We know it's in there somewhere, you just gotta get out your scissors and glue to be able to find it.
From newcomers like Lorde to true royals like Lady Gaga, it's been a busy three months of great pop music.
We spent the day reviewing the 13 tracks on Drake's soon-to-be-released third LP. Come read our thoughts on the album's highs and lows.
A lousy Jay Z guest verse ruins an otherwise fine two-part closer.
An absolutely gorgeous climax to "Nothing Was the Same," and one worth sticking around for.
The Miami love continues on this messy "Language" encore.
Drake breaks out his "Versace" flow for one of the less sentimental tracks on NWTS.
After his brief pop flirtation, Drake gets back to swangin' on this free-form "Nothing Was the Same" cut.
Drake's big pop song sounds even bigger and poppier as the album centerpiece here.
A guest vocalist offers a necessary respite at the midway point on Drake's "Nothing Was the Same."
Kudos for the Canadian spelling of "behaviour," anyway.
A too-long interlude that's better as an encore to "Wu Tang Forever" than as its own track.
Not much of a Wu-Tang tribute, but one of NWTS's better reflections just the same.
The album's lead single sounds even better in context here.