A dramatic, emotional sample prompts Lil Wayne to rap about…the same things he always raps about.
Lil Wayne maintains focus for one song on “I Am Not a Human Being II,” even if it’s just to brag about his gun prowess.
The second track on Weezy’s new LP reminds of another song of his we’ve heard a couple times already.
We’re running through every track on Lil Tunechi’s new album, starting with the piano-led title track.
After seven years out of the game, Justin Timberlake finally has a new album out.
The most straightforward performance of the night combined with one of the most eccentric, with thrilling results.
A confusing but enjoyable performance from rock’s esteemed representatives.
JT’s much-ballyhooed return to the Grammys does not disappoint.
Audio issues overwhelm a nice country two-fer between Miranda and Dierks.
Taylor’s chart-topper gets the “Alice in Wonderland” treatment, for reasons unexplained.
The results underwhelm, though Pink sounds pretty good at least.
The Wanted—Max George, at least—show up to add a little decadence to Pitbull’s new id jam.
Kendrick gets an assist from Drake and a well-chosen sample for one of his new album’s more delectable cuts.