We’re sure Meryl Streep is devastated she’ll no longer get the chance to work with her.
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.
A reflective comedown from the album’s intense intro, but look out for that mid-song switch-up.
We’re reviewing every track on Drake’s much-anticipated third LP. Up first, the album’s three-part intro track.
They’re still hot. They’re still making hits. Vote for your favorite pop stalwart!
3/5 of BIGBANG are back!
T-ara adds a new K-pop album onto their already packed schedule.
The accent is back!
SHE PRESSED UNFOLLOW LIKE A WRECKING BALL.