Drake raps in Spanish on this new collaboration with Bad Bunny. Oh you thought he was lying when he said he was Champagne Papi?

”MIA” is muhfuckin chune, and if Drizzy wasn’t eating the game all summer, this probably would’ve been dropped a few months earlier. Everything about the song says summertime. Watch the video.

Experiencing the ’90s is something I consider to be one of my greatest blessings. It was a special time for a variety of reasons, but the music was just so good. Even some of the forgotten songs of that time period are absolute gems.

One of such songs is “Romeo and Juliet” by Sylk E. Fyne (with an assist from rapper Chill). Sylk was signed to Eazy-E’s Ruthless Records, and with a debut song that cracked the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, she appeared to have a promising career ahead of her. Unfortunately, for reasons unknown, there were no follow-up singles from her debut album, and when she returned two years later, the industry had moved on.Show business is unforgiving.

If you’re familiar with this jam, walk with me down memory lane. If you’re not, thank me later.

Mariah Carey dropped the “With You” video last night and showed her continued commitment to predictability — it had glamour shot after glamour shot, hair tosses, winks, sultry poses, awkward poses, etc. The only surprising thing about this video is that some of the lip-syncing actually synced with the lyrics of the song, which isn’t standard for Mariah.

The song actually sounds better with the video, but I still think she can do better than this — she will NEED to do better than this if she wants to at least crack the Billboard Hot 100. Watch the video below.

The video for “Taki Taki” is here and it is muy dope. They used the good cameras for this one. Cardi B definitely steals the show, but DJ Snake, Ozuna and Selena Gomez all did their respective things. I wasn’t so sure about this song when it first dropped (mainly because I have a slight aversion to reggaeton), but I definitely like it now. Watch the video below.

The video for “Bubble Gum” just dropped and I have to applaud Quavo for the effort. I love me a big budget video with a semblance of a plot line.

The clip shows Huncho and his lady, played by Draya Michele, in a post-apocalyptic world. Quavo then wears some kind of virtual reality time-traveling headset, which takes him to a futuristic lab full of baddie scientists. Naturally. Check it out below.

The 2018 American Music Awards went down just a few hours ago, and overall, it was a fairly entertaining show. Taylor Swift and Camila Cabello were the big winners of the night, taking home four awards each — including an egregious Artist of the Year win for Taylor. With a total of 22 wins, Taylor now has more AMAs than any other female artist, breaking Whitney Houston’s record of 21 wins.

These days, AMA winners are selected by online voters, so teenyboppers get to be kingmakers for the day. There were lots and lots of questionable wins, but overall, I’ll take this over the Grammys. For the full list of winners, click here.

The show had a couple of solid performances, but one stood head and shoulders above the rest: Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin’s performance of “I Like It.” Check it out below.

Quavo got together with GQ to respond to questions and comments on social media. But here’s the kicker: He responded from a burner account.

In one of his responses, he reveals that Migos and Drake have a collaborative album in the works (!!!). Watch the full video below.

PS: Quavo (and, quite frankly, all three Migos) should be added to the list of inherently funny people.

The next time your significant other catches you creepin’, tell them that it’s not cheating, it’s a whatchamacallit. And when they ask what you mean, refer them to this song.

Ella Mai and Chris Brown have just released a worthy addition to the creep song canon and I am not in the least bit mad. Production-wise, it’s very Chris Brown — think “Loyal.” Check it out below.

At the beginning of this song, it seemed like Swizz Beatz was gonna be rapping throughout, and I got really worried. Luckily, he only did the chorus.

Generally speaking, I’m inclined to melodies, so I typically wouldn’t like songs like this; but for some odd reason, I kinda like this one. It might be because I’m partial to Young Thug. Who knows.

Watch the video below.