In honour of our first #ThrowbackThursday, we'd like to feature "Just A Dream" by American rapper Nelly. Released as the lead single from his sixth studio album 5.0, the song was certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on October 6th, 2010, just two months following its release. Check out the video below, and let us know what your favourite throwback is in the comment section. Enjoy!
We're not the first to post this track, by any means, as its release date was in May of 2014. However, we recently came across it via iTunes and thought it would be worth sharing for those of you who haven't heard it. Check it out below and enjoy!
Young Thug, Freddie Gibbs, and A$AP Ferg dropped an animated visual for "Old English," a Salva and Nick Hook produced track off the forthcoming Mass Appeal Vol. 1 compilation. Check it out below, and enjoy!
We recently took part in a photo meet, on a cold Sunday afternoon, with two of Toronto's finest photographers, @shaqvel and @prspectic. Here are two of the shots that were captured throughout the day as we walked through the city's financial district. Do you ever take the time to walk around in your city to admire its architecture? Let us know in the comment section below.
Although you'll usually find him DJ'ing at select hot spots in both Toronto and New York under the name Kings of the North, my big brother Alex Viau (Frnchm) releases personal mixes from time-to-time. Check out his recent one, "W A N D E R," which stands for never stop exploring in this case. Enjoy!
Noisey asked Wiz Khalifa to respond to some of the comments left on YouTube about his music video for “We Dem Boyz” in their latest The People Vs. series. Check it out below!
Lil Wayne looks like he's kicking off 2015 with a Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape. Having released the official cover today, we can expect some free music from the Young Money captain within the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more information, and we'll be sure to have the download link for you when it becomes available.
Wiz Khalifa released his new, seizure-inducing video for "Raw," a track off his Grammy-nominated album Blacc Hollywood. Check out the Taylor Gang boss in this black and white video directed by Detroit-native Gerard Victor.
Nicole Kidman appeared on “The Tonight Show” on Tuesday, where her and Jimmy Fallon exchanged stories about the first time they met. The two of them have totally different memories about what happened during the meeting, and as Kidman tells her version of the story, it makes Fallon hide under his desk. Fallon swears he had “no clue at all” that he could’ve dated Kidman, but as the Australian actress says, it just wasn’t meant to be. Check it out below!
What happens when you put a boy in front of a girl and ask him to slap her? Here is how children react to the subject of violence against women.
Opening a door is more than a physical act. It's about putting yourself out there, getting to know people, making them feel comfortable, and making them feel welcome. After being bullied, Josh decided to make a change that ultimately had a dramatic impact on his life and on the lives of his fellow students. We hope his story is as inspiring to you as it is to us. Check it out below, and enjoy!
A product of '82, Romanian born Boehm (a.k.a Alex Craciun) has spent more than half of his life doing what he does best: being creative. Check out his recent remix for "Won't Back Down" by English singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich.
ILOVEMAKONNEN recently re-released his self-titled debut EP via Drake's OVO Sound, which just goes to show you the rise he's experienced since "Tuesday" blew up. Check out the additional Mike WiLL Made It and Marz produced track "Swerve" below, which also shows up on Mike WiLL's new Ransom mixtape.
Nicki Minaj teamed up with Young Money's own Drake and Lil Wayne for "Truffle Butter," off her recently released album The Pinkprint. Check it out below, and support the Trinidadian artist by picking it up on iTunes.
A retrospective short film celebrating the one-year anniversary of the self-titled visual album, BEYONCÉ. Check out the "Yours and Mine" video below, as Beyoncé keeps it real about the struggles of being human.