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.
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.
We’re reviewing every song on Ariana Grande’s debut album!
An infectious urban pop single every bit worthy of Ariana’s obvious influences.
“Right There” follows the “The Way” formula to a T, with diminished (but still unhateable) returns.
A doo-wop throwback gives us a glimpse of what Ariana Grande’s debut LP could have sounded like in its entirety.