On the heels of announcing his “Would You Like a Tour?” with Miguel and Future, Drake has dropped off one of his vintage R&B slow jams, “On My Way.” The track features OVO collaborator James Fauntleroy, and follows “Started From The Bottom,” “5AM in Toronto” and “Girls Love Beyonce” (which also featured Fauntleroy) as a track that we may or may not see on Aubrey’s forthcoming album, Nothing Was The Same.
Drake – On My Way (feat. James Fauntleroy)
Bondax can do no wrong, and their new remix of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” is a prime example. Taking a song that’s a given for every “top songs of the 90s” list and successfully giving it a fresh coat of paint is no easy task, but the tropical touch of this unstoppable Lancaster duo is just enough to revive this classic for unlimited Summer 2013 rotation. Grab a free download below.
Download: Blackstreet – No Diggity (Bondax Edit)
Endorsed by Disclosure on Twitter with the description, “future/Michael Jackson/RnB/soul/step,” here’s “Something About You,” the debut single from Jessie Ware drummer and newly unearthed London talent, Dornik.
Behind “Suit & Tie” and “Mirrors,” Justin Timberlake has announced that “Tunnel Vision” will serve as the third single off his double platinum album, The 20/20 Experience. With that we get the official single artwork for the Timbaland-produced jam, which features an intense Timberlake stare-down transposed over a nude female silhouette. Too much nipple, or in good taste? I’d say the opening line of the song says it all: “I know you like it.”
Can we talk about the name Penthouse Penthouse for a second? I mean, without hearing any music, there’s just something about reading Penthouse Penthouse that gives you that confident first impression that something awesome is about to follow.
Replacing Tiara Thomas from the original song, Rihanna has hopped on the official remix of Wale‘s bedroom-blasted single, “Bad.” Folarin sums it up with the line, ”all the bad girls always end up unapologetic,” while RiRi chimes in from under the sheets with her sultry vocals that make for an incredibly appropriate feature. Both versions of “Bad” will appear on Wale’s upcoming The Gifted album, out June 25.
Wale feat. Rihanna – Bad (Remix)