Camila Cabello’s ‘Havana’ was her first song I’ve ever listened to. It’s catchy and has a great production. ‘My Oh My’ is another HIT, matching her talent and previous works. I’m HOOKED ever since I first heard it.
It’s the sixth single from December 2019 released album ‘Romance’, available on Apple Store, iTunes Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Play, Deezer, Pandora, Soundcloud, Tidal, YouTube Music etc.
Over 32 million views since December 6th, released on her official YT- channel:
A version with lyrics was released 8 days ago and has been viewed over 4,5 million times already, also provided by her official YT- channel:
So I wake up and got this news from a friend.
Eminem has just released a new music video, is titled Darkness and arrives with a new studio album (the eleventh) – ‘Music To Be Murdered By’.
No prior announcement was made, just like with the last one – ‘Kamikaze’ – released 2018.
‘Music to be murdered by’ is available now on Amazon Music, Apple Music, Google Play and Spotify and is guested by Skylar Grey, Juice WRLD, Ed Sheeran, Royce Da 5’9″ etc.
Here’s the ‘Darkness’ video:
This is one of my favorite remixes ever. I found it a couple of years ago and CANNOT believe I haven’t shared it with all of you yet.
A quick search on Spotify reveals that the original song is titled ‘Give it to Me’ (Laugh at them) Remix. So this is basically a remix on a remix. Either way, enjoy it!
This one is for all of you hardworking people, out there getting the money no matter the weather.
The weekend is here, why not motivate yourselves with this tune, right?
There’s an official video as well. It’s 10 minutes long. Here it is:
This track is from the artist’s debut album It’s a Tensta Thing – released 2007.
Nut Up was recorded for the never-released album Relapse 2.
The story of how it finally surfaced online is that a group of Em fans bought it on the “black market”.
Anyways here it is and let us enjoy it! It may be taken down any moment, just felt warning you.
Dude called Patrick Cc has seen videos where YouTubers DM’ed celebrities, so he came up with a brilliant idea: to pretend to be an industry pro and DM rappers’ managers to find out what they would charge for a collab.
Video was posted on July 20 and has nearly reached 2 million views.