The first in our 17—yes, 17—track-by-track reviews for Drake's just-leaked "Take Care."
The Young Money signee's new single is overshadowed by appearances from two of the label's Big Three.
Yet Another Lil Wayne Verse, except this one's kind of decent.
Dance breakout act dredges up mouldering old hit, adds new lyrics, calls it "Jello." The results are exactly what you'd expect.
Drake and Wayne kick it old school on a new song that may or may not be on his new album.
Swedish Eurovision entrant recruits American pop-rapper for his international debut. But who he really wanted, it seems, was RedOne.
Drake reappears on yet another collaboration; Mary J. Blige reappears on yet another surprisingly good comeback.
The Drive soundtrack gives this synthpop group a major signal boost. Do they deliver?
No, Drake, you're supposed to BUILD anticipation for your new album.
More like "Shut Up And Let Me Go" than "Hands." Is that a good thing?
Massive K-pop group gets their debut U.S. single and Madison Square Garden performance. Does it work?
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Is anybody else surprised at how well this 4minute song is doing, or is it just us?
Who run the world? Blue. BLUE!
What FOOLS we were thinking it was because of Skrillex all this time...
Ke$ha finally put her money where her mouth is: She drank her own pee.
It feels like the perfect night/To design a t-shirt.
Like your boys, cute, talented and from YouTube? Then we've got good news for you.
The students become the masters!
Paris Hilton is about to reignite her pop career and start DJing again. You've been warned.
Hyori once again proves why she's the Queen of K-pop.
The boy band with the bad engrish and amazing electro-pop is back.
And Usher and Shakira are barely hanging on...
There's just something about Demi.
Or she bumped heads with Katy Perry.
We give the Robots' latest opus a song-by-song breakdown, separating the filler from the future dancefloor classics.
An interstellar transmission appropriately closes out Daft Punk's fourth LP.