The Get Down Part II is out on NetFlix. It should come as no surprise that such a hip-hop centric show features music by a diverse array of artists including Nas, 6lack, Alessia Cara, Lil Yachty, and The Get Down Brothers (of course). Stream The Get Down Part II soundtrack below.
If you told me Alessia Cara was going to cover Frank Ocean’s “Super Rich Kids” a week ago? I would have given you a confused look. If you chose to divulge to me that she’d also be covering Earl Sweatshirt’s guest verse on that same song, I probably would have laughed. Yet, we’re still here. . . .
Alessia Cara makes a contribution to the soundtrack for Disney’s Moana movie with a new song called “How Far I’ll Go.” See the film, starring Dwayne The Rock Johnson & Auli’i Cravalho, in theatres this Thanksgiving. Listen below and pre-order the soundtrack via iTunes.
While currently on tour, Canadian singer-songwriter Alessia Cara shares a remix to her hit single “Here” featuring Logic. After having a successful run thus far, Logic’s extra presence should surely attract more listeners to further push the song’s success. all passionate n shit | photo creds: @norafahle A photo posted by ALESSIA CARA (@alessiasmusic) on . . .
Visionary Music Group rapper, Logic, drops his 3rd studio album, Everybody. This followup of The Incredible True Story is a 13-track project featuring Killer Mike, Black Thought, Juicy J, Alessia Cara, Khalid, and more. The title track from Logic’s new album is also his highest-charting single with a No. 59 peak on the Billboard Hot 100. Stream below . . .
The decade long wait is over as JoJo releases her long-awaited Mad Love. LP. Leading the charge with singles like “F*ck Apologies” featuring Wiz Khalifa and “FAB.” featuring Remy Ma, she blesses her patient fans with 15 songs to put on repeat. Listen to Mad Love. below and purchase the album at iTunes. 01. JoJo . . .
It was an action packed night at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. Some of the most discussed parts of the night included a full Beyoncé concert, Teyana Taylor‘s legendary performance in Kanye West‘s “Fade” video, the Kanye monologue introducing the video, and multiple Rihanna performances. Get the full scoop below. 2016 MTV Video Music . . .