For French Montana’s big 3-0, one birthday celebration just wasn’t enough. He had to have two. Thanks to his proximity to a one Khloe Kardashian, the Bad Boy Entertainment rapper is becoming one of the most visible personas in the biz. And his follow-up L.A. shindig after being surrounded by Cîroc and celebrities proved just […]
Drake and The Weeknd represent Toronto everywhere they go, so it only made sense for the duo to bring their services back home. Following the European leg of the “Would You Like A Tour?” is over, the duo held a homecoming concert.
The Weeknd‘s vivid pen game made him the perfect candidate to contribute to Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack. Consider “Devil May Cry” to be the newest addition to the singer-songwriter’s growing cannon of emotional tunes.
It’s only Wednesday, and we’ve already seen our fair share of French Montana this week. After releasing a Miley Cyrus-assisted “Ain’t Worried About Nothin’ (Remix)” and making an onstage appearance at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards, he returns with a visual for “Gifted,” featuring The Weeknd.
One week after releasing his major label debut Kiss Land, The Weeknd unveils the visual for track six, “Live For,” featuring Drake. This collaboration cleared the air of the highly exaggerated falling out between the OVO and XO artists.
Last night, The Weeknd invaded Avenue in New York City’s west side to host an intimate listening session with Hennessy for his major label debut, Kiss Land.
Recently, The Weeknd revealed that talk of him and Drake falling out was highly exaggerated. The Toronto singer’s new single, “Live For,” features Drizzy and backs up his claims that OVO and XO are getting along just fine.
The Weeknd has made his ambiguity and seemingly elusive nature work in his favor. Cite his well-received projects House Of Balloons, Thursday, and Echoes Of Silence as proof. However, he decided to break silence with Complex magazine in his first ever interview.