsible for the viral success of three songs: “What You Need,” “Loft Music,” and the original version of “The Morning.” By the time The Weeknd’s […]
Tity Boi a.k.a. 2 Chainz goes in over a sample of The Weeknd’s “The Birds.” Not sure exactly where this track is going to land, but it is produced by Kanye West’s DJ Mano, and he mentions that his album will be dropping this Summer. Get a listen after the jump.