We think Drake and Future’s combo mixtape would’ve been better off without the online hype. It’s no Compton, but it’s a solid effort. Drake’s doing his angry Kanye impression and Future’s still mumbling. Nice beats though.
The prolific rock and folk singer came through with his promises, releasing a full cover of Taylor Swift’s hit album 1989. Adams’ gloom and Springsteenian baggage doesn’t always work – his Bad Blood should just be titled Bad – but it’s a good effort overall.
(PG-13) True to the song’s message – about being a cheapskate – Lil Dicky begged rich folks in Los Angeles to lend them their time, house, yacht, cars and establishments for free to make this low budget music video.